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(2021– )

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Sex & Nudity

  • Season 1 episode 6, Kiss between Loki and Sylvie at the end of episode. Other than that no sex or nudity in the series so far.
  • In episode 1, a machine gets rid of a man's clothes. The viewer can only briefly see the back of their feet and above their collarbone before he is seen fully clothed again.

Violence & Gore

  • Episode 4: Spears go through multiple characters with injury detail heavily visible (spear going through character's bodys).
  • Episode 5: A character has his hand bitten off. The bloody stump is briefly visible for a few seconds.
  • In Episode 1 the bodies of minute men are shown dead in pools of blood. At the end of the episode some minute men are burned alive. However, none of these scenes are graphic.
  • In episode 3 there are some fight scenes however, they aren't very violent. At the end of episode 4 there is a fight sequence with some people getting stabbed. Loki is also slashed with a spear and there is a bloody wound briefly shown on his arm.
  • While actions sequences are less frequent than in other films and shows of the MCU franchise, the show is one of the more violent entries with various deaths, instances of blood, and at least one instance of gore.
  • A woman punches a man in the face and knees him in the groin multiple times. Played for laughs but can be painful to watch.


  • Throughout the series, there are infrequent uses of "shit", "piss" , "hell", "ass", and "damn"
  • S word is said once in the second episode
  • Episode 3: Infrequent uses of "shit", "piss", "damn", "ass" & "bloody"
  • Less profane than Winter Soldier but more profane than WandaVision.
  • Throughout the series occasional s**t's like one per episode, then more frequent but still infrequent uses of piss, damn, hell, a**,
  • Mild profanity.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Loki drinks wine on the train in episode 3.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • There are a bit intense fighting scene but I would say 10+ can watch it
  • The show's tone has shifts and sometimes may scare younger viewers with a creepy surreal in the end of the episodes especially in episode 2
  • Overall slightly less then other MCU projects mainly because it is unraveling instead of showing right away
  • The timekeepers in episode 4 are horrifying. May scare multiple viewers.


The Parents Guide items below may give away important plot points.


  • Episode 4: Mobius calls Loki an a**hole.
  • Two main characters kiss briefly for a few seconds in episode 6

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • In episode 3 Loki seems to be drunk

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Episode 4: A young girl is taken away by a group of people who is then taken up to the Varient Area. She tries to escape but then bites the others then officially escapes.
  • Episode 6: There is a jump scare at the beginning of the episode that may be frightening to some viewers.

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