The Family (I) (2016)
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Sex & Nudity
- Episode 1: A man is seen shirtless in a bed with two females in an apartment, but both are clothed and the scene just used to introduce a character into the series.
- Two people prepare to have sex. Both are fully clothed and the scene cuts out before anything else happens. The scene is shown in the form of black-and-white pictures throughout other episodes in the series.
- Episode 3: A woman drops a robe and looks at herself in a mirror (only bare shoulders are seen). She then turns around to see another character looking at her when she then quickly rushes to close the door (bare back is seen).
- Episode 4: A woman is seen to be sexually enjoying herself (no male) while simultaneously having flashbacks to an assumed sexual experience. Nothing more explicit other than moaning and shown cleavage.
- Episode 5: Two women kiss in a bar.
- Episode 6: Two women have sex. The scene lasts for roughly 30 seconds. No nudity is shown, but one of the women's facial expression is is zoomed into throughout the scene.
- Some talks about prostitutes.
Violence & Gore
- Mostly blood in a few scenes, but no gore.
- People do get shot and even killed. Can be frightening for younger ages
- There is some language, but nothing more than what you should expect from a TV-PG/TV-14 series.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- There is no drug use throughout the show, but people are often seen drinking alcohol.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Frequent talk about sexual content and sex offenders (usually about children). One of the characters in the show is a former child molester and registered sex offender. The story about the main character is all about how he was supposedly raped for 10 years. No scenes in particular are frightening, though.