Atlanta (2016– )
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Sex & Nudity
- Season 2, Episode 9, features frontal and rear male nudity. The frontal nudity was censored on the televised versions, but uncensored on streaming.
- Season 2 Episode 4 "Helen" has an opening scene with a sex act with man's head between a woman's legs. It lasts about 30 seconds. Not graphic but very obvious.
- No sex or nudity until seasons 2, but there are a few sexual references in season 1
- Sexual References throughout the show
Violence & Gore
- A dead deer is seen in a forest environment with guts hanging out. Graphic, but camera doesn't linger on it for long.
- Some infrequent gun violence and brawling with some bloody results occasionally.
- A man is shot with a rifle from a distance, some blood spray
- A man is shot by police officers, blood flys out
- A man is struck by a night stick and pinned down by multiple officers and heard screaming in pain.
- "Faggot" is used twice in season one.
- Season 2 has more frequent use of strong profanity.
- Constant uses of the N Word
- Semi-frequent uses of "fuck", more than most basic cable shows tv shows, although it changes according to the episode
- Frequent use of "shit"
- Some other profanities scattered throughout episode; "hell", "damn", "pussy", etc...
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- People smoke weed throughout each episode
- Two of the main characters are drug dealers, though their dealing is mostly only referred to with the exception of an episode involving an exchange of "goods".
- Constant drinking in most episodes
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- A scene involving a mentally disturbed man who is beaten and pinned by multiple officers, and the man can be heard screaming in pain. This may be disturbing to some.
- Most of the show is pretty tame with moderate use of swearing and drugs. Teenagers will be fine watching it.
Violence & Gore
- A murder-suicide between two characters in one episode. Some blood and gore is present.
- In Season 2's premiere, a brief scene of events are presented to the audience; a man shoots a teenager in a car (shot from a distance, no blood), a man brawls with a doctor, beats a flamingo to death (no blood), and eats another man's face off (covered by camera angle, no gore, some blood). All comedic.