History WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids / LiveActionTV

24th Jan '16 9:16:42 AM mimitchi33
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* ''Series/TwentyFour'' suffers the same "detectives and spies are okay for kids" stigma that series like James Bond and Austin Powers commonly get treated with (see [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids.{{Film}} this page for more on that]]) Its popularity with kids was made famous upon the publication of [[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1318646/First-man-moon-Buzz-Lightyear-say-1-5-schoolchildren.html a study showing that British school children knew more about pop culture than events in history]].
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* ''Series/TwentyFour'' suffers the same "detectives and spies are okay for kids" stigma that series like James Bond and Austin Powers commonly get treated with (see [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids.{{Film}} this page for more on that]]) Its popularity with kids was made famous upon the publication of [[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1318646/First-man-moon-Buzz-Lightyear-say-1-5-schoolchildren.html a study showing that British school children knew more about pop culture than events in history]].history]]. * Don't let the fact that ''Series/{{Pets}}'' involves cute animal puppets fool you. The show has animals who engage in activities such as looking at pornography, masturbating, getting addicted to medications, collecting bloodstained bags, and drinking urine.
15th Jan '16 12:05:15 PM Anddrix
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* ''Series/WonderShowzen''. It was originally to be titled ''Kids' Show'', [[ExecutiveMeddling but they were forced to change it]] [[ViewersAreMorons because the network feared people would take it literally.]]. The theme song starts:
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* ''Series/WonderShowzen''. It was originally to be titled ''Kids' Show'', [[ExecutiveMeddling but they were forced to change it]] [[ViewersAreMorons because the network feared people would take it literally.]]. The theme song starts:
9th Jan '16 1:39:14 PM MagnusForce
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* Tsuburaya Productions shows:
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* Tsuburaya Productions Creator/TsuburayaProductions shows:

** ''Series/UltramanAce'' features plenty of kid-unfriendly kaiju violence.
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** ''Series/UltramanAce'' features plenty of kid-unfriendly kaiju violence. Take for example, Barabas in Episode 14, who was stabbed in the torso with its own sword, punched in the back so hard that its eyes dislodged from its skull, had its left hand torn off, and finally decapitated! What about Muruchi, who was dismembered on-screen by a very angry Doragory in Episode 8 ''[[DisproportionateRetribution for accidentally bumping into him!]]''.
18th Dec '15 12:03:03 AM cottontail20
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* That the recently released animated film /is/ child-friendly will probably not help with this.
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* That ** The fact that the recently released animated film /is/ child-friendly child-friendly, starring an adorable runt-of-the-litter, will probably not help with this.
17th Dec '15 11:59:03 PM cottontail20
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That the recently released animated film /is/ child-friendly will probably not help with this.
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That *That the recently released animated film /is/ child-friendly will probably not help with this.
17th Dec '15 11:57:57 PM cottontail20
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That the recently released animated film /is/ child-friendly will probably not help with this.
4th Dec '15 10:18:44 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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* ''Series/GrangeHill'' went out in a regular afternoon slot just after the kids came home from school to get their regular fix of [[VerySpecialEpisode drug abuse]], TeenPregnancy, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking throwing benches into the pool]].
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* ''Series/GrangeHill'' went out in a regular afternoon slot just after the kids came home from school to get their regular fix of [[VerySpecialEpisode drug abuse]], TeenPregnancy, {{teen pregnancy}}, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking throwing benches into the pool]].
1st Dec '15 7:54:38 AM babyhenchy1
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* This is one of the major reasons why ''Series/JessicaJones2015'' was in DevelopmentHell for so long. Melissa Rosenberg wanted the series to be appropriately DarkerAndEdgier to reflect its [[Comicbook/{{Alias}} source material]], but none of the networks were interested in a superhero show that dealt with the gritty subject matter she was pitching. It eventually got picked up by {{Netflix}}, which is known for its more mature content. Like ''Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}'', it earned a TV-MA rating. It's primary themes include such cheery subjects as [[TheAlcoholic alcoholism]], PTSD and [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil rape]], each of which are delved in to a disturbing degree.
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* This is one of the major reasons why ''Series/JessicaJones2015'' was in DevelopmentHell for so long. Melissa Rosenberg wanted the series to be appropriately DarkerAndEdgier to reflect its [[Comicbook/{{Alias}} source material]], but none of the networks were interested in a superhero show that dealt with the gritty subject matter she was pitching. It eventually got picked up by {{Netflix}}, which is known for its more mature content. It's primary themes include such cheery subjects as [[TheAlcoholic alcoholism]], PTSD and [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil rape]], each of which are thoroughly explored and discussed to a disturbing degree. Like ''Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}'', it earned a TV-MA rating. It's primary themes include such cheery subjects as [[TheAlcoholic alcoholism]], PTSD and [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil rape]], each of which are delved in to a disturbing degree.
1st Dec '15 7:53:23 AM babyhenchy1
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* This is one of the major reasons why ''Series/JessicaJones2015'' was in DevelopmentHell for so long. Melissa Rosenberg wanted the series to be appropriately DarkerAndEdgier to reflect its [[Comicbook/{{Alias}} source material]], but none of the networks were interested in a superhero show that dealt with the gritty subject matter she was pitching. It eventually got picked up by {{Netflix}}, which is known for its more mature content. Like ''Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}'', it earned a TV-MA rating.
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* This is one of the major reasons why ''Series/JessicaJones2015'' was in DevelopmentHell for so long. Melissa Rosenberg wanted the series to be appropriately DarkerAndEdgier to reflect its [[Comicbook/{{Alias}} source material]], but none of the networks were interested in a superhero show that dealt with the gritty subject matter she was pitching. It eventually got picked up by {{Netflix}}, which is known for its more mature content. Like ''Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}'', it earned a TV-MA rating. It's primary themes include such cheery subjects as [[TheAlcoholic alcoholism]], PTSD and [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil rape]], each of which are delved in to a disturbing degree.
28th Nov '15 5:03:23 PM HowlingSnail
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** It's a given that regular Franchise/SuperSentai can have stuff that some may consider pushes the envelope especially those outside Japan. As far as violence goes this is no more violent then the regular series. Aside from episode 3 which was definitely not for kids the series didn't push it that much further than SuperSentai with the occasional cleavage shot or even face in cleavage shot, some brief nudity, and other sexual overtone being the biggest thing that made this a series not for kids.
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** It's a given that Violence-wise it's pretty much the same as regular Franchise/SuperSentai can have stuff that some may consider pushes the envelope especially those outside Japan. As far as violence goes this is no more violent then the regular series. Aside from episode 3 Sentai, but things which was definitely not for kids wouldn't be kid-friendly include: The team getting drunk to power up, Red openly admitting to having a robot fetish, a monster which strips perverts naked, and the series didn't push it that much further than SuperSentai with main villain of Season 2 suddenly crying out in orgasm from the occasional cleavage shot or even face sex he's having in cleavage shot, some brief nudity, and other sexual overtone being the biggest thing that made this a series not for kids.Delusion World.
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