Locke & Key (2020-TV-Series)

Locke & Key Parents Guide | Netflix Series Age Rating

Locke & Key

Series Locke & Key Rated TV-14

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Locke & Key Parents Guide | Locke & Key Age Rating

Read about the Locke & Key Parents Guide, A 2020 American supernatural horror drama streaming television series, Developed by Carlton Cuse, Meredith Averill, Aron Eli Coleite. Based on Locke & Key by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez.

produced by Ra’uf Glasgow, Kevin Lafferty, Nishpeksh Mehra. Production companies are Genre Arts, Hard A Productions, Circle of Confusion, IDW Entertainment.

Moreover, the series was distributed by Netflix.

 However, Locke & Key age rating is TV-14 for moderate threat, violence, language.

TV-14This program may be unsuitable for children under 14 years of age.
Programs rated TV-14 contain material that parents or adult guardians may find unsuitable for children under the age of 14.

 Locke & Key Parents Guide

Why is Locke & Key series Rated<b> TV-14</b>

Some kissing and make-outs throughout. No nudity is shown in this series.
A man is stabbed in the stomach with a dagger.
The father gets shot and killed. Mild blood content showed.
Mysteries keys and rooms. explore by a kid.
Many people seeing drinking alcohol.
Severe curse words like fuck, bullshit, and others.
A man kills himself at the alpha of the alternation with a key that sets things on fire.

 Locke & Key Release date

The series,  Locke & Key (season 1) release on 7 February 2020, on Netflix.

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Why is Locke & Key series Rated <b>TV-14</b>

Locke & Key Parents Guide | Netflix Series Age Rating
Locke & Key Parents Guide 2020 | Netflix Series Age Rating
Series Name Locke & Key
Age Rating  TV-14
Season  1
Episode 10
Runtime 40–56 minutes
Creator Meredith Averill, Aron Eli Coleite, Carlton Cuse
Distributor  Netflix
Official website NetflixOfficial

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