Pretty Hard Cases (TV-Series 2021)

Pretty Hard Cases Parents Guide | 2021 Series Age Rating

Pretty Hard Cases Parents Guide

Pretty Hard Cases is a Canadian police comedy-drama television series created and co-produced by Tassie Cameron, and Sherry White. It premiered on CBC Television.

The series is distributed by CBC Gem, IMDb TV, and NBCUniversal Global Distribution. However, the production companies are Cameron Pictures, CBC Studios, and NBCUniversal International Distribution.

Pretty Hard Cases Parents Guide | 2021 Series Age Rating
Pretty Hard Cases Parents Guide | 2021 Series Age Rating

Details

Series NamePretty Hard Cases
GenreCrime, Drama
Age RatingUnrated
Seasons02
Episodes19
Created byTassie Cameron, Sherry White
Release date10 September 2021 (USA)
Official WebsiteCBC
Pretty Hard Cases Parents Guide

Pretty Hard Cases Parents Guide

Some Violence, punches, gunshots, and thrashing.
The series contains lots of funny and comedy scenes.
Language Throughout, “Fu*k”, “Sh*t”, “Damn”.
No Nudity and No Sexual Content are shown in the series.
Pretty Hard Cases Parents Guide

Season 1:

In season 1, both the detectives are ambitious, skilled, determined, and accomplished in their own way excelling at work while struggling with their personal lives.

But by night, they’re both grappling with loneliness, screwed-up love lives, and a sense that their professional ambitions may not be totally in line with their personal needs. They drive one another crazy, which interferes with their ability to work together.

Season 2:

In season 2, Sam and Kelly are found in a brand new territory, both at work and in their personal lives. As official partners for the first time, they have never been better at blending their different skills to get the job done.

In the spirit of moving forward, they’re also trying to leave their baggage behind. Sam is now an empty nester with a new love life, while Kelly is forging fresh bonds with her estranged sisters.

When they find themselves up against a new-age gang that doesn’t operate by the same old rules, Sam and Kelly are forced to put their lives on the line as they attempt the riskiest takedown of their careers.

Pretty Hard Cases Parents Guide | 2021 Series Age Rating
Pretty Hard Cases Parents Guide | 2021 Series Age Rating

TV-Series Pretty Hard Cases Cast

  • Meredith MacNeill as Sam Wazowski
  • Adrienne C. Moore as Kelly Duff
  • Karen Robinson as Unit Commander
  • Tara Strong as Tiggy Sullivan
  • Dean McDermott as Det. Barry Hamm
  • Al Mukadam as Det. Taai Nazeer
  • Percy Hynes White as Elliot Wazowski
  • Katie Douglas as Jackie Sullivan
  • Ronnie Rowe as Rick Gray
  • Kim Coates as Bill Misiano
  • Tricia Black as Detective Tara Swallows
  • Miguel Rivas as Detective Dustin Chase

Pretty Hard Cases Official Trailer

Pretty Hard Cases Parents Guide

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Know about Pretty Hard Cases Parents Guide. Why did Series Pretty Hard Cases receive this age rating? Read the complete information here about Pretty Hard Cases’ age rating in the UK, US, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, and overseas.

In fact, the age rating is fixed by the MPAA( Motion Picture Association of America TV Series rating system),  BBFC (British Board of Film Classification), and Commons sense, TV Parental Guidelines (A television content rating system in the United States).

What is the age rating of Pretty Hard Cases?

Pretty Hard Cases is unrated.

Who is the director of Pretty Hard Cases?

Tassie Cameron and Sherry White is the director of Pretty Hard Cases.

Who is playing the role of Sam Wazowski?

Meredith MacNeill is playing the role of Sam Wazowski.

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