Tales of the City (2019)

Tales of the City Parents Guide | Netflix Series Age Rating 2019
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Tales of the City

Series Tales of the City Rated TV-MA

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What is Tales of the City Age Rating | Tales of the City Parents Guide

Tales of the City, an American drama streaming television miniseries, was Developed by Lauren Morelli. Based on Tales of the City by Armistead Maupin.

Produced by Gail Barringer. Production company: Sweatpants Productions, Working Title Television, Universal Television, NBCUniversal International

However, the series Tales of the City is distributed by Netflix.

Read about Tales of the City Parents Guide. However, Tales of the City age rating is TV-MA for strong sex references, nudity, drug misuse.

TV-MA RATED MEANING:

TV-MA– This program is intended to be viewed by mature, adult audiences and may be unsuitable for children under 17.

Tales of the City Parents Guide

Why is <strong>Tales of the City</strong><strong> </strong>series 2019 Rated<strong> <b>TV-MA</b></strong>

Sexual reference is present in this series and Brief Nudity is shown.
No Violence and blood content is present in this series.
Strong language uses through series.
Severe curse words like hell, bastard, and shit, and others.
A graphic scene of anal intercourse between two male characters.
Frequent profanity in every episode
Tales of the City Release date

The series Tales of the City was released on 7 June 2019 on Netflix.

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Why is <strong>Tales of the City </strong>series 2019 Rated <b>TV-MA</b>

Tales of the City Parents Guide | Netflix Series Age Rating 2019
Tales of the City Parents Guide | Netflix Series Age Rating 2019
Series Name Tales of the City
Genre Drama
Age Rating  TV-MA
Season  1
Episode 10
Running time  46–60 minutes
Developed by Lauren Morelli
Distributor  Netflix
Official website NetflixOfficial

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