The Seven Deadly Sins

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The Seven Deadly Sins


The Seven Deadly Sins Rated TV-14

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The Seven Deadly Sins Age Rating

Japanese Anime Netflix TV Series The Seven Deadly Sins, directed by Tensai Okamura. The Japanese TV Series is based on the Japanese manga series of the same name.

In fact, the Netflix TV Series, The Seven Deadly Sins is an Animation, Action, Adventure genereTV Series.

Moreover, the TV Series is Distributed by Netflix.

The Seven Deadly Sins Age Rating is TV-14.

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

The Seven Deadly Sins Parents Guide

Why The Seven Deadly Sins series Rated TV-14?

No sexual content is there in the series.
There is mild nudity, girls are wearing exposing clothes and their cleavage is visible, sometimes girls butt are visible, large breast girl.
There is a girl who is fully nude but her parts are covered up by a tattoo.
A male character is pressing a girl’s breast just to check if she is a female and another time he was passing her butt just want to confirm that she is a female.
Uses of profanity are there in the series.
A lot of uses of alcohol throughout the series.
You can also see violence in the series, People get stabbed.
Massive blood content.
Fighting in the series and destruction.

The Seven Deadly Sins Season 5 Part 2 may be available on Netflix by the end of 2021

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The Seven Deadly Sins series

The Seven Deadly Sins Age Rating | Seven Deadly Sins Parents Guide
The Seven Deadly Sins Age Rating
Series Name The Seven Deadly Sins
Genre Animation, Action, Adveture
Age Rating  TV- 14
Directed by   Tensai Okamura
Created by A-1 Pictures
Episodes 100
Season 5
Distributed by  Netflix
Official website netflix.com
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