The Woman in the House Parents Guide
The Woman in the House (The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window) is an upcoming American comedy–thriller streaming television miniseries created by Rachel Ramras, Hugh Davidson, Larry Dorf.
The series is distributed by Netflix. However, the production company is Gloria Sanchez Productions.
The Woman in the House Release date
TV-Series The Woman in the House is scheduled to be released on 28 January 2022 on Netflix.
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|Series Name||The Woman in the House|
|Genre||Comedy, Drama, Mystery, Thriller|
|Release date||28 January 2022 (Netflix)|
|Created by||Rachel Ramras, Hugh Davidson, Larry Dorf|
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The Woman in the House Age Rating
TV-Series The Woman in the House is rated TV-MA for strong violence, nudity, sexual references, and language throughout.
TV-MA Rated means Mature Adults Only. Program-rated TV-MA is intended to be viewed by mature, adult audiences and may be unsuitable for children under 17. Contains content that is unsuitable for children. Children Under 17 Require Accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian.
The Woman in the House Parents Guide
- Sexual References are present throughout.
- There is a scene of lovemaking and the scene lasts for a long time and a Brief kissing scene.
- In an attempt to get a male character to accept her follow request on Instagram the main character takes suggestive pictures of herself and posts them.
- There are some scenes in which the female character is seen taking off her clothes and her cleavage showing.
- Strong violence and severe blood content are present throughout the series.
- In a scene in which a character is holding its neck and blood is seen gushing out.
- A man accidentally puts a nail with a nail gun and the scene is bloody but he doesn’t feel anything.
- Anna has a dream where she slashes the throat of a bride and the scene is very bloody, blood sprays on Annas’ face.
- The main character finds a man on the floor, there is a pool of blood in his neck area, he’s been stabbed in the neck his deep wound can be seen as he is dying.
- There is a scene in which a girl kills a woman. The girl also kills her pregnant mother by cutting the leg.
- There is a fight scene between Anna and a girl and the fighting scene includes lots of blood, stabbings, punching, face being smashed into the glass, getting shot by a gun in the arm.
- Language Throughout, words used, “Sh*t”, “Fu*k”, “He*l”.
- Anna loves her red wine, you see her drinking a ton of it through the episode, she fills the entire bottle in a glass to the top, you even see on her kitchen counter a bowl stacked full of corks from the wine bottles she’s drunk.
The Woman in the House Overview
This series centers around heartbroken Anna for whom every day is the same. She sits with her wine, staring out the window, watching life go by without her.
But when a handsome neighbor moves in across the street, Anna a heartbroken, for whom, every day is the same, starts to see a light at the end of the tunnel and that is until she witnesses a gruesome murder.
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The Woman in the House Parents Guide and The Woman in the House Age Rating
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TV-Series The Woman in the House is rated NC16 in Singapore, TV-MA in the United States.
The age rating, fixed by 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).
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