Parents need to know that Amazing Stories is a remake of the 1980s sci-fi/fantasy series of the same name, and like the original, each episode has a different setting, plot, and characters, which can make predicting the amount of iffy content, well, iffy. However, it's safe to assume that many stories will have elements that can scare younger or sensitive viewers, including monsters, time travel, supernatural events, and the like. As is typical in anthology shows, twists are frequent, and characters generally get what's coming to them: good characters are rewarded with happy endings, bad ones are punished. Cursing is infrequent, but "damn" and "hell" are heard, and in one episode, a woman is called a "common whore" when she's found spending time with a man who's not her fiance. The amount of sex, violence, drinking, and drugs varies, but in at least one a man goes on a first date with a woman and then is seen being dropped off at work by her in the morning, implying they spent the night together having sex. Romantic complications, kissing, and dating are also present. In some episodes, scenes take place at bars with adults drinking beer and cocktails, but no one acts drunk. Twists are easy to predict, which younger viewers may find reassuring.