TV review by Matt Cabral, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 13+

Gripping series balances space thrills with family drama.

Netflix Drama 2020

Parents say

age 14+

Based on 6 reviews

Kids say

age 13+

Based on 5 reviews

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age 12+

Aside from a few scenes, it could be totally family friendly

Spoilers ahead. There’s a few times where an erection is mentioned, the beginning where there’s a little nudity but once you get past the first episode that’s pretty much gone. There’s a lot of intense and dramatic scenes regarding the spaceship and will they make it or not so if your kid doesn’t like those scenes then it would be a hard show to watch. The girl disobeys her mother/father and sneaks out with her boyfriend and does other things she shouldn’t do. Overall it’s a good show to demonstrate the power of family and it portrays disability in a decent light, as one character ends up in a wheelchair quickly. My 13 year old sister lost interest in the show after 3ish episodes. I don’t remember if there was cursing or not but I think there’s a couple s—t in there just because of spaceship malfunctions and such.

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age 15+

Pretty bland

Good show, there is a sex scene during the first episode and some same sex romance. Other than that it's okay.

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