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Parents' Guide to

Bloods

By Ty'Kira Smalls, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Chaotic comedy follows quirky paramedics with adult humor.

TV Hulu Comedy 2021
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This slapstick comedy combines the aura of a (para)medical drama with the fast-paced action of a crime procedural. Basically, Bloods is the British offspring of Childrens Hospital and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. It's fast-paced (sometimes a little too fast, where the jokes don't have time to land), with some off-beat but quirky characters, such as the eerily precious codependent Darryl and Darrell (Kevin Garry and Sam Campbell), and ambitious Kareshma (Aasiya Shah) who is determined to overthrow Jo's (Lucy Punch) captain position.

The concept of a comedy following paramedics is refreshing. With Maleek's stubborn independence paired with his vulnerability, and Wendy's naivete contradicting her craftiness; they're a fun pair to watch navigate teamwork.

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