A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Positive messages about altruism, activism, and personal growth.
Positive Role Models
Characters display bravery, compassion, and self-reflection.
Features a deep and diverse cast. Main character Rudolph is multiracial.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some mild jokes about relationships and sex.
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Profanity is used throughout: the "f" word, "s--t," "ass," etc.
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Products & Purchases
Mild product placement (Apple products) is occasionally featured.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Alcohol and drug use are both featured (though, notably, the series does not refer to specific drugs by name). No smoking is shown.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Loot is a workplace comedy starring Maya Rudolph as a nouveau riche billionaire whose divorce inspires her to take up non-profit work. Most of the comedy comes from how Rudolph's character's wealthy lifestyle makes her oblivious to the needs of working-class people. There are some mild jokes about relationships and sex. Profanity is used throughout: the "f" word, "s--t," "ass," etc. Drinking and drug use are both visible.
Is It Any Good?
This series is a mess of contradictions: It's a class comedy that refuses to acknowledge the harmful side of massive wealth. The set-up promises an intriguing conflict between a woman whose whole life is insulated by money and her newfound desire to use her position to benefit others, but doesn't follow through. It boasts a deep, diverse all-star cast but then never acknowledges race or diversity (beyond repeating that Molly Novak is "the third richest woman in America"). And most frustratingly, it tries to be a Ted Lasso-esque, feel-good comedy where everyone's heart is in the right place, never realizing that's in direct conflict with the show's actual premise.
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