Parents' Guide to

Rogue Heroes

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Wild and violent British WW2 tale has sex, violence.

TV Drama 2022
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This well-written and well-paced series tells a story that stays true to historical facts with a contemporary edge. Most of the story world focuses on the way SAS founder Captain Stirling and his group go about formulating and executing clandestine missions intended to help win the war. But thanks to the robust characters, most of whom are based on real people, some interesting secondary stories are also told.

Granted, many of the military operations seem a bit improbable, but they help highlight the immense risks these early SAS members were willing to take, the motivation being as much war-induced madness as it was patriotism. Nonetheless, Rogue Heroes stays away from exploring the evils of war, and instead offers an entertaining interpretation of the beginnings of one of the British Army's most important special forces units.

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