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Teenage Euthanasia

By Ty'Kira Smalls, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Violent, sexual animated comedy explores parenting, teendom.

TV Max Comedy 2022
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The story premise is unique, and it has that Adult Swim signature of moving at such a rapid pace it's hard to focus on one thing for too long. Teenage Euthanasia interpolates bizarre scenarios and sexual humor against barely-there discussions of parenting, family, and youth. Though Trophy's motherhood and Annie's growth are the focus, there's also a mirror story between Baba's motherhood and Uncle Pete. With all that said, these stories easily get dampened underneath all the noise and speed of the show. It's not for younger viewers, since it's packed with sexual jokes and content, as well as nudity. But older viewers may find this a fun watch, with the fast-paced chaos, jokes, and occasional commentary on society.

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