Parents' Guide to

The Longest Night

By Monique Jones, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Gripping but violent thriller is destined for binge viewing.

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This is a show viewers will get quickly get absorbed in. The action is well-paced and, as expected, there are scenes that jolt the viewer while making them even more curious about what the central mystery is to Simón (Callejo) and the group who will kill to have him.

Just as compelling is the personal drama involving Hugo (Ammann) and his family. While his children are trapped with him at the facility, his oldest daughter is held captive by the same people who want Simón. With everything on the line, viewers will quickly want to get from one episode to the next to see if everyone will make it out alive.

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