The Oath

TV review by Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 16+

Police gang crime drama has drugs, cursing, violence.

Crackle Drama 2018

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age 18+

There is sex and nudity

I usually do not watch things that have sex and nudity. So, I searched why this was rated MA before watching. Common Sense Media review states no nudity or sex, but I got to episode 3 season 1, and a prostitute fully naked is having sex on top of a man. Full nudity is shown. I was disappointed and will not continue watching the show even though it is interesting. I don't want my 16 year old watching graffic sex and nudity.

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Too much sex
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