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By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Edgy, earnest romcom has sex, swearing, and heart.

TV Netflix Comedy 2022
Uncoupled TV show: poster.

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age 18+

Based on 1 parent review

age 18+

Occasional very adult concepts

In general it’s a positive view of homosexuality in todays world. However there are 1-2 scenes that are very graphic and are about very mature concepts, I was quite horrified that netflix rates this a 13 (minus these scenes were a different story perhaps).

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Too much sex

Is It Any Good?

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The decidedly adult dramatic comedy offers viewers a humorous but earnest look at how one man is learns to live his life as a newly single 40-something. It has a bit of a Sex and the City vibe (Darren Star created both shows), but it shows the journey from a gay man's point of view, and does so with nonchalant honesty. Meanwhile, the expected narratives about coming to terms with the loss of a relationship, and reentering a dating scene that seems to favor younger men and cell phone apps, are offered without being overly sentimental or too silly. It also delivers likable characters and edgy moments. If you're a romantic comedy fan, you'll find Uncoupled to be entertaining and binge-worthy.

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