Altered Carbon

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fancyshmancypants
No domestic cats. Only a tiger, which is informally known as being part of the big cat" animal family. Season 01 Episode 03. 25 minutes in, and again 34 minutes in. During the dinner scene (25 minutes in), you see an already deceased tiger spread out on its stomach, displayed on a table. It is being served as food at an upper class dinner party. It is not overly gorey, but it does briefly show someone slicing a piece of meat from the tiger's back. Otherwise, the tiger's face and limbs are in tact and unmutilated. The tiger is very briefly seen again about 34 minutes into the episode.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Megan Jessie Andrus
There's some non-permanent tooth stuff during torture sequences, the nature of the series makes most of the damage/torture relatively impermanent in general
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Are there bugs?
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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marmar
One of the characters takes actions that could be read as incestuous, but nothing comes of them.
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Does a kid die?
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Megan Jessie Andrus
The ending is ambiguously hopeful as of the season 1 finale (all that's out right now). So not unhappy but not exploding with cheer either
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Megan Jessie Andrus
There is seizure activity when a character is grievously injured and has sepsis (a blood infection)
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Megan Jessie Andrus
During a torture sequence in virtual reality, it is very brief.
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Megan Jessie Andrus
Plenty of explosions...Don't believe there were any nuclear ones though.
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Soph
There is not a mention of addiction but it can be concluded that one of the main characters has a problem with abusing drugs.
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marmar
One of the main ideas in the story is that people's minds/souls are stored on chips and can be placed into different bodies. Some characters, most prominently one very minor background character and one more central character are placed into bodies that they don't feel comfortable in.
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Soph
A lot of guns are used.
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marmar
There are many scenes involving sex workers. There are a few moments of full frontal nudity (male and female). There are also two sex scenes; the first is inter-cut with another scene, but the second isn't and can easily be skipped.
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