The Serpent

TV Show • 2021  Report
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A monkey dies
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flickus
So far it is OK although a joke was made about throwing it in the canal
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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A monkey drinks a liquid that was spiked with drugs and dies as a result
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Lemony
There's a monkey on a leash used as a pet at the start of the series, which later gains access to drugs as a result of neglect.
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Does a cat die?
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Are there bugs?
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Md_3
Scene where a woman dances with a snake around her neck
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Md_3
Use of marijuana and some form of drug which is used to spike people’s drinks
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Lemony
Yes. The direct use of gasoline is seen, and imagery of burned bodies are shown through newspapers and photographs.
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Md_3
Reference to someone being hit over head with a heavy object
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Md_3
Seizure-like activity but no actual seizure is shown
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Lemony
Yes, two of the victims are parents.
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Lemony
Yes, multiple people.
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Lemony
No underage children die. But, the young adult victims (who are clearly shown to have parents) do, which could be upsetting for parents of grown children.
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1
Md_3
Very very brief scene in episode 1 but nothing happens or is shown
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Lemony
The victims are watched before being 'selected', and Alain later traces down and monitors (stalks) his ex-wife.
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Md_3
Quite a lot of vomiting due to people being spiked
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Lemony
No. However, Alain fakes ailment to have surgery, which could be perceived as a hospital scene.
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Lemony
Yes, at the end of the series someone is diagnosed with terminal cancer.
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Lemony
Psychological brainwashing and pathological lying is inflicted by the main character (Alain) onto others throughout the entire series.
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Md_3
Brief sex scene in episode 2 but nothing too much is shown
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Lemony
Racist remarks about Asian brown/black people, said mostly by Alain and once by Monique. There's also implied racism from a white man towards Alain near the end of the series.
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Lemony
No. However, Alain's obsession of getting his underage child back as his property can be distressing for victim-survivors of parental torment.
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Md_3
Several scenes where characters are struggling to breathe, hyperventilating, breathing heavily etc.
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Md_3
A woman is drugged and her body ditched in the ocean where she subsequently drowns and her body is eventually found
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Lemony
Yes, there's a graphic scene in which a couple (man and woman) are murdered.
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