Midnight Mass

TV Show • 2021  Report
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00093
Dozens of dead cats. Multiple close ups.
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IzzyElwyn
Yes, and it's incredibly upsetting. At 34:09 in Episode 2 skip ahead to 36:48 if you're even a little upset by animal deaths.
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cielgee
The dog is extremely well cared for and loved by his owner, but is poisoned/killed by someone else in the town.
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k2so
buzzing flies in the last episode, heard but not shown
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
Yes
189
No
3
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cielgee
Dozens of feral cats are killed, and one very upsetting dog death.
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Sam_B
Multiple dead cats in the first and second episode.
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Yes
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No
86
Yes
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74
Yes
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73
Yes
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3
Tjmh
A male figure stalks multiple characters throughout the series, with ominous intent.
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10
wolves
There are mentions of child abuse concerning one of the main characters, but nothing on-screen
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8
Episode 4: (unintentional) Gaslighting of a woman who lost a pregnancy
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cielgee
References to childhood abuse and domestic violence from a romantic partner but nothing shown on screen.
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17
alcoholism is a major plot line of the series
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14
cielgee
Brief drug use in the first episode when some teenagers smoke a bit of weed.
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13
in the first 5 minutes of episode one a girl is killed in a drunk driving incident, drunk driver slurs speech
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Yes
2
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0
Yes
2
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3
5
cielgee
One woman stabs herself in the neck to distract the villains in order to allow others to escape.
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Yes
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10
Episode 4: Not quite cannibalism, but a man eats blood from another mans skull in a very graphic scene.
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7
Episode 5: As someone is touched by the sunrise their entire body is ignited, you see their body in flames and their face tear apart as another woman screams and sobs. Episode 7: At the end of the episode a large number of people are burned alive at sunrise.
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Yes
0
No
53
8
Head trauma during car accident
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2
smithm1612
No, but towards the end of the show a woman briefly attempts to bury her head/self in the sand
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5
izkm
not that i remember but near the beginning of episode 4 a character is shown with a burn mark on the side of his hand near his pinky
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Yes
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50
5
TheCoffeeRain
Episode one, a woman in a car crash is seen multiple times, she has shards of glass in her face and eye. It is shadowy, but flashing lights expose the glass.
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2
LukeDrummond
During episodes 4 and 6, several characters breathe in deeply after seizures and vomiting during which they seem like they may also be struggling to breathe.
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7
A seizure with blood frothing from the mouth in episode 3
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4
Episode 6: An undisclosed amount of people are locked within a church as they are attacked by others and torn open so people can drink their blood. Episode 7: Episode opens with people being hunted down and attacked so people can rip them open and drink their blood.
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3
Episode 4: A mans skull gets smashed against a table
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4
sammt
Someone falls back and smacks their head on the corner of a table
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7
Episode 3: Someone is killed by a monster who I believe is a teenager. Episode 7: Many people are massacred, including children.
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Yes
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No
3
Yes
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2
JeniferRosenberg
Episode 6 - someone is taken against their will by a monster.
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8
cielgee
We never see it happen, an affair from 40+ years ago is revealed.
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Yes
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cielgee
Almost everyone dies, parents and children kill each other.
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2
smithm1612
Kind of. People are driven to do things they normally wouldn’t. [SPOILERS] Almost everyone gets overtaken by vampirism, causing them to violently kill and drink the blood of loved ones, including a kid who remarks he “thinks he killed his mom,” implying loss of control of actions due to the vampirism.
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ErinAmos
There aren’t technically ghosts, but the protagonist is haunted by the image of girl he killed by drunk driving. Which may explain the almost tie of yeses and nos.
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Yes
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No
55
Yes
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59
4
greencow
Frequent jumpscares, often recurring ones of [SPOILER] Riley seeing the girl he killed in the accident
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izkm
in the last episode a character spits out blood and many people are seen frothing mouths after ingesting poison
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20
Donni
In episode 6, lots of emet when everyone is gathered in church around minute 49, minor instance, between 55-57 minutes in the episode lots of visual and sound.
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7
LukeDrummond
Also in the 3rd episode during Father Paul's confession. However, this scene is integral to the plot.
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5
TheDreammweaver
A pregnant woman has spotting and there is blood in her underwear. Don’t think it counts but thought I’d mention.
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cielgee
The one sheriff in town is a hero in the story, but he also shares the horrible racial abuse from other cops he endured as a Muslim man, which led him to moving to the island.
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9
There are, however, references to a loved one who has passed to cancer.
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Yes
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Yes
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54
9
JeniferRosenberg
No, but a medical patient is treated as if they are mentally unwell.
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9
cielgee
Medical scenes are mostly about a pregnancy
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12
Episode 3: A creature cuts open its wrist. Not meant to be a depiction of self harm, but could easily be triggering because it is slicing open of a wrist. Episode 4: A man carved into his palm with a rosary. Episode 4: A creature drains its blood from his palm/wrist into a chalice.
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Yes
1
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48
8
cielgee
Depends on whether or not you consider extreme religious fervour to be a mental illness.
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8
thuslydragonfly
a lot of the prayer + eating noises
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8
Episode 5: A character knows he will die if he allows himself to be hit by sunlight and strands himself in a boat at sunrise at the end of the episode. Episode 6: There is a mass suicide near the end of the episode so people can be “reborn”. Episode 7: A woman slits her own throat.
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Yes
42
No
4
13
cielgee
He doesn’t say those exact words but he does plan his suicide, and explains this is his plan to the other character who is trapped with him in a boat.
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2
Nachos
In episode 6 lots of people are trapped in a church with vampires hunting them.
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8
Riri264
Yes often police lights flashing
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cielgee
Not “shakey” but some scenes are clearly handheld and not totally steady.
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Does a baby cry?
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Yes
0
No
49
Yes
0
No
4
Yes
1
No
50
Yes
0
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4
Yes
0
No
55
15
Miscarriage storyline begins in episode 4. The episode opens with it and there is a very emotional monologue about the wanted pregnancy passing half way through the episode.
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Yes
1
No
53
54
No but there is nonbinary and trans erasure in episode 2. Riley makes reference to "pregnant people" and then corrects himself and says "well, women" and Erin says "yeah, they tend to be women" It's subtle but honestly with all the TERFs asserting that pregnancy is an experience had exclusively by women lately, that exchange between Erin and Riley felt pointed and purposeful.
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cielgee
A brief discussion between two lesbian characters about how they don’t feel welcome at church because of their sexuality, but no active homophobia.
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Yes
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No
53
6
greencow
This show does feature HEAVY themes of Christianity and some religions are referred to in a poor manner, so take caution if you’re triggered by religious imagery
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20
cielgee
A wheelchair user is called “roller girl”, and the discussion of the “miracle” of her suddenly being able to walk again could be triggering for some.
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13
Episode 6: The sheriff describes anti-Muslim behavior in his last precinct. He is also held to the ground and demeaned in the church near the end of the episode. There is less overt Islamophobia, but a clear undercurrent throughout the series. Episode 7: The sheriff is shot and specifically called a terrorist, and told he has “dirty blood”.
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9
Episode 7: refuses to be turned.
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Yes
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Yes
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No
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Yes
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5
dany
In episode 7 a woman is taken by the "angel" and while there's no sexual assault, the position they end up in and her screams might be triggering.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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55
Yes
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No
0
Yes
0
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1
Yes
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46
6
cielgee
Sad and hopeful at the same time?
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9
It literally opens with a drunk diving incident
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7
Riri264
Yes we are at the scene of a car crash at the beginning of epiaode 1
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Yes
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50
0
greencow
[SPOILERS] There is a large-scale fire that causes the destruction of an island, and people spontaneously combust in the sunlight
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8
A large storyline is a girl who is paralyzed due to a gun shot to the spine (although we do not see the accident occur)
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cielgee
A lot of blood. A LOT.
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Yes
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