The Wilds

TV Show • 2020 • Drama  Report
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Does an animal die?
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ReiAlexandra
Also a snake is killed in an earlier episode.
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Does a cat die?
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Are there bugs?
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KeriMoore
Very brutal death of snake in episode 3
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ReiAlexandra
The incident itself isn't really shown, but a character that previously had a hand is shown in an interview setting to now no longer have a hand so we can assume whether accidentally or deliberately (out of necessity) it was amputated.
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ReiAlexandra
Not specifically, though one could assert that the whole premise of what the characters are going through is psychological torture, and tangentially physically.
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AshleyClarke
One character is missing two front teeth and has partial dentures she often removes.
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ReiAlexandra
No, but there's a pretty badly injured ankle early on that we're not sure at the time if it's broken though it turns out not to be, but it looks bad.
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ReiAlexandra
I mean not explicitly. A character dies who we think is a teen but turns out to be a young adult later on. And there are a couple of things mentioned/phrased in a certain way that imply another teen dies. And a couple of friends/lovers of other characters that die off screen.
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ReiAlexandra
Someone spits on a grave once.
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izzyadora
episode 6 - several vomit scenes, they eat something bad and have food poisoning. Most of the characters vomit at some point, sometimes at the same time or in the same scene. episode 2: Rachel vomits. episode 1: Rachel vomits twice.
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raii
One of them gets and injection to calm after showing (normal) signs of stress in an authoritarian way
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ReiAlexandra
Nothing is explicitly mentioned but the parent of one of the characters is dying and they don't specify what the illness is.
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AnxiousOddish
A very obviously autistic coded character is killed. Not guaranteed to be because of the character's autism, but it is not unlikely.
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ReiAlexandra
There is some deception happening with one or two of the characters and they explicitly try to make the character think that they didn't see what they thought they saw. It's not extensive but it's there.
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ReeKid97
Rachel gets told shes basically not small enough by her coach and that leads to a few scenes of her vomiting.
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greyraven
I don’t know if it is shown but a character admits to harming in one episode, also one character has bulimia which could be considered self harm
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Lily333
Yes it is mentioned that someone is, but you don’t see it happen.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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cdyfrnk
A character talks about being taken advatage of by her older step brother.
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Vamp
The d slur is used towards a lesbian couple.
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ReiAlexandra
Not explicitly, but it's not necessarily a happy ending, and kind of ends unresolved/sort of a cliffhanger.
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ReiAlexandra
There is specific discussion around one character and their experiences with an adult who abused children, and may have also abused them. More broadly one could argue that the entire premise of the show revolves around psychological (and circumstantially physical) abuse of children/teens. Also there is a lot of discussion/a lot shown generally around the various traumas the main characters have experienced.
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ReiAlexandra
One character isn't breathing and has to be resuscitated, and at other points very ill characters are struggling to stay conscious/keep breathing/keep going.
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ReiAlexandra
No but there are a couple of scenes where someone is in danger of drowning.
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ReiAlexandra
Yes but minimally.
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