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Sex & Nudity

  • The sexual content featured in the TV series "Fargo" is reminiscent of the film
  • Season one contains two sex scenes. Both short and mild but contain some thrusting. No nudity is shown. One of which ends abruptly due to someone getting stabbed in the back of the head.
  • The following two seasons managed to up the amount of violence but the sexual content is subdued. As a result there are suggestive scenes here or there but nothing graphic. The content in seasons two and three is quite mild. For example the second season only features only one post sex scene, with objects cleverly placed to obscure any nudity.

Violence & Gore

  • Shooting is the most common type of violence in the series. Some other examples are stabbings, and while very infrequent, gore. All of these examples are almost always portrayed with varying degrees of blood letting. Corpses of deceased characters are sometimes shown, with bloody imagery.
  • Violence is common throughout though fluctuates in severity. There are instances of gun violence, physical and verbal violence with blood being shown frequently.


  • Season 1: Occasional instances of "shit", "tits", "pussy", "piss" and others.
  • Season 2: Occasional uses "shit". Other words such as "pussy", "goddammit", and "hell "are used throughout.
  • Season 3: Same language as previous seasons, uses of "shit", "piss", "asshole", "damn", and others are heard throughout

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Characters drink alcohol throughout and there are mentions of marijuana use. A character in season 3 does use marijuana and is seen using it.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Suspense plays a prominent role in the series. Fargo (2014) is far more harmless than the film.
  • Rated TV-MA for graphic brutal violence, some language, brief sexuality/nudity and drug use.
  • Extended threatening situations throughout.

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