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First episode of SEE shows that Apple TV+ is not shying away from violence and scenes of a sexual nature

[2019-10-25 18:30:25]

Before Apple TV+ was official, there were a lot of rumors and reporting that Apple was strictly focusing on ‘family-friendly’ content and telling producers to avoid adult scenes depicting sex and violence. As reported by Sigmund Judge of Screentimes.net, who attended a screening of the first episode, Apple TV+’s premier show ‘SEE’ does not shy away from depicting adult themes in any way, and the events of the episode make a big statement that the rumors were simply incorrect. The post First episode of SEE shows that Apple TV+ is not shying away from violence and scenes of a sexual nature appeared first on 9to5Mac.

First episode of SEE shows that Apple TV+ is not shying away from violence and scenes of a sexual nature


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