I am not okay with this: season 1 tv review - Aussieboyreviews
IS I AM NOT OKAY WITH THIS NOT OKAY FOR KIDS?
Maybe save it for teens, due to gore, language and sex. This entertaining series about a teen girl who has discovered she has powers is exhilarating and fast-paced.
Sydney is a teenage girl who deals with the issues around high school, tough family problems and her sexuality. Meanwhile, superpowers begin to awaken deep in her.
Creator: Jonathan Entwistle
Cast: Sophia Lillis, Wyatt Oleff, Sofia Bryant, Richard Ellis, Aidan Wojtak-Hissong, Maya Spreckman, Kathleen Rose Perkins
Release Date (Australia): 26 February 2020
Episodes: Dear Diary… / The Master of One F**k / The Party’s Over / Stan by Me / Another Day in Paradise / Like Father, Like Daughter / Deepest, Darkest Secret
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
CONTENT GUIDE (WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS)
The series contains fantasy themes such as the use of supernatural powers, as well as references to suicide.
A character uses supernatural powers to cause another character’s head to explode, accompanied by bloody gore detail.
There is occasionally aggressive use of words such as “bitch”, “s**t”, “ass” and “f**k”.
The series contains verbal drug references and marijuana smoking.
There is an educational diagram depicting male genitalia.
There are multiple verbal references made to sex, in addition to a scene in which teens implicitly have sex.
Aussie boy's thoughts
Engaging, fast-paced, exhilarating and shocking, I Am Not Okay with This is very well-designed coming-of-age series definitely worth a binge, and is also honestly best left finishing after the cliffhanging finale of the first season. Lead by witty characters executed by Sophia Lillis and Wyatt Oleff, this super-entertaining black comedy show on Netflix will definitely provide you with laughs and excitement.
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