Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this docuseries invites viewers to determine which one of the bizarre stories featured on the show are real, and which are urban myths. The archive footage, interviews, and reenactments used to legitimize these stories often feature bloody scenes of violent acts (shooting, stabbing) and can include references to people having sex. Drinking is occasionally visible, and drugs (like marijuana), and drug raids are sometimes part of the story.
Contains references to people sleeping with one another and romantic rivalries. Women are sometimes visible in skimpy bathing suits.
Lots of story reenactments show people shooting, stabbing, and bleeding to death. Guns (hand guns; automatic weapons) are visible, and sometimes fired.
Words like "crap" and "hell" are audible.
The series shows how stories can be constructed in the media to appear believable, even when logic dictates otherwise. It also offers informative details about the real possibility of certain events taking place.
Occasionally Lincoln cars and other brands are referenced.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Occasionally alcohol (beer; hard liquor) visible. Illicit drugs like marijuana and crack cocaine are visible and/or referenced. Drug dealing and botched drug raids are sometimes reenacted.