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Bad Education - Series 1 [DVD]

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In fact, the age rating, fixed by MPAA( Motion Picture Association of America TV Series rating system), CSM(common sense media), BBFC (British Board Of Film Classification). The board can decide who can watch the Movie and TV shows. Here, for Bad Education, it is rated TV-MA for the contents shown in the Movie Including Self-awareness, NO sexual references, throughout the Series. Notably, the TV-MA rating suggests that children under the age of 17 are restricted to watch the Series on TV. If you have watched the Movie, please provide the comments and thus help other kids/parents with the age rating and its contents. That’s the dilemma that also plagues the school board members—led by a vividly haggard Ray Romano—when they first learn of the administrators’ indiscretions. Going public would not only jeopardize the standing of the school district nationwide, it also would damage its reputation locally, which would make it harder for high-school seniors to gain acceptance at top universities, which would cause property values to plummet. What with the royalties and repeat fees he must have accrued over the years from what I've always imagined to be a highly successful and enviable career, it had never previously occurred to me that Adrian Edmondson might be a bit strapped for cash. But I couldn't come up with any other explanation for him agreeing to front the truly pointless Ade in Adland (ITV), a programme idea so feeble and so old that I can't imagine even Alan Carr agreeing to do it for a late-night bank holiday schedule filler on Channel 4. When an old friend brings filmmaker Enrique Goded (Fele Martínez) a semi-autobiographical script chronicling their adolescence, Enrique is forced to relive his youth spent at a Catholic boarding school. Weaving through past and present, the script follows a transvestite performer (Gael García Bernal) who reconnects with a grade school sweetheart. Spurred on by this chance encounter, the character reflects on her childhood sexual victimization and the trauma of closeting her sexual orientation. Bad Education is a British television sitcom set in a dysfunctional secondary school broadcast on BBC Three.

Robinson, John (14 August 2012). "Series: Watch this TV highlights 14/08/2012". The Guardian . Retrieved 18 January 2023. Stephen Carmichael ( Layton Williams) is a camp, gay member of the class. He has a passion for fashion, dancing, musicals and films, and is best friends with Chantelle. In the Christmas special, he begins a relationship with Frank Grayson. He appears not to get on with Frank in Series 3, but Frank agrees to be his date for the prom and they are later crowned Prom King and Queen. He stuns others by breaking homosexual stereotypes, including being good at football and advanced martial arts.

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Usma (Asha Hassan), the glamorous, social media obsessed gossip of the class. She is shown to be image-conscious, sassy and popular. She is partially based on how Stephen was portrayed in the original series; Williams said that he was consulted as part of the creation of the character. I’m so excited for audiences to experience the madness of Mr Carmichael, the new Class K! We’re having so much fun on set, I think you’re all in for a treat!” Eventually, these are the reasons for the TV-MA rating for the TV movie, Bad Education. Bad Education Release date

Frequent, very mature sexual content. Men and women are shown fully nude, including a scene in which a boy displays his naked uncircumcised penis to a crowd at school. Characters have explicit sex, with lots of movement and noises, as well as bare breasts. They also talk frankly about orgasms, positions, body fluids, masturbation, pornography, etc. A character methodically lays out the supplies for masturbation (lube, tissues, pornography with a nude woman on the cover) before being interrupted by one of his mother's lovers wearing one of her robes. A teen girl is the subject of sexual rumors about her giving oral sex to multiple men on a dare. Viewers hear about one couple's experience with "strap-on" sex, teen boys talk at length about douching before anal sex, a boy masturbates frequently and intensely (his genitals are covered by clothes but we do see a spurt of bodily fluids when it hits a car's window), and so on. Expect kissing and dating between straight and queer characters.Despite a mixed reception from critics, the show remained "a hit with the target audience", and was adapted to a 2015 film starring the original cast.

Jon Petrie announces new and returning series featuring stellar talent and rising stars at the BBC's Comedy Festival in Cardiff". BBC Press. 24 May 2023 . Retrieved 24 May 2023. Did you know you can flag iffy content? Adjust limits for Sex, Romance & Nudity in your kid's entertainment guide. Get started CloseThe episode introduced a new set of Class K pupils, and set the premise for Williams and Wernham to reprise their roles as Stephen Carmichael and Mitchell Harper in the fourth series, teaching Drama and PE. Hoburn navigates their rivalries and antics, as do the pupils with whom they compete for affection. The new Class K pupils were: [19] In May 2023, it was confirmed that Bad Education would return for a fifth series, which will comprise six episodes. [1] Premise [ edit ] Bad Education and Detectorists get specials as BBC announces comedy investment". The Independent. 12 May 2022 . Retrieved 12 May 2022. Did you know you can flag iffy content? Adjust limits for Violence & Scariness in your kid's entertainment guide. Get started Close There are some bad role models but as long as you explain to your child what is wrong about those examples. Overall this is a great teenage and adult comedy that grows on you from a crude comedy to a deeply emotional series that will stay with you by the end.

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