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I really don't like shows with sex, drugs, foul language, and much blood, anymore what are your suggestions?

Some shows I have really enjoyed that fit the criteria are as follows:

Wild At Heart
Heartland
American Dreams (sadly only on DVD wish someone would pick this up as I have never seen season 2 or 3)
The Wonder Years

Stepping out of the family friendly a little bit.
Person of Interest
Longmire
Royal Pains
Jericho
Nobel


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Do you have kids, what kind of family friendly are you looking for

I have a 10 and 11 year old and as a family we have enjoyed Gortimer Gibbons life on easy street.


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My seven year old girl likes Grimm.

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Have you seen Doc Martin?

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Once Upon a Time is pretty good.




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Do you have kids, what kind of family friendly are you looking for

I have a 10 and 11 year old and as a family we have enjoyed Gortimer Gibbons life on easy street.


3 and 2 but family friendly is just a descriptor as they won't be watching with us.

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Once Upon a Time is pretty good.


It was good. It has gotten a little long in the tooth too many characters being interrwined with lots of liberties taken in storylines to bring the characters together.


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I'll check them out


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If the kids won't be watching another one that comes to mind is the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
 
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Tumbleleaf. For the children.
 
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I'll back this one.

I would suggest Life (Damian Lewis) but since it is a cop show, there is implied sex, drugs, blood, etc. but nothing too explicit, as I remember it. I actually find the main character's persona to be uplifting amongst the goings on. It's older but at least check out the first episode if inclined. It only goes for two seasons.

Life on Mars is another older one. But again, it's cops. So maybe not your forte.
(It seems when it comes to Netflix, I dwell in the past.)

But I'll guarantee they are better for you than jhe's suggestion.
 
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Is psych on Netflix?


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Do you have kids, what kind of family friendly are you looking for

I have a 10 and 11 year old and as a family we have enjoyed Gortimer Gibbons life on easy street.


3 and 2 but family friendly is just a descriptor as they won't be watching with us.

Watched the animated movie, "Trolls" with our granddaughter a couple weeks ago (she's 2). I think it's good


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Have you seen Doc Martin?
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I'll back this one.

I would suggest Life (Damian Lewis) but since it is a cop show, there is implied sex, drugs, blood, etc. but nothing too explicit, as I remember it. I actually find the main character's persona to be uplifting amongst the goings on. It's older but at least check out the first episode if inclined. It only goes for two seasons.

Life on Mars is another older one. But again, it's cops. So maybe not your forte.
(It seems when it comes to Netflix, I dwell in the past.)

But I'll guarantee they are better for you than jhe's suggestion.


We enjoyed the first season of Life. Thought the 2nd season was crap. I read somewhere there was a writers strike after the 1st season which is why there was such a change in the show.


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Shaun the Sheep...now a series. Doesn't get more family-friendly, don't even need to know English.
And of course their Nick Park predecessors, Wallace and Grommit.


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