PaleyFest: Parents Television Council Reviews NBC’s New Shows

Written by PTC | Published September 11, 2014

NBC’s new fall TV shows are next up in the Parents Television Council’s coverage of PaleyFest.nbclogo So what’s worth watching for families on NBC this fall? The PTC reviewed “A to Z,” which may not necessarily appeal to children, but appears to have “little objectionable content.” In addition, the PTC called the show, “Sincere and warm-hearted, this series tells the story of a romance…from A to Z.” The PTC recommends parents exercise caution with “Constantine” due to violence and profanity: “Based on DC Comics’ Hellblazer, Constantine is essentially a cut-rate version of CW’s Supernatural with a British accent. While adult fans of the comic and the supernatural horror genre may enjoy the show’s occult emphasis and gory special effects, Constantine is not recommended for younger teens or children.” Full reviews and trailers for these previously mentioned shows and others can be found here: Marry Me Constantine A to Z The Mysteries of Laura Please visit the PTC’s Family Guide for further information and reviews about these and other shows as the fall season begins. Stay tuned for the last update about new shows on ABC tomorrow.

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