Twin Peaks 
TV Show
Crime
Drama
Horror
Mystery
Sci-fi
Thriller
Survival and Horror
TV Show
Crime
Drama
Horror
Mystery
Sci-fi
Thriller
Survival and Horror
Updated: September 12, 2023
No rape or sexual assault
Rape or sexual assault mentioned, discussed, implied
Sexual harassment e.g non-consensual grabbing, touching, cat-calling)
Sexual relationship between adult and teenager
Child sex abuse
Incest
Attempted rape
Rape off-screen or strongly implied
Rape on-screen

Description

The series follows an investigation into the murder of a teenage girl. It is progressively revealed that she was a prostitute at a brothel and engaged in dubiously-consensual sex with men much older than her (notably S1E8). It features several toxic and violent heterosexual marriages/relationships (especially in season 1), scenes of domestic violence (notably S1E8) and discussions of sexual violence. S1E1: a woman appears out of nowhere after having survived a kidnapping: she has bruises on her thighs. It is later stated that she was raped several times. S1E2: it is mentioned in the beginning of the episode that the victim had sex with three men before beig killed. This is repeated throughout the rest of the season. Near the end of the episode, a man beats up his wife. S1E3: two men go to a brothel, where they choose young girls to have sex with them. S1E4: a coroner reports that that the victim's killer tied her up and kissed her before killing her. The final scene shows the victim's father desperately asking women to dance with him: they rebuff him. S1E6: a teenage girl (18 year-old) being interviewed to get a job at her father's department store, blackmails the male recruiter with a fake sexual assault allegation if he does not hire her. As she is falling in love with the main character (who is in his thirties), she makes her interest apparent and even shows up in his bed naked in an attempt to seduce him. S1E7: the main character turns the teenage girl down. The same girl goes undercover at the brothel to investigate the murder victim's death: the madame hiries her despite knowing she is underage. S1E8: the father of the undercover girl enters into her room to have sex with her, not realizing that it is her. A man acts threateningly towards a woman he partnered with. A husband attempts to kill his wife (who cheated on him) by tying her up and burning her alive. Season 2: S2E1: in the brothel. the undercover girl narrowly avoids sleeping with her own father. She hides her identity and tries to rebuff him, but he insists until another character calls him out of the room. The girl is then confronted about ther attitude by the madame, who physically threatens her. She is later shown being distressed by the experience. The conditions of the murder, kidnapping and rapes (mentioned above) are described by the protagonist once again. In the final scene of the episode, flasbacks of the murder are shown, with a man standing on the victim in her underwear. S2E2: the protagonist tries to question the survivor of the kidnapping and rapes, who was in a coma. She is in a state of shock and experiences PTSD when he shows her a drawing of the presumed rapist. The undercover girl in the brothel takes advantage of the situation of a man (her boss), who is tied to ropes for a BDSM game, to obtain information from him. He admits that he uses his job as the director of a department store to recruit girls for the brothel. S2E3: the episode opens with the rape survivor having a panick attack. The undercover girl in the brothel is kidnapped, restrained, drugged and filmed in order to claim a ransom. S2E4: the undercover kidnapped girl mentioned being beaten by one of her captors. One of them kills him and she appears visibly distressed and forced to accept to embrace him. The videotape of her, crying and gagged, is shown twice throughout the episode. S2E5: the protagonist rescues the undercover girl from the brothel, where she is tied up to a bed. S2E6: a rape off-screen is implied. We see a man buckling up his belt next to a woman lying on a couch, visibly distressed by the encounter. S2E7: the undercover girl confronts her father about their encounter in the brothel he owns and he admits having sex with the murder victim, who worked as a prostitute there (teenage girl). The daughter then reveals their relationship to the protagonist. A wife who is not in her right mind after a suicide attempt kisses her husband, who clearly does not appreciate it but is afraid to rebuff her because of her new physical strength. An apparently male character enters a man's house during the night without him noticing: he kisses him without his consent and admits of being attracted to him. It is immediately revealed that the said character is in fact his supposedly late wife disguised as a man. The episode concludes with the revelation that the father of the victim has been possessed by a demon: he is shown violently beating up his niece (his daughter's look-alike), kissing her and killing her (off-screen). S2E9: the possessed father proposes to a female character (a friend of his daughter and niece) to dance with him, which she accepts. Shortly after, he suddenly hugs her, which leaves her shocked. They are interrupted by someone knocking at the door. It is finally clearly stated that the possessed father is the killer of his daughter: the protagonist reminds that he raped her before killing her. S2E11: the woman who was raped in S2E6 describes her relation with her rapist. She also mentions child trafficking. A transgender character is introduced and her identity is generally played for laughs throughout the rest of the episode she appears in. S2E12: a female character is revealed to be caught in an abusive relationship with her husband, who beats her. Near the end of the episode, we hear the couple arguing, implying that he is (or will be) beating her. S2E13: a adult woman thinking that she is a teenager and having superhuman strenght (after a suicide attempt), acting increasingly pushy towards a teenage male who is clearly not interested, kisses him and lays on him after he rejected her advances and asked her to leave him alone. He eventually consents to the romantic relationship in further episodes. In the final scene of the episode, the abusive husband (who was incapacitated since the start of the season) reappears threatening when his wife is alone at night. S2E14: the abusive husband tries to kills his wife, but he is defeated by her new boyfriend. It is mentioned that a child (a secondary character in the previous episodes) is the product of a rape. S2E15: a male antagonist threatens a female character and fondles her breast. Another male antagonist, who was previously described as a father figure to another female character, kisses her hand while discussing how much he would have to pay to own her again. S2E17: the final scene of the episode shows a woman breaking into the room of a man who is passed out drunk. She undresses, wearing only a bathrobe, and enters his bed before the episode ends. A 18 year-old woman engages in a romantic relationship with an adult man. S2E18: the episode opens with the woman fondling the sleeping man, and drugging him so he thinks she is his former lover. When she tries to strangle him, he defends himself. A man discussing with his former female lover (who is in a wheelchair) caresses her and wishes for them to be together again: she rebuffs him and he stops. S2E21: during a beauty pageant, a man holds the arm of and puts his arm around a woman who rebuffs him twice. In the final scene of the episode, the antagonist kidnaps a woman. S2E22: the antagonist takes a woman hostage to lure the protagonist somewhere. In season 3, a female character describes how she was raped and later has unconsensual sex with the doppelganger of her rapist. S3E2: the male protagonist enters a room where his presumably girlfriend waits for him in her underwear on a bed. He suddenly holds her against her will when she understands that he represents a threat. He then tells her that he will kill her and punches her in the face when she tries to flee. He eventually gets on top of her and kills her. S3E4: a FBI boss expresses his concern that an elderly male agent will go on a mission with a young female agent. He answers that he is indeed 'old school'. S3E5: in a bar, a woman asks a man for a light. He strangles her and threatens to rape her in front of her friends. S3E7: a woman confronts the antagonist. She seems very distressed when mentioning their last encounter at her home. In the end of the episode, a phone conversation revolved around the prostitution/human trafficking of underage girls. S3E10: the episode opens with a man breaking into a woman's trailer after threatening her and presumably killing her off-screen (while she is screaming). We then see her, alive but unconscious and bloody. The next scene shows another man assaulting his girlfriend and shouting at her, while standing on top of her. A female main character has sex with the protagonist even though he does not seem to be in his right mind: seemingly disoriented during the encounter, he eventually enjoys it. Later in the episode, the man from the first scene breaks into his grandmother's house, assaults her (strangling her and pushing her down) and robs her. S3E11: the first scene shows the bledding woman from S3E10 crawling out of the woods. Later on, the main characters find the headless body of a naked woman. S3E14: a group of policemen investigating a forest find a naked woman presumably lost in the woods. A female character is verbally assaulted and threatened at a bar by a man (lesbophobia): she kills him. S3E16: the female protagonist from S3E7 tells about her encounter with the male antagonist, while being very distressed. She explains that he came to her home, kissed her, and when he saw that she was frightened, enjoyed it and raped her. S3E18: a waitress is sexually assaulted.

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