Inside No. 9 
TV Show
TV Show
Updated: April 29, 2022
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
Attempted rape
Rape off-screen or strongly implied
Rape on-screen


An anthology series - some episodes may contain no content relating to sexual violence. Relies heavily on plot twists, some of which may make instances of sexual violence less easy to predict. 'Sardines' - off-screen child sexual assault 'The Understudy' - character engages in some potentially uncomfortable flirting, is framed for sexual harassment. 'Devil of Christmas' - some interplay between sex and violence. 'Riddle of the Sphinx' - a character is paralyzed, another character gropes her and suggests rape. 'Zanzibar' - some sexual activity occurs in conjunction with mistaken identities/hypnosis, although this is mostly played comedically and doesn't involve intercourse. 'Bernie Clifton's Dressing Room' - brief mention of Yewtree, an investigation into sexual assault. 'To Have And To Hold' - plot twist involves a sex slave. 'Death Be Not Proud' - incest between mother and adult son (mentally impaired). 'Mr. King' - the main character is accused of sexual harassement on a student, and the headmaster takes a picture of his penis.

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