Echo

NZ release: 10 January 2024

Violence Rated on: 10 January 2024

Season 1: Episodes 1-5

Echo Season 1

What’s it about?

Maya returns to her hometown where she reconnects with her past and embraces her family’s secret legacy.

The facts

  • Created by Marion Dayre (Better Call Saul, The Act)
  • American Sign language, English language, and Choctaw
  • Runtime: 5 episodes, about 45 minutes each
  • Starring Alaqua Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio
  • A Marvel Spotlight series by Marvel Studios (The Avengers Endgame, Black Panther 2)

Why did it get this rating?

This show was self-rated by Disney. You can find out more about self-rating by streaming providers here.

Frightening scenes and violence

Frightening scenes include brief close-up shots of bloody and serious injuries. Although brief and few, these scenes may shock some viewers.

The show contains violence. People are stabbed, shot, punched, and kicked. We sometimes see bruises. These scenes often include dead bodies and frequent blood, but no gorey details.

Content that may disturb

Domestic violence is discussed and implied – not shown. Although brief and not shown, this may upset some viewers have been impacted by domestic violence.

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