Jury Duty

NZ release: 06 April 2023

Drug references, offensive language, sexual themes, coarse language Rated on: 06 April 2023

Season 1

Jury Duty

What’s it about?

Jury Duty is a comedic documentary series that follows the perspective of a single juror as they navigate through the proceedings of an American jury trial.

The facts

  • Directed by Jake Szymanski (Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates)
  • English language with German and Spanish subtitles
  • 8 episodes, each around 30 minutes
  • Starring James Marsden

Why did it get this rating?

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

Drugs and alcohol

Drug use is not shown but there are several references to cocaine and cannabis use. A character also refers to the misuse of prescription drugs.

Characters drink alcohol. An intoxicated person vomits.

Sexual references

The show has lots of sexual references, including to sexual activity, masturbation and sending nudes.

One scene briefly shows sexual activity but no nudity is shown. This is later revealed to be fake.

Offensive language

“F**k”, “sh*t”, and “a**hole” are mentioned. Most of it is censored or bleeped out.

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