PG-13 Netflix

Posted by thomasshaw9688 on March 23rd, 2018

PG-13 series - PG-13 is a one-hour supernatural-horror thriller set in Toronto in 1994. Henry J. Strong, Ph. D, child psychologist, receives the Canadian Psychological Association Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Lifetime Contributions to Canadian Psychology.

The MAJORITY of the youth I've ARRESTED have some kind of MENTAL ILLNESS. They SEE THINGS, they HEAR VOICES. This [bill] is going to do GREAT THINGS.

An increase in runaways, petty thefts and homicides amongst youth in Toronto, lead to the creation of Bill Zero. Under this one-strike rule, kids showing behavior that resembles “criminal intentions,” can be arrested and placed into juvie. Repeatedly skipping school and smoking a cigarette are also on the list of violations. The bill also states that anyone over the age of 13 will be tried as an adult.

A new Young Offenders Facility with the help of Dr. Strong is opened. The Boys Recovery Advocacy and Victory Establishment (B.R.A.V.E) will house boys who have been placed into custody and are waiting for a trial. Each boy must get a mandatory psych evaluation from Dr. Strong.

The bodies of 4 kids, Suthan Singh, Anthony Wright, Tiffany Smith, and Christina Lee, were found ripped apart in various parts of the city. The Toronto police claimed that ‘wild coyotes’ were responsible for the killings. A witch-hunt began and a total of 27 coyotes (12 were just regular dogs) were killed that summer.

Franklin Edwards, an inmate at The B.R.A.V.E, hangs himself while under suicide watch. 2 weeks prior to his death, Frankie told his family that he could “no longer control the voice” and it was “trying to escape.” Frankie’s autopsy revealed several large tumors in his body and “foreign growth.” Based on the notes, the growth had "fetal-like characteristics."

     “When I grow up I want to change the world. My favorite show is Power Rangers and I want to do good things just like them.”

Franklin Edwards, an inmate at The B.R.A.V.E, hangs himself while under suicide watch. 2 weeks prior to his death, Frankie told his family that he could “no longer control the voice” and it was “trying to escape.” Frankie’s autopsy revealed several large tumors in his body and “foreign growth.” Based on the notes, the growth had "fetal-like characteristics."

it just grew louder...I can't even hear myself anymore. They're EVERYWHERE you know... like, in

EVERYONE.

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