the Sandman series will be banned at least 18 years old

The series inspired by Neil Gaiman’s graphic novels is expected to include scenes of violence, drug use and self-harm.

It’s a huge project that is coming to an end on Netflix. After several years of development, the series Sandman is preparing to invade our screens, over the next twelve months. A still very mysterious production since very few images have so far been shared. The concerns of fans are therefore numerous, they who doubtless fear seeing the universe imagined by Gaiman betrayed by yet another tasteless adaptation of the platform.

If the presence of the writer in the production has anything to reassure them, CBR shares a news which could confirm the definitively adult positioning of the series. The American media reveals that she was banned at least 18 years old according to American criteria. Like the advice promulgated by the CNC in France, this classification assures viewers that the program is suitable, while excluding young users of the platform.

But it is above all a way for those impatient to learn more about the content of the events of a production. Like the R-Rated on the big screen, Sandman’s TV-MA rating therefore announces violence, explicit sexuality, but also vulgar language. The work has obviously not been sanitized to suit as many people as possible.

Plot indications

According to the series file on Netflix, already available, the American series is therefore reserved for adult users. But this is far from the only information shared by the platform. We thus discover that several scenes referring to drugs, suicide and self-harm will be on the program.

As a reminder, Sandman follows the adventures of Morpheus. The Dream King is trying to right the cosmic and human mistakes he has made during his vast existence. To camp it, the platform called on Tom Sturridge (Sweetbitter). The British actor will give the reply to Gwendoline Christie (Game Of Thrones) in the skin of Lucifer and Vivienne Acheampong (Charlie, turn up the volume) in that of Lucienne. Charles Dance and Kirby Howell-Baptiste are expected to play Roderick Burgess and Death, respectively.

As we said above, Neil Gaiman will act as producer and screenwriter. Allan Heinberg (Wonder-woman) will play as conductors, alongside Mike Barker as director. The filmmaker has several small screen successes to his credit, starting with Fargo which he had signed a few episodes at the time of season 3.

At the moment, we do not know exactly when the meeting with Sandman is fixed. We nevertheless expect to discover it by the end of the year, at least that was the deadline put forward by Netflix at the time of its Geeked Week.

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