TV Ratings for Busy Parents
What are those kids watching, anyway?
All Content Labels are Abbreviated. Five descriptor abbreviations tell you what kind of content is in a particular show. When you know these, you can make wise decisions about what’s appropriate for your family, regardless of what age recommendation the networks suggests. Content labels in a TV rating are abbreviated this way: FV = Fantasy Violence (used only with TV-Y7 rating, and usually found in animated shows); D = Suggestive Dialogue (sex jokes, lewd insults, and so on); L = Coarse Language (typically profanities); S = Sexual Situations; V = Violence