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What are the TV and Movie Ratings?

TV Ratings

TV Ratings are classified by broadcast and cable television networks or program producers. TV ratings are based on content and address the age-appropriateness of a particular program. Common TV ratings are listed below:


Intended for children ages 2 to 6 and is not designed or expected to frighten.
Intended for children ages 7 and older. Best suited for children who know the difference between real life and make-believe. Contains mild fantasy or comedic violence. Some content could frighten younger children (under age 7).
Intended for older children. Contains fantasy violence more combative than TVY7 programs.
Intended for all ages. Contains little or no violence, no strong language and little or no sexual dialogue or situations.
Intended for younger children in the company of an adult. Possibly contains some suggestive dialogue, infrequent coarse language, some sexual situations or some moderate violence.
Intended for children ages 14 and older in the company of an adult. Possibly contains intensely suggestive dialogue, strong coarse language, intense sexual situations or intense violence.
Intended for adults and may be unsuitable for children under 17. Possibly contains crude indecent language, explicit sexual activity or graphic violence.


Movie Ratings

Movies are voluntarily rated and classified by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). Films are rated based on content and ratings address the age-appropriateness of a particular movie. Common movie/film ratings are listed below:


This program is designed to be appropriate for all ages. This rating indicates a film contains nothing that would offend parents for viewing by children.
Parents are urged to give parental guidance. This film may contain some material parents might not like for their young children.
Some material may not be suited for children under age 13. May contain violence, nudity, sensuality, language, adult activities or other elements beyond a PG rating, but doesn’t reach the restricted R category.
This rating is for films specifically designed to be viewed by adults and therefore may be unsuitable for children under 17.
This rating is applied to films the MPAA believes most parents will consider inappropriate for children 17 and under. It indicates only that adult content is more intense than in an R rated movie.
A TV program or movie/film may also be classified as Unrated for various reasons, including:

TV

  • Television advertising isn’t rated and can’t be blocked.
  • News and sports are exempt from the TV ratings system and may be considered unrated.
  • Religious and home shopping programs also don't generally carry a rating.

Movies

  • Older films with content pre-dating MPAA ratings are considered to be more PG in nature.
  • Not submitted to MPAA to be rated.
  • If an uncut version of a film was submitted to the MPAA, the labels Not Rated (NR) or Unrated (UR) are often used.


What are the language ID's?

Below are the most common subtitles language that are used for movies and series.
If you are note sure about your language ID than this table can help you.


Language Language ID Language ID Language ID
Arabic ar ara
Bulgarian bg bul
Chinese zh chi
Chinese cn chi
Croatian hr hrv
Czech cs cze ces
Danish da dan
Dutch nl dut nld
English en eng
Estonian et est
Farsi fa far ira
Filipino ph fil
Finnish fi fin
French fr fra fre
German de ger deu
Greek el ell gre
Hebrew he heb
Hindi hi hin
Hungarian hu hun
Icelandic is isl ice
Indonesian id ind
Italian it ita
Japanese ja jpn
Korean ko kor
Latvian lv lav
Lithuanian lt lit
Malay ms may msa
Malayalam ml mal
Norwegian nb nor
Polish pl pol
Portuguese - Brazil pt por
Portuguese - Portugal pr por
Romanian ro ron rum
Russian ru rus
Serbian sr srp
Slovak sk slk slo
Slovenian sl slv
Spanish es spa
Spanish sp spa
Swedish sv swe
Tamil ta tam
Telugu te tel
Thai th tha
Turkish tr tur
Ukrainian uk ukr
Vietnamese vi vie