From left, Tracy Spiridakos as Charlie Matheson, Billy Burke as Miles Matheson, Daniella Alonso as Nora, and Paras Patel as Albert, in a scene from NBC’s “Revolution.” Violent dramas on the broadcast networks carry milder parental cautions than cable shows but can equal them in graphic gore, a failure of the TV ratings system, according to a Parents Television Council study.
From left, Tracy Spiridakos as Charlie Matheson, Billy Burke as Miles Matheson, Daniella Alonso as Nora, and Paras Patel as Albert, in a scene from NBC’s “Revolution.” Violent dramas on the broadcast networks carry milder parental cautions than cable shows but can equal them in graphic gore, a failure of the TV ratings system, according to a Parents Television Council study. BROWNIE HARRIS - NBC VIA AP
From left, Tracy Spiridakos as Charlie Matheson, Billy Burke as Miles Matheson, Daniella Alonso as Nora, and Paras Patel as Albert, in a scene from NBC’s “Revolution.” Violent dramas on the broadcast networks carry milder parental cautions than cable shows but can equal them in graphic gore, a failure of the TV ratings system, according to a Parents Television Council study. BROWNIE HARRIS - NBC VIA AP

Study: Erratic TV violence ratings fail parents

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