What TV show has the most swears?
On average, the most profanities per episode can be found in US crime drama series, The Wire, with an average of 102 swears per episode. The Sopranos, following the exploits of warring mafia families, is high on both lists alongside slum comedy Shameless and Orange is the new Black.
Can they say the F word on TV?
Federal law prohibits obscene, indecent and profane content from being broadcast on the radio or TV.
What words are not allowed on TV?
The seven dirty words are seven English-language curse words that American comedian George Carlin first listed in his 1972 “Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television” monologue. The words, in the order Carlin listed them, are: “shit”, “piss”, “fuck”, “cunt”, “cocksucker”, “motherfucker”, and “tits”.
When did TV start allowing the F word?
But it was actually nearly 15 years ago — on July 4, 2003 — that Comedy Central aired what seems to be the first purposeful, uncensored “fuck” on basic cable, during the kickoff of its programming block “Secret Stash,” which featured an unedited version of South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut.
What celebrity swears the most?
The Actors Who Swear the Most Onscreen
- Al Pacino. Total Swear Words: 255.
- Adam Sandler. Total Swear Words: 295.
- Samuel L. Jackson.
- Leonardo DiCaprio. Total Swear Words: 361.
- Jonah Hill. Total Swear Words: 376.
- Changeling (2008)
- A Good Day to Die Hard (2013)
- Date Movie (2006)
What cartoon has the most swearing?
Fun Fact: Till date, South Park holds the Guinness World Record for ‘Most Swearing In Animated Series’.
Why is there more cursing on TV?
Using strong swear words Because federal regulations don’t apply to subscription-based television, TV series on cable or streaming services have the option of letting TV characters use strong swear words.
Why is there so much cursing on TV?
Because federal regulations don’t apply to subscription-based television, TV series on cable or streaming services have the option of letting TV characters use strong swear words.