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Ratings in television can refer to either a generic term for the popularity of a show or the method used to specify the maturity level of the show's content. Typically, in the USA, it refers to Nielsen Ratings, a system developed by Nielsen Media Research for determining how many viewers are watching a program.What are the reasons for movie ratings?
Today any movie commercially released in America features a rating. The rating is comprised of the rating symbol (G, PG, PG-13, R, or NC-17) along with a brief description of why the film received that rating. Common reasons cited are violence, language, nudity, sexuality, drug use, and adult situations,...What is the meaning of the movie ratings?
MOVIE RATING. A classification given to a commercially released motion picture that indicates to consumers whether the film contains sex, profanity, violence, or other subject matter that may be inappropriate for persons in certain age groups. The idea for a nationwide movie rating system took root in the late 1960s.