We Are No One is sorta like a slice-of-life show, but with neurotic ex-cons and murders instead of school kids.
With that in mind, this gets a little dark, and a little heavy sometimes.
Broadly speaking, if you can handle watching “Fight Club”, nothing here gets more intense than that, and most of it is significantly chiller.
If you’ve got a brain that needs some gentler handling right now, there’s a full list of content warnings here.
(This unfortunately is a bit spoilery. Turns out, if you make a list of all the worst things that happen in a script, you wind up exposing a good deal of your themes and conflict.)