Sharp Objects took care not to exploit an "incredibly taboo topic"
"We had to be very mindful of how we showed it and not to be exploitative in any way," showrunner Marti Noxon says of the scene that led to a special warning after the first episode. She adds: "In fact, the consequences of it are all over the show."
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