Pretty Good for Younger Viewers with Parents to Explain it Afterward
While Alex Russo has never been the best role model for young children, in this special one-hour "event", that really changes as she sees her evil side and potential. She learns to accept herself for who she is, learning that changing who you are to please others will not please you. That covers both positive role model and message for the story. There is one instance where Alex says "kick my butt," which may or may not influence younger viewers, depending on who they are as people. As for violence, it's pretty mild, just watch out for the climax, because it's a physical confrontation between the two versions of Alex. It is a fistfight involving physical blows to the adversary, though they show no impact. There is also a point where the two attack each other with magic, but this also shows no impact to the girls. One more thing is that there's some mild flirting between Good Alex and her boyfriend. Other than that, this special is pretty safe for younger viewers as long as the parents can take the time to explain to them that it is not meant to be modeled in reality and that it is completely fictitious.
This title contains:
Positive role models
Violence & scariness