Parks and Recreation - Good for tweens and up.
Hi everyone, my name is Nathan. Frankly, I think shows like this are a moral grey area for some families. My opinion is this; times are changing! Because of the media, kids are much more exposed to the themes expressed in shows such as these. Unlike how it was 20 years ago, these themes don't have as much of an impact as they used to. In my case, I'm twelve years old. I started watching this show on Netflix when I was 11 with my parents, and my entire family has become very attached to it, and shows like How I Met Your Mother. With kids these days, things like swearing, sexual themes, violence, drinking, drugs, etc. are just the norm. With the internet, we've discovered these things long ago. Some call it societal decline, I call it change. And change, after all, is inevitable. Regardless, I think Parks and Recreation is a great show. Characters like Leslie Knope, Ann Perkins, Chris Treager, Ben Wyatt, etc. Are all great role models who send positive messages to viewers. But please, keep in mind that this is a comedy, and the characters in this show are supposed to have odd quirks, or in some characters, habits that might make you cringe. But overall, it really just comes down to knowing your own kids. If they have more exposure to these kinds of things, the show is for them. There's honestly nothing more that the show will talk about than they would already know. Besides, the more extreme expletives are censored out. Just use your best judgement. If you think your kids can handle it, there shouldn't be a problem.