Parents' Guide to

Teen Nick

By Karen Wirsing, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Good site for teens to watch and discuss fave Nick shows.

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age 14+

Based on 10 parent reviews

age 5+

Volume SUCKS

Everytime I Watch teen nick the show is always sooooooo low but when it comes to commercials they are soooo loud
age 13+

Living in new age.

These shows, we see on TeenNick are classic’s grew up with them, people think we’re still back in there olden days of the 1990’s where what we see on tv affects our children, how about trust your children to have common sense. These shows are great laughs and great for family, you gotta be open minded and enjoy life. Like iCarly,Drake and Josh,Zoey 101 and ect. It’s pretty great and teach life lessons if you pay attention and aren’t closed minded.

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Parents say (10 ):
Kids say (13 ):

TeenNick is a fun site where kids can make friends, watch popular television shows, and play games. While it's important to communicate with teens about Internet safety and appropriate online behavior, the website does a good job of maintaining a positive play space for teens. Participants are not allowed to use hate speech, flare, discuss topics related to sex or violence, or share personally identifiable information.

Message boards -- those centered around specific shows are the most popular -- give teens a place to connect and discuss and stretch their communication skills. There's even a "Talk to the Chairman" board where kids can post suggestions on how to make Teen Nick better. If a post is removed, teens can check their profile to find out why it was taken down.

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