Is season three suitable for children?

On August 12, Netflix will release the third season of I have never, and we are so excited for the brand new season. However, before everyone starts their binge session I have never Season 3 it’s important to know the parent’s guide and age rating.

I have never Season 2 ended with Daxton (Devi and Paxton) officially dating and Ben finding out through Eleanor that Devi had feelings for him. Then we see Fabiola and Eve profess their love for each other, Eleanor and Trent dance together at the winter festival, and Kamala leaves her proposal dinner to be with Mr. Kulkarni.

There’s obviously so much to unpack in the upcoming third season, and as usual, we can expect more drama. How will Devi and Paxton navigate as an official couple? Ben is dating Aneesa, but how will their relationship play out when he obviously still has feelings for Devi? Will Eleanor and Trent get together? Fabiola and Eve seem as strong as ever after professing their love, but could there be trouble on the horizon? Finally, how will Pati feel about Kamala choosing Mr. Kulkarni over her fiancé?

Fortunately, all of these questions should be answered in I have never Season 3. So is season 3 ok to watch with kids? Without further ado, here is the parenting guide and age rating.

Never Have I Ever Season 3 – Parents & Ratings Guide

I have never Season 3 is rated TV-14 which means it may not be suitable for children under 14 years old. If you watched I have never From the start you knew that TV-14 was always the age rating for the teen series.

This age rating has been given for strong language used by some characters, underage drinking, light violence, adult content discussed, kissing and intimate scenes, drug use, and suggestive dialogue. Overall, this season contains material that many parents would find inappropriate for younger audiences. Parents are urgently warned.

Check out the official trailer from I have never Season 3 for a little taste!

As you can see in the trailer, some of the characters were verbally abused, characters are shown kissing, and suggestive dialogue was used. Obviously this is not a show for a younger audience. If you have children under the age of 14, we recommend browsing Netflix’s kids’ section and finding something else to watch.

I have never lands on Netflix August 12 at 12:00 p.m. PT/3:00 p.m. ET! Is season three suitable for children?

Aila Slisco

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