What is the Truth Seekers age rating?
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost tend to create movies that are excellent but aimed toward adults. What about Truth Seekers? Here’s a look at the Truth Seekers age rating.
According to IMDb, the age rating is relatively low for a Nick Frost horror-comedy. It’s set at TV-14 in the U.S., which means it’s suitable for those who are 14 years or older. If you have teenagers in the house, this could be the perfect show to watch with them.
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What about younger children? This is going to be dependent on the maturity of the child. You may have a 12-year-old that you think will be fine with the program. You may even have a 15-year-old who you view is too young. As a parent, I will watch an episode or two of a show to determine if it’s suitable for my children.
In the UK, the Truth Seekers age rating is set at 15, while in France and Italy it’s set at 13. In German and India, it’s set at 16.
If you love Frost-Pegg movies, you’ll love Truth Seekers
Quite honestly, if you find the Cornetto trilogy suitable for your children, Truth Seekers will fit in there. It’s a series that follows many of the same rules, focusing more on the comedy hide than the horror. There are some jump scares, but they’re designed to make you laugh.
It’s one of those shows that is crafty. It captures the heart of the likes of Hot Fuzz, so if you love those movies, you’re going to enjoy this one.
It’s all about fun.
Truth Seekers is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video now.