Night Sky is coming to Prime Video tonight. Will you get to watch it right away, or wait until the kids go to bed? What is the Night Sky age rating?
When a show has an outstanding lead cast, there’s no doubt that you want to jump right into it. Sissy Spacek and J.K. Simmons lead Night Sky, and all episodes in the season drop as a binge-watch tonight.
Now you just have to know if it’s suitable for kids. Is this something that you can watch right away, or will you need to wait for them to go to bed? We can look at the Night Sky age rating to get an idea.
Night Sky age rating
The official Night Sky age rating isn’t listed on IMDb TV at the time of writing this. However, on Prime Video in Canada, it is listed as 16+. This usually equates to a TV-14 in the United States.
In other words, the series is suitable for children age 14 and up in the U.S. That makes sense looking at the trailer for the series. There doesn’t seem to be much in the way of extreme violence or nudity. We’re probably looking at some swearing, though.
You will know your children the best. Some 12–13-year-olds will have the maturity level of a 14-year-old. Then there are 16 or 17-year-olds who can’t handle the more mature content. You’ll want to assess your child and determine if you think they’re going to be old enough based on the content in the trailer.
You can also take the time to watch an episode as soon as it drops. This is a good indicator about what to expect in terms of violence, nudity, and language for the rest of the season.
Night Sky is coming to Prime Video tonight.