Prime Video has a new psychological thriller for us to watch. Is Chloe good for the kids to watch, too? Here’s a look at the Chloe age rating.
If you’re a fan of thrillers, you’ll certainly want to check out the new series Chloe. It drops on Prime Video in full at the end of the week. There are high chances that it will drop on Thursday evening in the United States due to the way Prime Original release times work.
If it does drop early, you’ll want to know if it’s something to put on before the kids go to bed. Even if it only drops on Friday, you’ll want to know if you need to wait until the kids have gone to school or if it’s something to watch once they’re in bed on Friday night. To get an idea, you’ll want to know the Chloe age rating.
Of course, you know your children best. You’ll be able to determine if they’re mature enough for a series. Knowing the age rating is just a good place to get started.
Chloe age rating
The series has been given a TV-PG rating in the United States. This matches some of the other age ratings given around the world. This means that it is suitable for all ages if you say so as their parents. Of course, there is a suggestion there to watch it with them, especially if they are on the younger side.
There are going to be some worrisome topics, mostly the focus on social media stalking and the mystery behind Chloe’s death. When it comes to nudity and violence, they have been kept to a minimum. It’s a BBC One series, so we’re used to seeing these be on the milder side when it comes to language, violence, and nudity compared to some of the American thrillers. It’s only when they were purposefully written for the older audiences that more would be added in.
Chloe is coming to Prime Video on Friday, June 24.