Daisy Jones and the Six age rating: Is the series suitable for kids?

Riley Keough (Daisy)
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Daisy Jones and the Six arrives on Prime Video at the end of the week. Is this something to watch with the kids around, or should you wait until they go to bed? You need the official age rating to figure it out.

We hope you’re ready for Daisy Jones and the Six. The first three episodes arrive on Prime Video this week, and then we’re in for bulk drops over the course of the next few weeks. This is a series you’ll want to watch immediately, especially if you loved the book of the same name by Taylor Jenkins Reid.

Like with many Amazon shows, the release is going to be at midnight UK time. That usually means a drop on Thursday night, so you’ll want to check out the episodes right away. Will you be able to watch them with the kids around?

Daisy Jones and the Six age rating

The official age rating for the series is TV-MA. This is the equivalent as an R-rated movie, meaning that it’s aimed at those 18 and over.

There is some strong language in the series. You’ll also find there are a lot of drugs and sexual content. This is about a rock band in the 1970s, so what do you really expect?

It’s worth noting that different countries have slightly different age ratings. In Canada, the series is for 16+. This is still on the higher end, but it suggests that the series could be suitable for older teenagers. This is something you’ll want to look into yourself if you have older teens. It’s worth watching the promo and the first episode yourself to get a sense of what to expect.

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Daisy Jones and the Six is coming to Prime Video on Friday, March 3.