Good Omens Season 2 age rating: Is the series suitable for kids?

David Tennant (Crowley), Michael Sheen (Aziraphale)
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Good Omens Season 2 is coming to Prime Video as a binge-watch release, which means you need to know the age rating. Is this something to watch with kids around?

When it comes to binge-watch releases, you’ll want to jump straight into them. After all, you don’t want to spend too long away from social media so you avoid the spoilers. With Good Omens Season 2 likely dropping at around 7 p.m. ET on Thursday, July 27, you’ll want to start watching right away.

That means watching while the kids are up and around. Is this a good idea, or is this a show to watch once they’ve gone to bed? We need to take a look at the age rating to get an idea of what to expect.

Good Omens Season 2 age rating

The age rating for the first season was 16+ in a lot of countries. According to IMDb, it’s TV-MA in the United States, which suggests 18 and over. It’s worth noting that while other countries have an age rating around 15 or 16, there’s nothing between TV-14 and TV-MA in the U.S.

There is a little bit of nudity in the series. In the first season, we got to see Eve’s naked bottom for a few seconds as she walked away from the camera. In the second season, Gabriel is going to turn up to the bookshop naked. However, full-frontal nudity isn’t a think for this series.

There is some language, but nothing too offensive. There’s also not that much in the way of gory violence. There may just be the odd scene that is a little scary for younger viewers.

To get an idea about Good Omens Season 2, it’s worth rewatching the first season. See if there is anything that isn’t suitable for your children in this. You get to make the decision as a parent.

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Good Omens Season 2 is coming to Prime Video on Friday, July 28.