Hype House age rating (Is the Netflix series kid-friendly?)

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 12: LilHuddy attends the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards at Barclays Center on September 12, 2021 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for MTV/ ViacomCBS)
NEW YORK, NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 12: LilHuddy attends the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards at Barclays Center on September 12, 2021 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for MTV/ ViacomCBS) /
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The 2022 reality series Hype House detailing the lives of famous social media influencers that you know and love has just been released on Netflix.

Finally, fans all over the world will get to know more about their favorite stars, including Lil Huddy, Nikita Dragun, Vinnie Hacker, Jack Wright, Thomas Petrou, Kouvr Annon, Alex Warren, and Larray. But before you younger fans tune in to see these cool people, you may want to know if the original series is age-friendly.

Don’t worry, we tell you everything to know about Hype House‘s age rating right here.

Hype House age rating

Hype House has an age rating of TV-14 meaning that those 14 years of age and up can watch either by themselves or alongside a mature adult.

For the most part, younger audiences won’t have to worry about encountering a large amount of inappropriate content while they are viewing all 8 episodes of the reality series, but the maturity rating still stands as there are some scenes where strong language or suggestive events may be depicted. Some of which you can see/hear in the official trailer for Hype House below.

Because of the TV-14 rating, you may want to watch a different Netflix title safe for all ages but similar to this new release. If so, then be sure to check out Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love, iCarlyTeam Kaylie, and/or Victorious as they are all great age-appropriate series featuring individuals relentlessly chasing after their dreams just like the members of the Hype House.

Your weekend is definitely going to be filled with influencer culture and, honestly, that’s not a bad way to end the first week of the new year! Be sure to catch Hype House (and its similar series) streaming right now only on Netflix.

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