Wondering if Season 2 of The Baby-Sitters Club on Netflix is ok for kids? There were some controversial opinions on my Season 1 Baby-Sitters Club review. Season 2 of The Baby-Sitters Club is rated TV-G, which I still don’t agree with. It should be rated TV-PG for some mature topics like diabetes, boys, dating, and some language. Here’s what parents need to know in this Season 2 Baby-Sitters Club Parents Guide.
The Baby-Sitters Club Season 2 on Netflix Parents Guide
The Baby-Sitter’s Club is back and two more girls have joined the team – Jessi and Mallory! Dawn is also back but has been recast by Kyndra Sanchez as Xochitl Gomez had filming conflicts for Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness. In this season, you’ll see more of the girls’ personalities, plus some drama and conflict that is all age-appropriate. This is one of the reasons I love this series so much.
As mentioned above, some parents felt some of the show topics crossed the line in Season 1, but I feel The Baby-Sitter’s Club always tackles issues in a kind, considerate manner.
What is The Baby-Sitter’s Club on Netflix Rated?
Season 2 of The Baby-Sitter’s Club is rated TV-G. While there is any material that is not kid-friendly, I still think it deserves a TV-PG rating. TV-G to me means every age, but I would recommend Season 2 for kids ages 10 and up.
I just noticed words of Deity like “Oh g-d” and “oh my g-d.”
There are some topics like marriage, divorce, diabetes, social media, family, friendship, dating, boyfriends and girlfriends, etc., that are still too mature for younger kids. Also Dawn is very into activism and anti-capitalism, so if those subjects bother you, then skip this series. Kristy does also mention that her friends were being “catfished.”
Is The Baby-Sitters Club Season 2 Appropriate for Kids Under 10?
The Baby-Sitters Club Season 2 is kid-friendly for most kids. I would recommend it for ages 10 and up. You can go younger, especially for those who watch other Disney Channel and Nickelodeon shows. It’s great for tweens, especially those wanting to watch something a little more mature.
These group of friends act age appropriately (this season they are in 8th grade) and do not get too crazy, especially in their actions and apparel choices. However, it’s not all fluff either.
They can tackle real issue that kids this age go through and know how to apologize and come to a resolution. The Baby-Sitter’s Club is a smart, witty, and compassionate show and easily one of my top-rated shows for kids.