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Is Hype House on Netflix Kid Friendly? Parents Guide

Wondering if Hype House on Netflix is ok for kids? Hype House is rated TV-14 for language and some mature content. It’s a reality series/docudrama based on the Hype House, a mansion where many teenage-ish Tik Tok and social media stars live and create content together. Perhaps it’s Netflix’s version of The D’Amelio Show. Here’s what parents need to know in this Hype House Parents Guide.

Hype House Parents Guide on Netflix

Hype House Parents Guide

In Netflix’s Hype House, you get an inside look at social media’s most talked-about creator house as they navigate love, fame and friendship while living and creating content together. Some of the the TikTok personalities featured are Chase Hudson (who no longer lives in the house), Nikita Dragun, Alex Warren, Larray Merrit, Kouvr Annon, Vinnie Hacker, Thomas Petrou, Mia Hayward, and more. 

Parents need to know that if their teens or tweens love TikTok, then they may be all about this drama.

Why is Hype House Rated TV-14?

Hype House is rated TV-14 for language and mature content which means it may not be suitable for kids under 14.


There is a lot of profanity in Hype House like sh*t, bit*h, damn, and bleeped out f-words. There are also some sexual words used like balls and pu**y.

Mature Content

So the Hype House basically is a big house with a lot of unsupervised kids ages 18-23 or so. I say kids, because a lot of them haven’t grown up and are in that process. So in the show you learn a lot about their back stories which includes rough upbringings and family issues.

Nikita shares her story of being trans and a business owner, but also about not being to trust a lot of people. Some of her outfits can be provocative. 

A lot of stunts performed for TikTok or YouTube are not safe for the average viewer.

Larray and Nikita Hype House ok for kids

Is Hype House on Netflix Appropriate for Kids Under 14?

Hype House has its good and bad for kids. The good is some of the lessons learned including maybe social media fame is not for everyone. Also, content creation and having followers is a lot of pressure. Running a business is not as easy as it looks. 

Thomas Petrou, Chase (Lil Huddy) Hudson, and Alex Warren were the original founders of the Hype House, but over the years, things have changed. As some of the members have gotten more famous and moved out, Petrou has felt the weight of the brand on his shoulders. 

Everyone just seems unhappy in the Hype House. The drama isn’t even super juicy, it’s just sad. You have young adults trying to navigate popularity and financial decisions without any real direction or accountability. But then you see some of them drive around with these expensive cars and 20-year-olds almost having to be mother figures to those who don’t have one involved in their lives. 

At least Charli and Dixie D’Amelio have parents who are involved. The Hype House just isn’t all that hype, but it may be interesting to fans of these content creators and even give a glimpse of reality to those who are thinking becoming social media stars.

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