Disney Plus is a streaming platform that offers a variety of popular and classic content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars. One of the key features of Disney Plus is its parental control options, including the ability to filter out shows or movies that don’t meet a particular age rating. But what does the TV-14 rating mean when it comes to Disney Plus?
TV-14 stands for “television 14” and is used to indicate programs or content with a moderate level of inappropriate or crude language, violence and sexual content. This rating indicates that some scenes may not be suitable for children under the age of 14.
The TV-14 rating can be found on many movies and shows released by The Walt Disney Company, including those on their streaming service. Some examples include Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Simpsons, Big Hero 6: The Series, The Mandalorian and Toy Story 4: Forky Asks A Question (which received an even more sensitive PG rating). However, there are some animated series such as Gravity Falls that have been given a lower TV-PG rating which allows them to be watched by younger audiences in certain countries.
When setting up parental controls on your Disney Plus account, you can choose to filter out any program or movie with a higher than G (General Audience) rating if you don’t want your kids exposed to potentially unsuitable content for their age group. There is also an option to disable all titles with a TV-14 rating so families have complete control over what their children are viewing through the streaming service.
Overall, the TV-14 rating on Disney Plus serves as warning that certain content may not be suitable for young viewers – giving parents an extra layer of protection when it comes to selecting entertainment for their family members!