This Netflix Original series follows a teenage girl named Nick who cons a family into thinking she’s a long-lost relative with no living parents. And her con is multi-faceted. She has real foster parents, and together the three plan to rob the family. But that’s not all; her real father is in jail, and unbeknownst to the foster parents, Nick and her dad picked this specific family for a reason.
Our Take on No Good Nick
Rated PG, No Good Nick includes some substance use by parents, profanity, and mild sex- uality. While it may technically be kid-appropriate and nothing more than a silly comedy, the plot is a bit dark and sinister. We suggest parents preview it and consider the content before kids watch this show.
For more Keeping Current reviews in every issue, subscribe today to Children’s Ministry Magazine! Looking for more information about preteens? Check out all our preteen posts for teaching tips, lessons, ideas, and insight into the mind of a preteen.