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.
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