For All Mankind Season 4 has premiered on Apple TV+ with new episodes coming out each week. Is this one to watch with the kids around?
If you’re looking for something else to watch while broadcast is on a break, For All Mankind is going to be something to check out. The Ron D. Moore series is great for space fans. It’s also great for fans of alternate history.
The fourth season has just premiered on Apple TV+. You’ll want to dive right into the season which is set in the early ’00s, giving us another time jump to deal with. New episodes will come out weekly, and you’ll want to watch them as son as possible. The question is whether it’s something to watch around the kids or not.
For All Mankind Season 4 parent guide
This series is officially rated as TV-MA. This means that it’s not aimed at those under 18. Of course, this doesn’t mean that you can’t let your children watch. If they’ve watched previous seasons with you, then they may be interested to see how the next part of the story plays out.
The rating is mostly given for some of the more graphic elements to the story. Just look at how the second season ended and some of the more visual aspects of things that happened to Gordo and Tracy. However, the series is mild when it comes to nudity and language. The same is expected for the fourth season.
If you haven’t watched For All Mankind before, you’ll want to check out the first few episodes first. This gives you a good idea of what to expect in terms of content to see if it’s something that your own children can watch.
For All Mankind is available to stream on Apple TV+. New episodes air Fridays.