One Piece Parents Guide and Age Rating

One Piece is an American-Japanese action, adventure comedy tv series that is created by Steven Maeda and Matt Owens. It is produced by Tomorrow Studios and Shueisha.

Age ratings are recommendations for parents and carers of kids to help them decide what is appropriate for their child depending on what stage of development they are at.

Here’s a look at One Piece age ratings, One Piece Parents Guide, Release Date, Cast, Official Trailer, and more.

One Piece Parents Guide and Age Rating | 2022
One Piece Parents Guide and Age Rating | 2022
Series NameOne Piece
GenreAction, Adventure, Comedy
CreatorSteven Maeda and Matt Owens
Production CompanyTomorrow Studios, Netflix, Shueisha
Release DateAugust 31, 2023
CountryUnited States
Official websiteNetflix
One Piece Parents Guide and Age Rating

One Piece Age Rating

One Piece is Rated TV-14 for some content shown in this series.

Program-rated TV-14 means Parents need to be Strongly Cautioned because TV-14-rated programs may contain some material that many parents would find unsuitable for children under the age of 14

Our aim is to tell you the best simple and accessible age rating and make you aware of the content present in the film through the parent guide

One Piece Parents guide

A lot of fighting throughout the series
Use of Dangerous Weapons
Some language
Male Characters are shown shirtless
A lot of Violence
dangerous Monster is shown
One Piece Parents guide

One Piece Official Synopsis

An alternate version of Earth, and one that is currently in the midst of the ‘Golden Age of Pirates’.

Ruthless cut-throat pirates rule the seas, and only the strongest have the chance to lay claim to the mythical treasure known as ‘One Piece’ that was left behind by the greatest pirate of them all Gol D. Roger.

Years after the death of Gold Roger, a young boy by the name of Monkey D. Luffy has dreams of raising his own crew, finding One Piece, and declaring himself as Pirate King.

After eating a devil fruit that grants Luffy the power to make his body like rubber, it gives him enormous strength and agility.

When Luffy finally comes of age, he sets sail from Foosha Village in East Blue and sets upon his grand adventure to become the next Pirate King.

When and Where Can I Watch One Piece?

One Piece is scheduled to be released on August 31, 2023. You can watch One Piece on Netflix.

One Piece Wallpaper and Images

One Piece Parents Guide and Age Rating | 2022
One Piece Parents Guide and Age Rating | 2022

Who is in the Cast of One Piece?

Here is the list of cast and characters.

  • Iñaki Godoy as Monkey D. Luffy  
  • Emily Rudd as Nami  
  • Peter Gadiot as Shanks  
  • Mackenyu as Roronoa Zoro  
  • Stevel Marc as Yassop  
  • Taz Skylar as Sanji  
  • Jacob Gibson as Usopp  
  • McKinley Belcher III as Arlong  
  • Jeff Ward as Buggy  
  • Langley Kirkwood as Ax Hand Morgan  
  • Sven Ruygrok as Cabaji

One Piece Official Trailer

ONE PIECE | Official Teaser Trailer | Netflix
One Piece Parents Guide and Age Rating

One Piece FAQ

What is the Age Rating of One Piece?

One Piece is Rated TV-14.

Can teens watch One Piece?

No, teens can’t watch One Piece.

Is One Piece appropriate for children under the age of 14?

No, One Piece is not appropriate for children under the age of 14.

Know about the One Piece Parent guide. Why does One Piece receive this age rating? Read the complete information here about One Piece ratings in the UK, US, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, and overseas.

In fact, the age rating is fixed by the MPAA( Motion Picture Association of America film rating system),  BBFC (British Board of Film Classification), and Commons Sense, TV Parental Guidelines (A television content rating system in the United States).

One Piece
One Piece Wallpaper and Images

Director: Steven Maeda and Matt Owens

Date Created: 2022-06-22 04:05

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