Netflix has a new show, Old Enough, which features Japanese toddlers (ages 2-5 years old) running errands on behalf of their parents.
Netflix calls it
"the most wholesome show you’ve ever seen"
Children are sent out to take care of "simple errands" (on behalf of their parents) in a completely unscripted, 20 episode series.
Overall, the feedback on the show is extremely positive:
But there are definitely people who are extremely uncomfortable with the show:
This has, of course, sparked a parenting debate. Especially within the US:
How do you feel about Old Enough? Cute? Dangerous? Who cares?