• Quiet On Set: The Kids Are Not Ok

  • Apr 12 2024
  • Length: 50 mins
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Quiet On Set: The Kids Are Not Ok

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    Revelations from the new docuseries Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV, are making many millennials and Gen Zs re-think their favourite childhood shows. From the bizarre and uncomfortable sexual innuendos... to Drake Bell's heartbreakingly raw story of sexual abuse, we unpack this important documentary.

    Plus, Jessie dives into the surprising reasons why so many people are not having kids anymore.

    And, a disaster Friday morning, a story about a childhood home and the little treat that turned into a little chore... it's our best and worst of the week.

    The End Bits:

    • Listen to yesterday's episode: The Best Career Advice We’ve Ever Received
    • Listen: Followed Home & The Voice In Her Ear: The Times We Trusted Our Gut
    • Listen The Spill: The New Documentary We Were Afraid To Watch
    • Listen to No Filter
    • Read: The parents of Nickelodeon stars are being blamed for the horrors they faced on set. But there’s so much more to this story.

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    CREDITS:

    Hosts: Mia Freedman, Jessie Stephens & Emily Vernem

    Producer: Emeline Gazilas

    Assistant Production: Tahli Blackman

    Audio Producer: Jacob Round

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