When Kaylie Konrad, a super wealthy, 19-year-old reality TV show celebrity, crashes her car, the court hands her a community service sentence. To her surprise, Kaylie learns she must lead a wilderness club at a high school. Team Kaylie Part 3 on Netflix is a sitcom that shows the teen celebrity getting out of her comfort zone, while teaching and learning some life lessons herself.
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How Many Episodes Are in Team Kaylie Part 3?
There are nine episodes in Team Kaylie part three. The runtime of the episode averages between 23-30 minutes. You can check the complete list of Team Kaylie episodes and their release dates below.
- “An Ex to Grind”: February 3, 2020
- “The Old Witcheroo”: February 3, 2020
- “19 Is the New 15”: February 3, 2020
- “Pod Awful”: February 3, 2020
- “Warlocks & Headlocks”: February 3, 2020
- “Fears of a Clown”: February 3, 2020
- “Purr-fect Harmony”: February 3, 2020
- “Crossing Wires”: February 3, 2020
- “Bridge Over Troubled Daughter”: February 3, 2020
- Part Two: December 2019
- Part One: September 2019
What Are the Critics Saying About Team Kaylie Part 3?
Team Kaylie Part 3 has no official critics rating or an average audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. The series, however, has a user score of 4.6/10 on IMDB.
Jonathon Wilson from Ready Steady Cut writes, “If aliens saw this show, they’d wipe us out. And honestly, we’d deserve it. How we got here is anyone’s guess. How contemporary culture became this ceaseless parade of vapidity is also a mystery; it happened so fast we barely noticed.”
Decider’s John Serba says, “Sure, the show is bright and cheery in a horribly fake sort of way, and maybe the target audience will be able to extract a life lesson from its simplistic moralizing (e.g., don’t judge a person by her idiotic footwear!).”
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Is Team Kaylie Part 3 Suitable for Kids?
Team Kaylie is rated TV-PG, which means it is suitable for viewers over the age of 14 and parental guidance is recommended for younger children.