With the reveal that the My Little Pony Movie got a PG rating despite the show sporting a TV-Y rating, reception was rather divided. There were those who know that this movie is meant to appeal not just to kids and fans, but the movie going audience in general, and that a PG rating will attract the largest crowd of kids and adults possible. We all know about the negative connotation of the G rating, and how executives seem to think of it as strictly for kids instead of just not excluding them as an audience. On the flip side, there are people who believe the rating system is broken, that a G rating can still be pretty epic and scary at times, and that the actual show can get away with plenty of scary content with its usual rating. This is definitely not an uncommon debate, as I've heard people talking about whether films like Tangled, Big Hero 6, and The Boxtrolls should've been G's or stayed PG. Heck, some of the lighter PG films are given the equivalent of G ratings in other countries. What do I think? Well, theoretically speaking, if a preschool show (like say, Sofia The First) got a theatrical film rated PG despite the show's TV-Y rating , then I'd truly believe that the G rating is pretty much gone. Since something like that hasn't happened, I'd just call the G rating falling out of fashion, but still within the realm of possibility of being used regularly in the future again. What do you think? Do you think the G rating is pretty much gone? Or do you think it can make a huge comeback? Share your thoughts below.