The actress has admitted to having concerns over some of the plots.
Blake Lively has been speaking pretty frankly about Gossip Girl, the TV show that made her a global name.
Are you ready to hear this?
The actress – who played insanely popular and glamorous party girl Serena Van Der Woodsen – reckons the programme didn’t always set a good example for viewers.
In case you’ve never seen it (we urge you to spend this weekend catching up on Netflix if so), the show follows a group of privileged teens from New York’s Upper East Side whose lives are documented by a blogger.
The mysteriously individual, who writes under the guise of Gossip Girl, loves nothing more than exposing people’s scandalous secrets - and it seems that no one is safe.
To give you more of an idea about what Blake, 27, means, the plot of the drama series, which ran from 2007 - 2012, was often dark and covered some rather risqué topics.
'People loved it, but it always felt a little personally compromising - you want to be putting a better message out there,’ she revealed to Female First.
‘When parents would say, “My teenager is watching your show,” I wanted to say, “Hold on. Why? Are you having a talk with them after?”
‘From the drug use to the point where we’re killing people, it’s sexual and salacious.’
Despite this, Blake - who became a mum for the first time at the end of last year - only has good things to say about the storylines which saw her character getting on with Leighton Meester’s alter-ego Blair Waldorf.
Again, for anyone who’s not aware, it’s fair to say that Serena and BFF Blair had a pretty explosive relationship at times.
‘I loved it when they put Blair and Serena as best friends supporting each other.'