Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that trouble literally and figuratively lurks in all the celluloid corners of this family drama. The subject matter veers toward grown-up angst, even though it's populated by both teens and adults. The premise alone -- a mother decamps to the Big Apple with her teen daughters after her husband cheats on her with her daughter's friend -- is enough to raise eyebrows.
Some romantic entanglements, with sex hinted at from time to time, but nothing a teen can't handle.
Punches and kicks are thrown in a quick street skirmish, but no guns or knives ... yet. Blurring the line between urban and suburban drama.
For a drama based in the big city that involves some lippy teens, this show is fairly wholesome, language-wise.
A woman's husband cheats on her with a girl young enough to be his daughter; she then hooks up with her daughter's friend's father. A teen's past includes a diet-pill dependency -- it's all in the mix.
Mom's a fashion designer, and her daughters are in their teens, so labels are casually mentioned. Nothing too overdone.
Drugs / Tobacco /
An occasional glass of wine, a former diet-pill addiction, and so on. It all adds up to potential -- though nothing explicit yet -- land mines.