Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that classic sitcom Bewitched -- which revolves around a witch trying to live a regular mortal life in American suburbia -- reflects the values of the time, including some now-dated ideas about men and women's roles in society. Witchcraft is often used to both create conflict and resolve problems, and there's occasional cigar smoking and drinking (by adults). The tensions surrounding societal changes in America over the course of the show's run are subtly addressed -- but all of that will probably go over kids' head as they giggle at the nose twitches and silly scenarios.
Samantha and Darrin were one of the first TV couples to sleep together in the same bed. Samantha is pregnant during some seasons. Occasionally the two are shown hugging or lightly kissing each other.
Some of the gags are physical (falls, etc.), but they're not violent.
Though the series is positive and upbeat and emphasizes the importance of family, it also reflects the values of its time, including now-dated gender roles. That said, there's lso some subtle reflection of the changing social attitudes that took place during the 1960s and early '70s.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Occasionally men are shown smoking cigars (accurate for the era). Hard liquor and cocktails are sometimes visible. Sometimes magical spells make characters act a little "tipsy."