Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that since this show is about a forensic anthropologist, many scenes show dead bodies -- some of which are quite grisly. Light sexual discussions take place both jokingly and seriously. Scenes feature fights, guns, and deaths. The characters' interpersonal relationships can get somewhat soap opera-like, but the tone is light overall.
Flashes of lingerie, discussions of sex.
Along with the typical hand-to-hand combat, wrestling, and close range shooting of a network cop show, the series lingers on gruesome corpses who have met their end in very graphic, specific ways.
A great deal of language, such as: "bitch," "ass," "pissed," and "bastard."
The show revolves around the sobering subjects of death and human remains, but in general it keeps a light and quirky tone. The series also reinforces the importance of using teamwork and applied intelligence to solve complicated problems. Science and technology are highlighted in positive ways, too.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Occasional celebratory alcohol drinking or casual cigarette use.