Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this drama deals with mature themes and isn't meant for younger viewers. As female role models, the main characters prove frustratingly complex. Although they wield impressive credentials and have high-powered jobs in a variety of industries, they also spend their free time trashing stay-at-home moms and compiling "revenge-sex spreadsheets" for a friend whose husband has been cheating on her for years. Speaking of sex, there's quite a bit, as well as some language, drinking, and lots of high-end brand names. Proceed with caution.
Characters have frank conversations about sex and infidelity, use words like "penis," and use sexual euphemisms such as "bone voyage" and "dipping his wick." One character explores her sexuality by dating a woman, and the two are shown kissing passionately.
Use of words like "bitch," "ass" and "hell."
When it comes to morality and ethics, these women drag their designer pumps through arguably murky territory. While they're all shown to be successful businesswomen, their behavior isn't always becoming ("revenge sex," anyone?).
Expensive brand names (like Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Henri Bendel and Bergdorf Goodman) are highlighted and celebrated as representing a slice of the "good life."
Drugs / Tobacco /
Adult characters are shown drinking socially but typically do it in moderation.