Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that within the context of silly, preteen humor, main characters face normal adolescent challenges: How do I fit in? Will my friends like me if I'm different? How do I get her/him to notice me? Girls and boys talk about each other in the context of romantic relationships, dating, and kissing, but no sex. Tweens will certainly notice the glitz and glamour of the pop princess, but her actual appeal is how she faces everyday challenges in this dynamic part of development. (Note: The show's fourth and final season is promoted under the title Hannah Montana Forever.)
Mild flirtations (more as the characters get older), discussions about crushes, some kissing and hugs.
Some typical tween jargon such as "He's so hot."
By giving Hannah/Miley at least somewhat relatable problems, the show helps kids figure out ways to cope with similar issues in their own lives. Overall it's upbeat and positive.
Lots of girl talk about shopping, clothes, etc.
Drugs / Tobacco /