Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this satisfying crime drama has some pretty intense fight scenes. Chance, the main character, is an expert in martial arts and weapons who protects people whose lives are in danger. When the assailants finally reveal themselves, Chance is there to save the day -- which sometimes results in explosions, gunfights, and more. Much of the rest of the show's content (including language and sex) is on the milder side, but while there's little blood or gore, the combat sequences are a bit heavier-duty than the average TV brawl.
Some flirting and kissing, and suggestions that characters are about to fool around.
Plenty of action -- including explosions, gunfights, and hand-to-hand combat -- though little blood or gore. The fistfights feature a mix of skilled martial arts moves and all-out brawling, making them slightly more intense than the average TV rumble.
Rare words like "sucks" and "hell."
Everybody has secrets, and in this series, those secrets usually come back to haunt people. The main character works as a private bodyguard; his clients don't always share the entire truth about why they might be targets, and this lack of information usually hampers his task. Other characters also use information as leverage to convince people help them.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Characters sometimes relax with drinks after a hard mission, and couples sometimes share wine during romantic interludes.