Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Missing is an action-adventure series centering on a strong and empowered female lead character who's subjected to lots of physical attacks (punches, kicks, gunshots, etc.) that lead to bloody wounds. Explosions and other violence are also visible. Women are shown in sexy clothes, in their underwear, and in various stages of undress or being bathed (though there's no actual nudity). Words like "hell" are sometimes audible; alcohol and cigarettes are occasionally visible. The illegal drug trade is a theme of the show.
References to STDs. Female characters are shown taking off their shirts and removing their bras and having wounds bathed (no visible nudity).
Frequent physical fighting, strangulation, gun shots, explosions, and other violent acts. Bloody wounds are sometimes visible; people sometimes die as a result.
Words like "hell" are occasionally audible.
Missing is a drama about how far a mother will go to help her son, but it also involves so much violence and law-breaking that positive messages are diluted.
Mercedes-Benz, Peugeot, Citroen, and other common European car makes and models are visible.
Drugs / Tobacco /
The illegal drug trade is a main theme. Cigarettes and alcohol are visible.