Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Nashville is aimed at families with older kids and will probably appeal to both parents and teens. But there are some sexually charged scenes, albeit brief, that include steamy kissing and suggested nudity, along with a teen character who sleeps with multiple partners. Language is mild, with audible words like "hell," "damn," and "shut up," and there's some social drinking with allusions to alcoholism.
Sexual activity is suggested with steamy kissing and bare shoulders under sheets, etc., but there's nothing overt. One of the main characters (a teen girl) is extremely promiscuous and sleeps with multiple partners.
Some heated arguing.
Audible language includes "hell," "damn," "shut up," etc.
The message is murky when it comes to characters' ethical choices. Positive choices don't always pay off, while negative choices often yield rewards. Other themes explore the harsh realities of the music business and the influence of political power.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Some social drinking with allusions to characters' past overindulgences.