Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that, although this primetime drama features a pair of secondary teen characters, it's mostly targeting adults with adult problems. That said, there's positive messaging and role modeling to be had if older teens tune in. Sexual content is mostly suggested, although the main character has an unintentional one-night stand (but notably regrets it), and one character frequents a strip club, etc. Audible language includes sexually charged terms like "hooker" and "banging," along with words like "damn," "hell," "bitch," etc. There's also some sports-oriented violence and social drinking.
Sexual innuendo, implied sex (with bare skin but no sensitive body parts shown), and sexually charged terms like "hooker," "banging," and "pop your cherry."
On-the-field action includes shots of hard tackles, etc.
Audible words include "damn," "hell," "bitch," etc.
There's an attempt to drive home positive messages like self-reliance and independence, along with morals like "Nobody defines our worth unless we let them," etc. The concept of family (particularly parent-child relationships) is also an important part of the plot.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Some social drinking in bars, clubs, and restaurants.