Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that, like the TV and movie versions of the story that came before it (both called La Femme Nikita), this action series about a former assassin who's vowed to bring down the shadowy government agency that trained her to kill includes plenty of highly efficient action sequences as these human fighting machines go to work on each other with guns, knives, and sometimes their bare hands. Women sometimes go on missions in skimpy attire and are sometimes shown in their underwear for no obvious reason. Parents can also expect mild swearing (like "bitch") -- but the fighting, sometimes to the death, is the biggest red flag here.
Female characters, including Nikita, often appear in slinky dresses, swimsuits, and lingerie. Romantic entanglements lead to kissing.
Nikita is a trained assassin who can kill with her bare hands. Major fight sequences incorporate guns, knives, and other weapons, sometimes to the death (but with little blood/gore). Enemies often commit torture using violence, including electrocution. The violent death of parents is discussed.
Audible language includes words like "bitch," and "screw."
Revenge is a major theme in the show. Loyalty is also important here. Some confusing messages about women who are violent and sexy at the same time.
Logos for products like Jeep vehicles and Dell computers are visible.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Drinking at social functions is visible. Drugs and poisons are often used to subdue operatives.