Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that some of the main characters in Star Trek: Voyager die, though they're generally resurrected through a variety of advanced technological devices, including time travel. This can make life and death seem somewhat fluid, rather than a permanent condition, which might seem confusing to some young viewers -- though older children will probably understand that these twists are just one of many common plot devices in the sci-fi realm. Overall, as with most of the Star Trek series, there's not too much content to worry about.
No onscreen sex or nudity, but several romances blossom among the crew during their long voyage home.
Marooned in uncharted space, the Voyager encounters many hostile aliens. Combat often ensues, and some characters have died during the course of the series, but there's no graphic violence.
The series follows the galactic journey of a two groups trying to get home and get along. The Starfleet members and rebels are able to reach an unlikely truce and cooperate to save each other. However, this series lacks some of the metaphors for social issues that made other Star Trek series so impactful.
Star Trek is a commodity in itself.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Occasional social drinking.