Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the show's main villains, the Wraith, are an alien race that feed on humans' life-energy. With their pale, sunken faces; washed-out, stringy hair; and clawlike hands, they look pretty creepy, and the process they use to drain victims of their life force isn't pretty. The overall effect could be scary for young children. But older tweens, teens, and adults may enjoy the fright-show, as well as the notion that a race of pseudo-vampires lives in the far reaches of space.
No explicit sexual scenes or nudity, just occasional mild flirtation.
Rather mild combat scenes using blasters that tend to stun people, or aliens, into submission without any gory aftereffects.
No offensive language. In this alternative future, in addition to all sorts of wild technological advances, humans have also managed to learn to control their tongues.
The team is based on a rigid military hierarchy that follows orders, though some maverick characters will occasionally defy orders to follow their gut instincts and are later praised for making such brave and unorthodox choices.
Drugs / Tobacco /
In the future, humans seem to have learned to control desires for such unpleasant vices.