Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this show portrays a newly blended family of eight striving for cohesion. The first-time step-parents sometimes feel out of their league, but by being open-minded and willing to learn from their mistakes, they eventually strike a balance that works for everyone. Very little in the show will raise eyebrows, and the subject matter will resonate with many families.
Among the teens, there's talk of "picking up" guys/girls and which ones are the most attractive and, therefore, desirable. Kissing is shown occasionally, but it never goes further than that.
"Oh my God," "sex," etc.
The parents are patient, loving role models for the kids and handle the challenges of step-parenting with confidence born of their strong relationship with each other.
Drugs / Tobacco /