Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Turn is a historical drama set in 1776, during the early years of the Revolutionary War. Violence tends toward the graphic and realistic, with shootings, stabbings, beatings, and spurting blood. As for sex, it isn't constant, but it's strongly suggested in most episodes with passionate kissing, partial nudity, and some love scenes that leave little to the imagination. Language is generally tame (think "hell" and "damn" and, one time, "tits"), and characters drink socially, sometimes to excess.
Sex is strongly implied with thrusting, moaning, bare backs, and hints of buttocks and breasts; sexual harassment and innuendo.
Graphic visuals include shootings, bayonet stabbings, and beatings that result in dead bodies and spurting blood.
Words such as "damn" and "hell" (and, in one instance, "tits") audible.
The central message is that standing up for what you believe takes courage, passion, and bravery -- but that you might have to betray your family and government to do it. Average citizens can become heroes.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Social drinking; occasional drunkenness.