Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Blacklist isn't ruled by violence, but its characters walk around in a dangerous world, where explosions, collisions, shootings, and stabbings come with the territory. As a result, some scenes are bloody but in a realistic rather than gratuitous way. Language is generally tame, too, with mostly gateway terms such as "bitch" and "hell," and any social drinking is scarce.
Sudden moments of violence include explosions, collisions, shootings, and stabbings with some blood, although it's not overly gratuitous. Characters carry weapons and interact with dangerous criminals.
Gateway words such as "bitch" and "hell."
Although there's a sense that justice prevails, the plot generally plays up danger and uncertainty and blurs the line between good and evil when it comes to Red and his real intentions -- whatever they may be.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Social drinking, mostly in the background.