Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that there are plenty of corpses in this South Florida-set cop show -- many of which have been festering in the swamp and aren't too pretty. The main character is an irritating-but-brilliant detective who manages to both annoy and impress his coworkers as he connects the dots behind every crime (in other words, he's a lot like plenty of other TV cops). Expect some smoking and drinking (including some use of both by underage characters), suggestive dialogue, gun use, and strong language (including "s--t" and "a--hole").
Some flirting and suggestive dialogue -- including discussions about underage teens having sex -- but little on-screen action. Very quick glimpses of a naked male backside in a hospital setting.
Dead bodies are common in this cop show, and after festering in the swamp for a few days, they aren't always pretty. Some scenes feature guns, though they're brandished more often than they're fired.
Language includes "s--t," "ass," and "a--hole."
The show presents the Everglades as a place where the heat sometimes makes people go a little crazy and bad things happen. People get angry, they lose control, and pretty soon detective Longworth is fishing another corpse out of the swamp.
A few clearly identifiable car models, including a Subaru and the Kia Sorrento.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Some scenes show people, including children, smoking cigarettes. There's also some drinking at bars and parties, sometimes by people who might be underage.