Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Musketeers is loosely based on Alexandre Dumas' classic novel but updates the material for modern audiences, adding sexually charged content and fast-paced, realistic violence. Although sex is mostly suggested with partial nudity (bare backs, for example) and heavy kissing, the main characters use swords, knives, and pistols (among other weapons), and there's considerable blood along with death and murder. In keeping with the period, language is comparatively light (think "hell," "damn," and "bastard"), with some social drinking to the point of drunkenness.
Scenes are suggestive with sexually charged kissing, partial nudity (bare backs, for example), and implied intercourse.
Weapons run the gamut from swords to pistols, and murder is a common theme. Some blood, but it isn't excessive.
Infrequent cursing includes "hell" and "damn."
Although teamwork is a recurring theme ("All for one, one for all!"), it's not entirely altruistic since the Musketeers all have something to gain by working together. The world they live in is cutthroat and sinister, and those with power are shown to routinely abuse it.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Social drinking, occasional drunkenness.