Overall pretty good
I just watched the pilot, and it was good. The episode began by Kate waking up in bed with her ex husband, and telling him that "there is no sex ever, and even if [they] do have sex, there is no sleeping over after sex." However, the show is not too bad. Kate sees things in black and white, though not defined by the boundaries of the law, but by the boundaries of what is best for the people involved. In the pilot, a young man headed to Yale was driving a car while his friend waved around a gun at the car next to his, and was about to be severely punished, but the kid didn't want his friend to pull a gun, and he tried to stop him. The kid was likely to get ten years, although the DA was going to plead five, but any time would strand him and he wouldn't get to go to college, so Kate fights to get the victim to drop the charges. If you can get past the sex, this show has good messages and a good role model in Kate.
What other families should know
Too much sex
Great role models