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Common Sense Media says

Formulaic sci-fi cop drama racks up the bodies.

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Teen, 16 years old Written byrebma97 January 12, 2014
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Couldn't get into it

I agree with CSM's review on this; Intelligence feels formulaic. I decided to watch the first episode, as it looked interesting, and it starred two actors I knew (Josh Holloway from "Lost" and Megan Orey from "Once Upon A Time". The first 5-10 minutes was nonstop action, which lost my interest, but I decided to stay and see if it got more interesting. Unfortunately, I still couldn't get into it. I might watch the later episodes, but this doesn't really look like a winner to me. Violence: Lots of action, including guns and other weapons are used. Blood is shown. Sex: The two leads are attracted to each other, and there are minor sexual references. Language: Swearing like "hell" is used. On a side note: I did find it offensive that the antagonists in the first episode were Chinese.
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing