Parents' Guide to

Women's Murder Club

By Sierra Filucci, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Strong women team up to solve graphic murders.

TV ABC Drama 2007
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This being a women's club, the leading ladies' personal lives are mixed in with their professional business. Boxer brainstorms about a killer's motive in one breath and complains about her ex-husband in the next. This approach is refreshing in some respects, especially since so many shows highlight competition between women instead of friendship. But the show doesn't really stretch beyond the formula that shows like CSI and Law & Order have perfected.

Murder scenes are graphic, and the camera almost lovingly lingers on bloody bodies and limp limbs; crime details are discussed in great detail throughout each episode. Occasional tense standoffs and chase scenes can be gripping and a little scary. And sex is a common topic between the ladies, with viewers occasionally seeing a peek of what goes on at home.

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