The supernatural family at the center of the action is interested in peace and justice and fighting the forces of evil. They're also a close-knit family who supports one another.
Violence tinged with the supernatural: A woman is hit by a car and killed when she is in the form of a cat; innocent people are murdered by a mysterious force. We see dead bodies and some blood, but no gore and the level of menace is rather mild.
All of the main characters date and flirt. A woman cheats on her fiance with his brother. A woman who transforms into a cat is seen fully naked from the rear.
Some cursing, generally in suprise and not fury: "Holy s--t!" Also, some casual language like "pissed."
The series Witches of East End is based on a series of books; readers may want to check them out if they like the show.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
One character is a bartender; many scenes take place in a bar and there are references to drinking ("I need a drink!") and drunkenness. Casual references to peyote in a potion.