I think some of the shit that's been thrown around in these threads is a pretty good setup.>Judy and Nick buddy cops>Solve crimes and mysteries>Keep going with the great, platonic relationship>Keep going with the dynamic in the film and expand on it a bit>A neat idea that's kind of developed is to have a little theme of making their individual roles and strengths swapped from what you would expect; Judy, relying on all the training and fitness she had to attain to graduate top of her class in an academy full of giant animals, would be the muscle of the team, rather than Nick, despite his being larger, older and the man.>Nick would be the brains of the team, using all his knowledge and connections of Zootopia>Judy would also take Nick's assumed position as the womanizer, between fear of pregnancy due to nearly constantly being in heat and her zest to "try everything".
That last bit is pushing the envelope a little, but Zootopia is already setup as being progressive, and there are some kids shows that base their whole deep lore around lesbianism; see our self-proclaimed autist.>Mostly a scheme of one crime or mystery solved per episode>Some lore, but only to expand and detail the world of Zootopia, not to become the focus of the show like Lesbians the Cartoon>There would be continuity, however. A definite timeline, events of one episode affecting future episodes, all that stuff>Later in series, maybe have the continuity and moderate doses of lore come together in season finales>Occasional slice of life or comedic episode featuring some other character or group of characters>Later in series some drama on one offered detective promotion, the other not
As far as mature content went, moderate violence, maybe even some blood, but nothing edgy. Just enough for it to pass as a detective, buddy cop action thing. As far as any lewdness goes, very little and in the form of jokes that fly way over younger audiences' heads, just like in the movie.