TV Shows That Show More Skin Than Game Of Thrones

Posted by Zainab Pervez in Entertainment On 1st March 2021
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What shows can a person watch when they want to be turned on? Here's the list that mentions the names of TV series with the most scenes of nudity and sex.

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These TV shows are hot, hot, hot.

We love to watch TV shows for the storylines, the plot twists, and the character arcs. Sometimes we just want to watch attractive people get it on with each other on camera, and we won’t feel bad about it. In a TV landscape saturated with nudity and exposed buttocks, these shows stand out for portraying sex in interesting (and yes, explicit) ways. And it's hot.

 We have rounded up the sexiest TV shows for you to watch when you want to get turned on!

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Shameless

The U.S. version of Shameless premiered in 2011, and since then, the show has given fans 11 seasons of wild sex scenes. But don’t expect sensual love-making from this dramedy. Shameless, which follows a dysfunctional family in Chicago, shows sex in all its awkward glory.

The most positive aspect of “Shameless,” though, is that it is equal-opportunity nakedness. Men, women, straight, gay, young, old — they’re all naked at some point.

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Black Sails

Black Sails is an American dramatic adventure television series set on New Providence Island and a prequel to Robert Louis Stevenson's novel Treasure Island. Nude scenes are so plentiful in Black Sails that it seems like just a part of everyday life for its characters.

Viewers often see bare bottom and breasts, as well as full-frontal nudity. While we see several instances of explicit female nudity, there are various instances of full-frontal male nudity in the first season as well.

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True Blood

True Blood is based on The Southern Vampire Mysteries series of novels by Charlaine Harris, detailing the co-existence of vampires and humans in Bon Temps, a fictional small town in northwestern Louisiana.

Throughout the series, the audience viewed "fang-bangers," bondage, threesomes, girl-on-girl and boy-on-boy action, orgies, and more. The sex scenes throughout the show are plentiful and raunchy – "True Guilty Pleasure" at its finest.

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Master of Sex

Masters of Sex is a period piece set in the late '50s and '60s based on the book of the same name by Thomas Maier.

Masters of Sex has its fair share of nudity, but most sex scenes are shown in snippets.The series focuses on the rules of sexuality more than the act - and leaves its viewers asking themselves questions like: "How have sexual mores changed?" or "Are we still reluctant to talk about sex?"

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Naked and Afraid

Naked is in the title, I couldn't leave this one off of the list! Yes, it's naked, and no, not the sexy kind of naked. Naked and Afraid takes two strangers–usually a man and a woman—and drops them in a desolate, dangerous environment, with no food, water, or clothing. And they have to just survive. They've got to make it to 21 days in the jungle.

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Spartacus: Blood and Sand

Spartacus: Blood and Sand is the first season of Starz's Spartacus series, which follows a gladiator in ancient Rome. Period costumes, action, drama, lots of sexy times and nudity. The show's inspired by the legend of a Thracian general, Spartacus (Liam McIntyre), who was sold into slavery and forced to be a gladiator. When telling the story of his revolutionary rise, the TV show sprinkles in lots of nudity.

Spartacus featured full-frontal nudity from both women and men – and the number of instances was pretty equal. In fact, for some characters, including males, it was a rarity to be clothed at all. Full-frontal male nudity is the norm for this show.

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Orange Is the New Black

OITNB ended in 2019 after seven seasons, but the show, which follows a group of inmates at a women’s prison in New York.  There are occasional instances of brief partial nudity; however, sexuality on the series is used for the purpose of exploring the relationships (both intimate and platonic) of the women locked behind bars.

The scenes were hot and heavy between the majority female cast, and the series never shied away when it came to showing the explicit details. This show has an abundance of nude scenes.

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Secret Diary

This ITV classic follows a high-end call girl (played by Doctor Who alum Billie Piper) who relays the often-hilarious tales of the trade.

The sexual humor derives from the odd sexual requests that Hannah Baxter (Billie Piper) receives as a high-class call girl in London. For example, one client, while having sex with “Belle,” (her pseudonym) asks to refer to herself as different barnyard animals, such as a goat and pig; another client wants to wrestle sumo-style before doing the deed; and (arguably) the strangest was when a client requested bottle-feeding before sealing the deal.

While there is an abundance of sex in Secret Diary, viewers are only privy to partial nudity, albeit much of it, including bare breasts and bottoms.

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Californication

The title is literally a play on the word "fornication," you should know going in that you're in for a lot of sex and, a lot of nudity. Californication follows protagonist Hank Moody (David Duchovny), an L.A.-based novelist, struggling to overcome his sex addiction, among other things like alcoholism and drug use.

Ironic enough, Duchovny went to treatment for his own sex addiction during the production of the show - a classic case of life imitating art imitating life.

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Outlander

From kinky foreplay to consensual rough play, this skin-sational Starz series, which is based on the books by Scottsdale author Diana Gabaldon, is as hot as they come. But what makes “Outlander” different is that its sex scenes don’t just serve to titillate, they’re always purposeful and move the story forward. But they’re still as hot as they come.

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Banshee

From Alan Ball, the creator of 'True Blood,' comes this thrilling Cinemax action series that charts the twists and turns of Lucas Hood (Antony Starr), a recently paroled ex-con who assumes the identity of a small town's new sheriff.

Banshee's first season certainly was an enjoyable one - despite its indulgence in boobs and blood, it managed to carve out a little niche of pulpy drama powered by great performances across the main cast.  Banshee is chock full of gratuitous nudity and sex.

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The Girlfriend Experience

An anthology series that explores the relationships between female escorts and their clients. The Girlfriend Experience reinvents itself from a character study into an ensemble piece, thoughtfully unpacking thorny aspects of sexuality.  It boldly weaves their stories into an already depraved world of greed, lust, and power. 

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Euphoria

HBO's gritty teen drama, Euphoria, is all about the darkest side of teenage life and it dives headfirst into heavy issues like drug use and sex in honest and real ways. So, yes, nudity is a given. Euphoria is so explicit in its weary portrait of drug use, sex, pills, drink, apps, erect penises, loving sex, cruel sex, and nude pics, ever-present, and lurking, but horrifyingly casual, as if they are an inexorable part of these particular fictional, middle-class, suburban teenagers’ existences.

West World

Taking place in the future at a themepark for adults of the same name, allowing visitors to become gunslingers in the Wild West. This show pulls no punches. Full-frontal nudity, group-sex scenes and robot necrophilia are all places this series has been willing to go. But the show’s co-creators say they make sure that the amount of nudity is equal between the men and women in the cast.

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The Girl's Guide To Depravity

The Girl's Guide to Depravity is a comedy/drama series based on Heather Rutman's popular book and blog of the same name. Sex is aplenty throughout the course of the show, and viewers often see exposed bare breasts and bottoms. The series has been praised for the realism it brings to sex scenes and not over-choreographing them with unnecessary and oftentimes unbelievable moaning and screaming viewers are accustomed to hearing.

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Altered Carbon

Based on the 2002 book of the same name, Altered Carbon takes place 300 years in the future where memories and consciousness can be transplanted into an organically created "surrogate" called a "sleeve", following Takeshi, a political operative with mercenary skills as he wakes up suddenly in a new "sleeve" and is given the choice to go to jail for his crimes or help the police solve a murder they believe his "sleeve" has committed. Everyone gets naked on this show. Naked AF.

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Vinyl

This short-lived HBO series about the record industry boasted an A-list cast with the likes of Olivia Wilde and Juno Temple, as well as some of the rawest, most real moments of TV nudity ever to hit the airwaves.

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The Affair

The Affair is another show where the title implies a little bit of nudity must be involved. Following two married couples, Cole (Joshua Jackson) and Allison (Ruth Wilson) as well as Noah (Dominic West) and Helen (Maura Tierney), as Noah and Allison embark on the titular affair, the show shows the affair from both halves' perspective. There's plenty of sex, and plenty of skin to be found here.

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Harlots

A series that is directed only by women and boasts all-female writing and producing team who promise as much male nudity as female nudity. The show about 18th century London sex workers has proven itself as one of the few shows on television to master feminist sex scenes, with nudity used only to serve a purpose in the story.

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Girls

Girls follows the lives of a close group of 20-somethings living in New York City. There are no boundaries to the amount of time the main character Hannah (Lena Dunham, who also created the show) spends naked in the show. We have seen her eating cake on a toilet nude, playing ping-pong nude, talking on the phone nude, and often just being nude for the sake of being nude.

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Easy

Easy is an anthology series following modern romance in Chicago, so there's plenty of sex to be found here. Given that each episode follows a new storyline, and the show has some of your favorite celebs, you may get a glimpse of someone who you never knew you wanted to see in the nude!

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Elite

Elite, a high school drama set in Spain, maybe in Spanish, but anyone can understand its hot and heavy sex scenes. The show follows a group of students who find themselves involved in a murder case. Along the way, several of the students became attracted to each other and find a way to have sex in the middle of classes and a homicide investigation. Elite are having truly wild, explicit sex — and seriously enjoying it. This is a show that also features a butt-baring locker room romp. 

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Sex And The City

Sex and the City follows a sex columnist in New York City and her very sexually active friends. Each episode deals with some storyline related to sex, whether it be threesomes, blowjobs or even “golden showers.” Expect lots of nudity from this show. Based on the book of the same name by Candace Bushnell, Sex and the City follows the personal and professional lives of four 30-something plus women in New York City. This series shows explicitly sexual content, featuring both explicit sex scenes and scenes of women talking explicitly about sex.

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The L Word

When The L Word premiered in 2004, it became popular among the LGBTQ community for its uncensored same-sex sex scenes. The show a group of friends in West Hollywood, California, many of whom are lesbians, as they deal with love, friendship, and, yes sex.  This show lauded for its portrayal of queer sexuality — follows the sex lives of a group of women living in Los Angeles.

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