Since its initial episode, ‘House of Cards,’ Netflix has been constantly pushing the frontiers of what is possible with TV shows. Much has happened in the globe since then, but one thing that hasn’t altered is their capacity to develop and transmit shows that have become the face of television today. They’ve done so not only through streaming critically acclaimed series, but also by dictating what can and cannot be displayed. They’ve also been pretty free-spirited when it comes to sexual content, which has been raucous and exciting yet never crossing the line into porn. Here is a list of the most sexiest Netflix shows available right now.
Table Of Content
- 1 Bridgerton (2020 – )
- 2 Dark Desire (2020 – )
- 3 Easy (2016 – )
- 4 Elite (2018 –)
- 5 GLOW (2017 – )
- 6 Grey’s Anatomy (2006 –)
- 7 Gypsy (2017 – )
- 8 House of Cards (2013 – 2018)
- 9 How To Get Away With Murder (2014 –)
- 10 Jessica Jones (2015 – 2018)
- 11 Luke Cage (2016 – 2018)
- 12 Millennials (2018 – )
- 13 Orange Is The New Black (2013 –)
- 14 Outlander (2014 – )
- 15 Sex Education (2019-)
- 16 Shameless (2011 –)
- 17 The Borgias (2011 – 2013)
- 18 Too Hot To Handle (2020 – )
- 19 Valeria (2020 – )
- 20 What/If (2019)
Bridgerton (2020 – )
‘Bridgerton’ is an intriguing drama set in the upper levels of British society. The drama is set in the early 1800s and follows the Bridgerton family and their love tales. ‘Bridgerton,’ based on Julia Quinn’s historical fiction novel series, explores sexual visual flourishes depicting amorous liaisons. There are plenty of whispers, gossips, conflicts, and scorching sex scenes in this film. The show is based on the Bridgerton family’s interactions, with a focus on women’s heterosexual fantasies. ‘Bridgerton’ highlights the thrilling interactions and provides a compelling story worth binge-watching. The luxuriously rich production of Shonda Rhimes and Chris Van Dusen is as lovely as the romantic aspects that define the Regency Era and its exquisite attractiveness. This drama will captivate viewers as it immerses them in the world of period romance with its beautiful and intriguing characters.
Dark Desire (2020 – )
‘Dark Desire,’ a Mexican thriller series, focuses on the romantic exploits of Alma, who is married to Leo and has a teenage daughter. Alma suspected Leo of having an affair with his secretary and informs her friend Brenda of her suspicions. Brenda proposes that Alma do the same under the guise that Leo must be let off easy. Alma succumbs to her friend’s suggestion as well as her own wants, and has sex with Dario, a young man she meets at a nightclub. However, there is a catch. Although it is proven that Leo was not cheating on her, Alma has already committed to her lust and desires. There are seductive and passionate sex scenes. ‘Dark Desire’ is a must-see for everyone who like a thriller with plenty of sensuality.
Easy (2016 – )
‘Easy’ follows a tangled network of Chicago friends as they navigate the modern maze of love, technology, and culture. Although the stories are loosely connected, the majority of the episodes can be seen as a short film. Some of the cast members include Dave Franco, Orlando Bloom, Kate Micucci, and Kiersey Clemons. Overall, it’s an excellent mature drama about people and relationships.
Elite (2018 –)
‘Elite,’ a Spanish show, has exploded in popularity since its release on Netflix. The story revolves around three friends who receive a scholarship to Spain’s most prestigious private school. The show is lighthearted and revolves around a group of high school students who live and study together. Naturally, there are numerous steamy moments with all of the pupils in their class, both heterosexual and homosexual. In addition to the primary plot, there is a murder mystery that runs parallel to it. The show has received mixed reviews, but several critics have noted that it does what it sets out to do, which is certainly a good thing. So, for anyone who enjoys watching teen dramas, this is a must-see show. In the first month after its release on Netflix, ‘Elite’ earned roughly 20 million views.
GLOW (2017 – )
‘GLOW’ (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling) covers the life of a group of ladies who are attempting to break into the entertainment industry. This Netflix original is inspired by the 1980s women’s wrestling league. Alison Brie portrays a desperate actress in search of a challenging and empowering role. She has, however, been unable to locate one for quite some time. As a result, she ends up on GLOW. It has an almost entirely female cast, similar to ‘Orange is the New Black.’ ‘GLOW,’ which has already been renewed for a second season, is one of Netflix’s most enticing TV shows.
Grey’s Anatomy (2006 –)
‘Grey’s Anatomy’ is a show that doesn’t require any introduction. This show about the personal and professional lives of Seattle Grace Hospital doctors is well-known all around the world. ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ boasts a vast, great ensemble that gives unforgettable performances, in addition to combining light comedy and romance with intense, dramatic events. It has interesting and complicated characters. If you’re looking for a sexy show, it’s certainly worth your time.
Gypsy (2017 – )
‘Gypsy,’ directed by Lisa Rubin and starring Naomi Watts, is a psychological thriller. ‘Gypsy’ is a female-driven drama about a psychotherapist named Jean Holloway who infiltrates the lives of her patients in an unassuming manner. Jean’s longing to be with Sidney, a lady she meets through her patient, goes unmet. When Jean is on the receiving end of her displeasure, she is unable to consider the implications of her dissatisfaction on her marriage with her husband, Michael. The visual description of the wants is done in an unfettered manner, with some tempting lovemaking sequences depicted. In the end, ‘Gypsy’ leaves the audience with a lot of unanswered questions. Nonetheless, it is a show that takes us through Jean’s sexual liberation—an exploration made possible by her ambition to achieve more than what is expected of her.
House of Cards (2013 – 2018)
‘House of Cards’ is one of the best political dramas in television history. The show is a recreation of the British version from 1990, with some changes made by Netflix to make it more American. Francis (Frank) Underwood is a politician that is as vicious as they come. When President-elect Walker refuses to appoint him as Secretary of State, Underwood embarks on a mission to bring Walker and his closest associates to their knees. Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright deliver outstanding performances in this film. There are plenty of sex scenes in this series. Underwood’s romance with reporter Zoe Barnes (Kate Mara) heats up as the days pass. The show also features homosexual relationships, threesomes, and a variety of other topics.
How To Get Away With Murder (2014 –)
Viola Davis, one of the most well-known actresses in the world, starring in this show. She portrays Annalise Keating, a seasoned criminal defense attorney who also teaches law at a university. She has mentored five promising law students who serve as interns at her firm. These five pupils, as well as Keating, become the show’s topic. Keating has a number of filthy tactics in her sleeve that come in handy when she is assisting her clients in committing major crimes such as murder. She has been known to turn the case around on the victim. The play features a number of sexual acts in which both the lecturer and the pupils gladly participate. Davis suffered a significant back injury while performing one of the sex scenes with Billy Brown because the sex sequences are so crammed with motions.
Jessica Jones (2015 – 2018)
‘Jessica Jones,’ starring Krysten Ritter, is the story of a former superhero who now works as a private investigator. She is an excellent employee, but she is a full alcoholic. Jessica only has Patty as a friend. Jessica moved home with Patty and her mother after her parents died in a car accident. In the series, Luke Cage makes a cameo, and the two hit it off right away. There are also very passionate situations between the two superheroes in the show. After they’ve saved the planet, they’ll need to take off some steam. The film ‘Jessica Jones’ has garnered favorable reviews from both critics and audiences. It is well-known for its neo-noir flair. This show will appeal to fans of detective stories and characters from comic books. The fact that the creators strove to make a superhero story as realistic and harsh as possible is laudable.
Luke Cage (2016 – 2018)
After ‘Daredevil’ and ‘Jessica Jones,’ ‘Luke Cage’ was the third Marvel series to air on Netflix. It portrays the story of a superhero in New York’s Harlem neighborhood. Cage is a man who is unaffected by bodily discomfort. His skin is bulletproof, and he’s as tough as a monster truck. The series is a blaxploitation film homage from the 1970s. Mike Colter plays Cage, a guy with superhuman talents who seeks to start a new life in New York while also attempting to reduce the city’s crime and corruption. Cage is just as good in bed as he is at fighting multiple people at the same time. There are also some very sexy situations throughout the show that will have you wanting more.
Millennials (2018 – )
‘Millennials,’ an Argentine drama, follows three couples: Benja and Ariana, Juanma and Flor, and Rodri and Alma. The characters are self-employed professionals and business owners. The show follows them through their life, highlighting intimate moments and lavish lovemaking scenes. They go to sex hotels on occasion, which are normally rented by the hour. Their sexcapades take up a significant portion of the broadcast, and viewers may relax and enjoy their encounters. The show is not just about eroticism. It addresses crucial social topics such as unintended pregnancies and the dangers of abortion. Given that abortion was previously banned in Argentina, the gravity of the situation becomes much more apparent. ‘Millennials’ is a humorous take on social interactions in the metropolis of Buenos Aires, and it’s a great guilty pleasure movie.
Orange Is The New Black (2013 –)
OITB is one of the first Netflix original programs, and it is unquestionably a show that pushes the frontiers of television. The series features intriguing characters and a fascinating theme. It is based on a novel written by Piper Kerman, who served time in prison for assisting her lover in the laundering of narcotics money. The play is based on her experiences as a female inmate in a women’s prison. This series contains drama, comedy, and a plethora of lesbian sex scenes. We also get a glimpse of Piper’s sex life after she was released from prison.
This Netflix original has been nominated for six Golden Globes and is very entertaining and addictive. Despite the fact that the show features a large cast of characters, their growth is beautifully depicted. The cast (which includes Piper Chapman, Uzo Aduba, Taryn Manning, Laura Prepon, and others) is also extremely skilled. The show has received a lot of attention for dealing maturely with issues including gender, sexuality, and ethnicity. One of the most remarkable characteristics of the series is the black comedy, which has received a lot of praise. A favorable part of the show is that it depicts jail life accurately and that the characters are not clichés.
Outlander (2014 – )
‘Outlander,’ a historical drama based on Diana Gabaldon’s eponymous novel, follows Claire Randall (Caitriona Balfe), a nurse who served in World War II. Claire is sent to Scotland in 1743, where she becomes embroiled in the Jacobite rebellion. Claire encounters Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan), a Highland warrior with whom she forms a romantic relationship. The series was praised by reviewers and viewers alike for its distinctive and fulfilling rendition of the source material. ‘Outlander,’ created by Ronald D. Moore, combines fantasy, time travel, and history to create a unique blend of genres. The series has received particular recognition for recognizing the female gaze in its seductive sex scenes. Claire and Jamie’s epic romance has evolved over the seasons and is widely regarded as one of the most sexiest television shows.
Sex Education (2019-)
‘Sex Education,’ a Netflix original series about a teenager whose mother is a sex therapist, is a daring choice. Otis, the adolescent in question, grew up in a household where sex was a topic that was frequently discussed. Otis is constantly surrounded by books, pamphlets, and other reading material, which has made him an expert on the subject. When Otis’ peers learn about his home situation and his knowledge of the issue, he decides to start taking therapy sessions himself and encourages his classmate Maeve to join him in the venture. However, as he deals with his friends’ difficulties, Otis finds that he, too, has a lot of unresolved sexual issues. ‘Sex Education’ has an intriguing premise, as no other TV show has ever freely discussed such intimate facts regarding sex. Furthermore, the series encourages viewers to have a healthy mental attitude toward sex, which is a great message that should be taken seriously by all.
Shameless (2011 –)
‘Shameless’ is based on a British television series of the same name. With six children, an absent mother, and an alcoholic father, the Gallaghers are a destitute Irish American family. Fiona Gallagher, the eldest, does her best to look after her many brothers and sisters. Every episode features a bizarre, dramatic circumstance involving one or more of the Gallagher six. It has an unmistakable rawness to it. And the entire cast gives outstanding performances. Aside from that, the writing strikes the appropriate combination of humour and drama. The characters (and the performers) grow and confront huge obstacles throughout the course of eight seasons. In the film, Fiona’s character has some passionate and intimate scenes. The show’s performances, dark comedy, and portrayal of blue-collar families have all been lauded. The majority of critics have praised the series and deemed it a must-see.
The Borgias (2011 – 2013)
The royal families of the Middle Ages appear to enjoy a lot of sensuality in their opulent mansions. Shows like “The Tudors” and “The Borgias” would have us believe otherwise. We follow the Borgia family as they rise to power in the Roman Catholic church in this show. Rodrigo Borgia secures his place as Pope Alexander VI through bribery, with the support of his son. He has, however, made enemies in the College of Cardinals, who are plotting against him. ‘The Borgias’ boasts an excellent cast and is well-paced.
The sets and costumes are also well-crafted, and the script is extremely well-written. Almost every scene appears to have been stolen from a Renaissance artwork in its entirety. This one is a must-see for historical drama fans, with plenty of twists and turns to keep you on the edge of your seat. The first season depicts Pope Alexander VI’s ascension to the throne of the Christian world through deception and deception. The family is profoundly entangled in the shady dealings of European kings and their tumultuous power conflicts. There’s plenty of vulgar sex on the program, and there’s even a hint of an incestuous relationship inside the family.
Too Hot To Handle (2020 – )
‘Too Hot to Handle,’ a reality television show, is a dating game in which competitors are coached by a virtual host named Lana. The candidates are forbidden from having sexual contact with one another and must work through their bodily impulses. In their search, they face difficulties since they must maintain a platonic relationship in an environment where hedonism is the norm. ‘Too Hot to Handle’ takes you on a journey through adulthood, self-control, and emotional awareness. A portion of the prize money of $100,000 is deducted for each sexual act committed. The severity of the punishment is determined on the type of the sexual act. ‘Too Hot to Handle’ offers an intriguing premise: a group of people who profess to be prurient are forced to be celibate. The reality program certainly elevates the stakes, and viewers should anticipate the competitors to struggle to hold back their undeniable desire.
Valeria (2020 – )
‘Valeria,’ a lavish sex comedy, is a Spanish sitcom created by Mara López and based on Elsabet Benavent’s novel series ‘En Los Zapatos de Valeria.’ Valeria (Diana Gomez), a married author, is dissatisfied with her life because she feels something is missing from her marriage and her writing. Victor, a fascinating, gorgeous young guy with whom Valeria is clearly smitten, walks in. She is having trouble balancing her marriage and her desire to consummate her relationship with Victor. Valeria’s sex life is explored in depth, as is that of her three friends, Lola, Carmen, and Nerea. The sex scenes are raucous to say the least, spanning the gamut from exhibitionism to passionate and courageous lovemaking. The show is equally concerned with the mechanics of sex as it is with the exploration of physical wants.
‘What/If,’ directed by Mike Kelley, is a thriller that examines what happens when good people get involved in bad things. It examines the moral ramifications of such actions and focuses on decisions that have the power to alter the course of a person’s life. Anne Montgomery, played by Rene Zellweger, is a cutthroat venture investor who invests $80 million in a medical business founded by Lisa Donovan (Jane Levy) in exchange for sexual favors from Lisa’s husband, Sean (Blake Jenner). ‘What/If’ investigates the possibilities and results in the face of an apparent downfall, as the title suggests. Lisa accepts Anne’s offer in order to rescue her company, but when she sees her husband on the receiving end, she has no choice but to investigate the reality behind Anne’s generosity. ‘What/If,’ which stars Zellweger in a campy yet delectable performance, establishes its eroticism behind the facade of a hazardous opulence.