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Netflix’s Tiny Pretty Things causes stir from viewers for sheer amount of sex scenes

*This story contains spoilers for Tiny Pretty Things*

Netflix’s new series Tiny Pretty Things has caused a stir from some viewers for the number of sex scenes shown in the drama.

The show, which dropped on the streaming site this week, is based on the book by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton.

It is set in an elite ballet academy called Archer School of Ballet and the plot follows the students who attend there.

The first episode begins with tragedy when the ballet school’s best student, Cassie (Anna Maiche) falls off a roof.

Her spot is then given to Neveah (Kylie Jefferson) and as soon as she joins the school, it is clear to see who her rivals are.

One viewer said the ‘sex scenes were so random’ (Picture: Netflix)

The competition is not only fierce, but there are plenty of rumours going around surrounding how Cassie really died.

So far, the series has received mixed reviews from critics, and while some were loving the plot, others couldn’t understand why there were so many sex scenes in it.

The story follows the students at a ballet school (Picture: Sophie Giraud/Netflix)

Taking to Twitter one viewer wrote: ‘It’s is such a messy show and the sex scenes are just so random it’s like 90% of the show.’

 

 

 

 

While another commented: ‘Are they teenagers in this show? Why are the sex scenes so graphic???? What the hell??’

 

 

One added: ‘It’s is basically just made up of decent dance scenes and bad sex scenes.’

Tiny Pretty Things is available to watch on Netflix.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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