Back in the day, you had to go out to a video store, look in a private room behind some beaded curtains for a video, drive back home, and then use your VHS player to get nakedness on your television. Or, even worse, you had to call a numbe r and pay over the phone each time you wanted to watch some nudity on screen. But we've come a long way, baby, and now pretty much every channel barring basic cable has their own way for a viewer to get their eyes on some boobs and some butts. We've gathered the 14 most naked shows on television for you, and happy watching!
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In the not-so-distant past, TV shows depicted married couples — like Lucy and Ricky Ricardo — sleeping in separate twin beds to uphold the moral codes of the time along with censorship rules. Free from the FCC's indecency and profanity regulations, premium cable channels in the late 90s and early s started featuring programming that pushed the boundaries of what was once considered acceptable nudity on TV. In the late 90s, it wasn't uncommon to see bare breasts or butts in sex scenes. And even nowadays a man's full-frontal region is no holds barred. It resonated with women around the world, as it examined issues women commonly experienced in their relationships, but perhaps never talked about publicly. Men have even credited the show for giving insight into the female perspective on sex and relationships.
Back in the days of yore, it was a rarity to even see a post-sex "we're under the covers" scene on television. But TV has gotten more progressive and open-minded about intercourse yay! In other words, sex is normal, and there's no reason to shy away from it on television.
Skip navigation! Story from TV Shows. When we sit down to watch a specific TV show, we know what we want to get out of it. We watch Girls to judge the four protagonists' questionable life decisions. We watch Breaking Bad to sympathize with an antihero and test our own moral compasses.