Netflix issues warning to viewers over sexy new thriller Obsession
STREAMING service Netflix has been forced to warn viewers over its sexually explicit thriller Obsession.
The drama is based on the steamy affair between married doctor William and his son’s girlfriend Anna.
In one sexually charged scene, William arrived at Anna’s apartment having only met her once and embarked on starting their affair.
And so after a series of complaints, the American based media company took to Twitter to issue a light-hearted warning.
Using its Twitter handle @NetflixUK, a representative wrote: “If you’ve made the (questionable) decision to watch Obsession with your parents, these are the moments you’ll probably want to excuse yourself.”
It went on to inform fans of when to skip past the sex scenes: “Ep1: 26m14s Ep2: 00m32s Ep2: 22m00s Ep3: 10m15s Ep3: 25m58s Ep4: 02m15s.”
The show had appeared on Gogglebox recently but the stars had a very different opinion of the talked about scenes.
The length of the couple’s hook up, was the one thing called into question. They had expected it to last longer and so were left underwhelmed.
Gogglebox veteran Pete Sandiford said: “F***ing hell, he’s done absolutely zero groundwork here. He must be good.”
And his sister Sophie jumped in and said: “He must have cramp.”
Meanwhile as the scene was only two minutes long, Jenny Newby commented: “Oh, is that it?” And her best pal Lee Riley added: “He’s a two-minute wonder.”
Sophie then added: “Not even worth getting undressed for,” prompting Pete to say: “I think that’s why she didn’t bother.”