Netflix fans complain new series The Society has TOO MUCH sex in it

NETFLIX show The Society has made fans cringe because the new teen horror drama features "too much sex".

The 10-episode series, which was released on May 10, is packed full of "erotic" scenes between horny teenagers who have been left to fend for themselves and it's proved too much for viewers to take.

Around 200 teenagers aged 17 to 18 years old returned home from a school trip to find their town empty and the become obsessed with politics, sex and violence.

But viewers have raged about the show and complained that the episodes are littered with X-rated scenes.

One person remarked: "I just started watching The Society on Netflix. If this is young adult, damn. Those teenagers are having more sex then most adults."

And one moaned: "I’m watching The Society on Netflix and it’s pretty much a bunch of teenagers having sex with each other"

Another wrote: "The new netflix series the society is wack, after every little thing that happens there’s a sex scene or something sexual on screen hands down."

And one more said: "My brother is making me watch the society on netflix and its really good except for the abundant sex scenes between highschoolers".

Another moaned: "#TheSociety has some of the most erotic sex scenes I’ve seen in years."

Their comments come are Forbes described the first episode of the series as “typical Netflix”.

While the site claimed that the show has a very strong concept in mind, it apparently feels too “standard for its own good”.

Forbes' review claimed The Society succeeds at meeting its purpose in every way but feels stale in storytelling.

But then again, it’s a teen drama.

Hollywood Reporter says the show isn't always as fresh or fluid as it thinks it is, but has some big ideas and moves well.

According to Refinery 29 a scene involving bad boy Campbell, his new love interest Elle, and a bathtub will likely go down as one of the most haunting images on Netflix this year.

The new series stars a host of rising actors including Big Little Lies' Kathryn Newton, Blockers' Gideon Adlon and Legion's Rachel Keller.

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