Raunchiest TV Shows Ever Made

Thanks to platforms like Netflix, HBO, and Amazon Prime, there is a show for every mood. Want a light laugh? There’s Fleabag with dark comedy. Looking for thrill or goosebumps? Brace yourself for The Haunting of Bly Manor. Creepy? YOU. But when you are in a mood for something spicy, luckily censorship has become a thing of the past. Exciting and steamy shows are now available in abundance without any blurry scenes. If you want to raise the heat, here is a list of the raunchiest TV shows ever made. We are not talking about just passionate romance, but the bold and explicit scenes that compelled you to switch from speakers to headphones. 

Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones was a show about many things-war, ego, desire, vengeance, power, politics and more. But one cannot talk about GOT without vividly recalling the noisy steamy moments. Our time with the early episodes revolved around hopping from battle scenes to bold sexual scenes.


There’s nothing sexier than wanting someone you are not supposed to like. The heat between Daphne and Simon, while they were pretending to like each other for personal gains, was irresistible. But the steamy sex montage that followed later was a reward worth waiting for.

Sex and the City

The name itself reveals what you are about to get. Sex and the City is about a witty columnist, Carrie Bradshaw who navigates the various shades of love life in New York City and pens down her thoughts and experiences in a newspaper sex column. Saying that the show has featured steamy scenes would be an understatement. Thanks to Samantha for boldly and explicitly exploring her sex life like eating from an assorted platter. Even though the show centred on the strong female bond amongst the four friends, the plots were mostly based on their sexual and romantic encounters. 

Orange is the New Black

When Piper Chapman was imprisoned for her involvement with drug money 10 years back, little did we know that things were only about to get hotter from then onwards. She ran into Alex, the person she had transported the drug money to back then. But as it turned out, Alex was more than that. She was Piper’s former lover.


If you ask us, it’s hard to pick just one raunchy moment from the show. It offered us a buffet of steamy scenes since the first episode. The series depicts the life of two best friends, Issa and Molly who are navigating their single lives in Los Angeles through jobs and a series of handsome men.


Sexy mostly begins with the forbidden affair. The show features a heart-throbbing bodyguard, played by Richard Madden, who is assigned to provide protection to the Home Secretary, played by Keeley Hawes. Amidst all the things that could raise the tension in a political and terror drama, this bodyguard ends up getting attracted to the person he hates the most, the Home Secretary.


As you watch this coming-of-age drama where the high schoolers are discovering themselves, you’ll mostly find them having intercourse anywhere, anytime. It’s about the teenagers from Bristol who are doing it in the laundry room, classrooms, and nurse’s office in front of other patients.

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Written by Ipshita Barua