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 22 most naked shows on television for you, and happy watching!
Nudity in American television
Nudity in American television - Wikipedia
Just when we thought that to break through the cable-TV noise you needed to flail some testicles with a cat-o'-nine-tails or watch someone's mom have sex, HBO proves all you need is a randy court stenographer, played by Alexandra Daddario, and the lack of a T-shirt. Have boobs finally jumped the shark? Is it over? Yeah, probably not. We don't know who thought of it, but they should be richer than Pam Anderson by now. And something from the BBC! Prime example: Cave-Bath Steamed Nipples above.
The 16 Most Important Moments in Naked TV History
Almost every condition under the sun was featured in this show — they even had a penis special! I get that this was in the interest of education, but like, why would you choose to strip off for millions of viewers when the GP is right there?! The show covered pretty much everything you could think of — suspicious spots on the bum, concerning rashes, and "problematic penises" to name a few. The show follows pairs of couples, friends, or family members signing up to get mystery tattoos designed by the other person.
Nudity in American television is a controversial topic. Aside from a few exceptions, nudity in the United States has traditionally not been shown on terrestrial television. On the other hand, cable television has been much less constrained as far as nudity is concerned. The Public Broadcasting Service , which features nudity in anthropological documentaries as well as some films, was the first network to display national programming that featured frontal female nudity on television.