Netflix finally drops raunchy trailer for Sex/Life season two
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Netflix has dropped a raunchy new trailer for the highly anticipated second season of Sex/Life, and it looks like it’s going to be another steamy ride.
Watch the trailer below:
Inspired by BB Easton's memoir 44 Chapters About 4 Men, Sex/Life follows mum-of-two Billie (Sarah Shahi) as she reflects on some of the wildest flings she had before meeting her husband Cooper (Mike Vogel), leaving her thirsty for her former lover Brad Simon (Adam Demos).
Cooper eventually reads her diary and he decides to use her written fantasies as inspiration for their time in the bedroom - learning from her experiences so he can best tick her boxes.
Things get messy when Brad re-enters Billie's life, inevitably leading to a very dramatic love triangle that forces the woman who has it all to choose between the love of her life and the lust of her life.
The forthcoming new series, which lands next month, sees the main threesome joined once again by Margaret Odette, Li Jun Li and Jonathan Sadowski, along with newcomers Dylan Bruce, Cleo Anthony, Wallis Day, Darius Homayoun and Craig Bierko.
“Billie navigates new challenges — and fresh desires — as she lusts after the life she wants,” a synopsis from Netflix says.
“But will she be able to have it all?”
A saucy new trailer shows Billie living it up with her new life, as she says in a voiceover: "Not everyone has it, the desire to wake up, stop sleepwalking through our lives.
"To stop trying to do the right thing, while denying our truth. But those of us who do, we tread in dangerous waters."
Shahi’s Billie adds: "Because once you wake up, once you get even just a tiny taste, there's no going back."
The raunchy scenes from the show caused quite a stir on social media when season one dropped – particularly in episode three, when Brad and Cooper are naked in the gym showers and Cooper ends up checking out his rival’s package.
The series is based on Easton’s book, which was written like a diary and follows a school psychologist and mother of two who starts exploring her fantasies through her writing.
She said: "That was the most cathartic experience for me. It helped me form a bridge between my current life and the girl I used to be. I was living my current life but I was writing about all these fun experiences and it helped me feel like I was the same person."
Sex/Life season two drops on Netflix on 3 March.
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