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Controversial cancelled series with ‘overload of d**ks’ is one of Netflix’s most watch titles

Controversial cancelled series with ‘overload of d**ks’ is one of Netflix’s most watch titles

The Netflix show divided viewers with its load of nudity

A controversial and cancelled series featuring an ‘overload of d**ks’ is one of Netflix’s most-watched titles.

The streaming site is full of all kinds of shows from true story-inspired series and documentaries to sci-fi favourites and dark crime dramas. But this action series was described as absolutely ‘bats**t’ as it left viewers divided.

From the creators of Cobra Kai, it landed on Netflix at the end of November last year and stars the likes of C. Thomas Howell, Shelley Hennig and Nick Zano.

Watch the trailer here:

Created by Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg and Josh Heald, eight-part series Obliterated features a whole load of nudity.

A ‘high octane action-comedy’, the series follows an elite special forces team who ‘thwarts a deadly threat’ to Las Vegas. And then after getting absolutely smashed at a party (celebrating deactivating a bomb that turns out to be fake) they have to work to ‘save the world’.

Netflix ended up cancelling Obliterated after the one season even though it spent six weeks in the Top 10 for English-language series, with a peak at the number one spot in week two.

It divided viewers. (Netflix)
It divided viewers. (Netflix)

The show features drunken hook ups, a recreation of Varsity Blues’ whipped-cream bikini scene and a particularly memorable sex scene in episode seven with a camel voyeur.

And viewers wrote of the series on X: “The full frontal nudity in Obliterated on Netflix is WILD. I’ve never seen so many d**ks in a show.”

With another echoing: “Obliterated on @netflix is bats**t crazy! 3 eps in & holy shit! so many weeners! it’s like weener-palooza!

“But equal opportunity nudity, which is refreshing. = oppornudity? Hilarious & insane & can’t wait to see what happens next.”

With all its d**ks featured, new figures released by Netflix detail the site’s top films and TV series from July to December 2023.

Obliterated landed in November. (URSULA COYOTE/NETFLIX)
Obliterated landed in November. (URSULA COYOTE/NETFLIX)

“What We Watched: A Netflix Engagement Report”, found that Obliterated was one of the highest ranking titles among the thousands of entries.

And it even beat out the likes of Squid Game and Stranger Things with a whopping 184 million hours of viewing time and 21 million views in the period.

The show has just a 45 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes’ Tomatometer from critics but did better with its viewers as it sits with a 74 percent average audience score.

You can still watch the one and only season of Obliterated on Netflix.

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Topics: Netflix, TV and Film