Netflix’s “Tiny Pretty Things” viewers have branded its explicit sex scenes as “soft porn.”

As more people tune in to see what all the fuss is about, the more Twitter has been flooded with comments about how explicit the show is.

One even tweeted: “Maybe it’s me, but there is no need for Tiny Pretty Things to literally be softcore porn.

“There is no need for these actors/actresses to be naked all the time or for all the explicit sex scenes, especially while portraying teenagers”.

Another added: “Tiny Pretty Things by @Netflix had so much potential for a story about a Black woman striving to succeed in a white, privileged sport.

“But instead it’s just a show about sex. Why is Netflix so obsessed with sexualizing minors and pushing student-teacher affairs.”

A scene from "Tiny Pretty Things."
A scene from “Tiny Pretty Things.”
Netflix

A third agreed, writing: “About tiny pretty things. I hope the producers are seeing the bad reactions about so many sex scenes, sometimes we truly just want a crime series with ballet.”

The new young adult drama follows Neveah, an elite ballerina who is offered a coveted spot at Chicago’s ballet academy, after its star pupil is pushed to her death from a rooftop.

Each episode sees Neveah – played by Kylie Jefferson – find out more and more dark secrets about the ballet school and her peers, but viewers have been left to distracted by the numerous sex scenes to concentrate on the mystery.

Meanwhile, Brennan Clost, who plays Shane, has revealed his fears over filming the Netflix show’s longest sex scene.

He told Digital Spy: “I was really nervous. It was my first time ever working in that way.”

But he emphasized: “We were really supported as a cast.”

“Tiny Pretty Things” is available on Netflix now.

"Tiny Pretty Things" also stars Casimere Jollette and Alex Eling.
“Tiny Pretty Things” also stars Casimere Jollette and Alex Eling.
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