A Look At New ‘Pornographic’ Drama That Sent Daily Mail Into Meltdown

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Those of a sensitive nature are being warned to avoid BBC Two tonight, with the channel premièring its sexy new period drama, that’s sure to get viewers hot under the collar. 

The sexy show, called Versailles, will detail the debauched adventures of France’s Louis XIV, better known as the Sun King, and according to the shocked Daily Mail (who we have no doubt will be watching), the programme will have not one, not two, but seven sex scenes.

Viewers can look forward to some Game of Thrones style full frontal nudity, steamy sex and even a dwarf hiding in the skirts of a queen (if you’re into that sort of thing) – all of which has really annoyed the Daily Mail.

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The programme, which has been made by the French for the Beeb, cost £24 million to make and is sure to whip those who get offended over literally nothing into a wild letter-writing frenzy, as a programme showing sex is no doubt another sign of the warped morals of broken Britain.

For those of a more reasonable nature, Versailles airs tonight at 9.30pm tonight, although the Daily Mail do warn that only two minutes in we’ll see the ‘sex-crazed’ Louis XIV played by British actor George Blagden, being ridden by a topless woman!

Won’t somebody please think of the children!

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For those who prefer their TV to be a bit bloodthirsty, there’s also violence including torture scenes, someone getting bludgeoned to death with a hammer, and a man getting his hand severed at the wrist – which sounds suspiciously familiar.

Versailles hasn’t just pissed off the Daily Mail though, it’s also annoyed historians who apparently don’t like how historically inaccurate the TV show is.

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We’ve got some helpful advice for those who think that a programme showing a bit of skin is somehow a bad thing.

You see, there’s a wonderful new invention called a remote control which allows TV viewers to switch off a programme that they don’t like! What a world we live in.

And, despite the fact we’ve absolutely no doubt that Mail readers will be watching, I can guarantee that even now emails to Ofcom by ‘furious’ and ‘outraged’ ‘viewers’ are already being drafted…


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