Netflix's costume drama Bridgerton is at the center of a bit of a stir. The company's most recent hit, Bridgerton. Shonda Rhimes' first production became an instant phenomenon, particularly in its sex scenes which have been shared widely
across the internet.
Media company Page Six has reported that the show's hacked sex scenes have racked up hundreds of thousands of views on adult video streaming platforms.
Netflix has responded by issuing warnings about the illegal use of its
intellectual property, which has caused some clips to be deleted . But it has failed to make it happen in most cases.
An anonymous source told Britain's The Sun that actress Phoebe Dynevor is upset with the circulation of the sexy footage. The Sun
added that the discomfort has spread through a good part of the cast, which could affect the recordings of the already confirmed second season.