Nine Perfect Strangers fans go wild over Nicole Kidman & Manny Jacinto's nude scenes as both reveal bare butt on show

FANS of Hulu’s new drama, Nine Perfect Strangers, went wild over Nicole Kidman and Manny Jacinto's nude scenes in the latest episode.

The actors, who star as Masha and Yao, respectively, got hot and heavy during episode 4, and viewers couldn’t help but joke that this is the kind of “prestige TV” they want.


The series, which is based on The New York Times best-selling book by author Liane Moriarty, follows nine stressed individuals and employees at a health-and-wellness resort that promises healing and transformation.

About nine minutes into Wednesday’s episode, the show featured scenes of the different characters in their respective bedrooms and how they’re winding down for the night.

For Masha and Yao, that included sex, with Manny baring his butt as soon as the scene opened and Nicole a little bit later on, lying fully nude on the bed.

One excited fan offered others the exact time code of where it all began, adding: “[Manny’s] sexy, hot a**…….that’s where I'll be all day, do not disturb!”

Another sarcastically asked: “How can any of us complain about #NinePerfectStrangers when it shows us Manny Jacinto’s a**?”

A third tweeted: “Manny Jacinto banging Nicole Kidman is prestige TV”

Others said they were screaming over how great Manny, who’s best known for his role as Jason Mendoza on The Good Place, looks.

Meanwhile, one fan joked that “you know it’s a nicole kidman show if we get to see her naked.”

Nine Perfect Strangers takes fans through a 10-day retreat as Masha, the resort director, tries to reinvigorate the guests' tired minds and bodies.

However, the "perfect" strangers are unaware of what is actually about to happen.

Despite the thrilling nature of the show, Nine Perfect Strangers is not based on a true story.

In season one, there will be eight episodes, with the first three dropping last week and the fourth just released on Wednesday morning.

The next episodes will continue to come out on a weekly basis.

Aside from Nicole and Manny, the cast also includes Melissa McCarthy, Luke Evans, Michael Shannon, Bobby Cannavale, Regina Hall, Samara Weaving, Melvin Gregg, Asher Keddie, Grace Van Patten, and Tiffany Boon.

The production sees Nicole join forces once again with The Undoing and Big Little Lies creator David E Kelley.

The pair are both executive producers on the project, with Kelley also co-writing alongside John Henry Butterworth and Samantha Strauss.


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