The 2015 documentary Hot Girls Wanted followed young women working in porn, and in April, Netflix will continue to tell those kinds of stories with a six-episode documentary series that explores the intersection of the Internet and porn.
Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On debuts April 21 (the same day as Netflix’s launch of another unscripted series, Bill Nye Saves the World) and is described as “a six-part anthology series”:
“This unflinchingly honest series tells personal stories about people whose lives are affected by the explosion of the Internet where social media, pornography and virtual relationships are all just a click away. Each episode explores the intersection of sex and technology telling stories of intimacy, connection, disconnection, self-promotion, race and gender politics. How is interacting through screens rewiring us in fundamental ways?”
It’s produced by the directors of the documentary, Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus, and by the documentary’s producer, Rashida Jones.