New Masters of Sex Season 2 Poster: “Their Work is Their Passion”

12 Jun

The Hollywood Reporter exclusively revealed the new key art for season 2 of Masters of Sex and it plays on the intimacy between the leads combined with their revolutionary work. The magazine format plays on the future covers the pair will appear on and the brown paper bag effect signifies the scandalous nature of their research; the reaction when Masters delivered his lecture on this research in the season finale showed just how incendiary it was. There’s a titillating edge to this promo, which makes sense considering the period when Masters of Sex is set and it’s rather refreshing to see Michael Sheen wearing less as Bill Masters than Lizzy Caplan’s Virginia Johnson.

Masters of Sex was one of my favorite new shows last season and I’m thrilled it is getting a summer slot this year as September is always crowded and I’m light on current shows. I will be back with more costume analysis and for season 1 write reviews head hereMasters of Sex returns Sunday, July 13.

Masters of Sex S2

One Response to “New Masters of Sex Season 2 Poster: “Their Work is Their Passion””


  1. Masters of Sex Season 3 Artwork and Previews: “We are the Sexual Revolution” | TV Ate My Wardrobe - June 9, 2015

    […] here is significant and they’ve moved away from the buttoned up look of season 1 and the undressed nature of last year’s shots to this fun game of Twister coupled with a Beatles song that doubles a sex pun. Yes I giggled. The […]

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