What day and time will 'Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne' release? And everything else you need to know

What day and time will 'Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne' release? And everything else you need to know
Cara Delevingne in 'Planet Sex' official trailer (YouTube/BBCThree)

Cara Delevingne is returning with a new series called 'Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne,' which will premiere on the BBC Three channel in the United Kingdom. As the title indicates, the six-part series will delve into the strange and amazing ways sex is practiced throughout the world.

In recent years, a number of celebrities have led educational and exploratory docuseries that put them to the test physically, psychologically, and spiritually. We've seen series like Zac Efron's 'Down to Earth,' which aired after the former Disney Channel star exposed himself to events he could never have predicted. Will Smith stretched himself to new heights by investigating the secrets of the natural world in his National Geographic original programs 'Welcome to Earth' and 'One Strange Rock.' Cara Delevingne, Smith's 'Suicide Squad' co-star, will now take a deep dive into the field of human sexuality with her upcoming Hulu docuseries. It will also look at the model's personal relationship with sex.


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When does 'Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne' release?

The forthcoming documentary 'Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne' is set to be released on the online streaming platform Hulu on November 18, 2022. It should be noted that the documentary will first be released in the United States, followed by other regions of the world.

How can I watch 'Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne'?

There are a number of new Hulu releases in November 2022 --everything from iconic romantic comedies like 'Notting Hill' to numerous installments of the 'Saw' franchise. 'Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne,' however, is one of the most popular on the list. The six-part docuseries digs at the diverse ways sexuality is practiced across the world. 'Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne' also shows the actress' personal sexual journey, with Cara discussing her own experiences, given her gender and sexuality. This winter, the series will also be televised on BBC Three.

Who stars in 'Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne'?

Cara Delevingne is about to show us how distinct and different sex cultures can be all over the world. In 'Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne,' the 30-year-old British model goes from Los Angeles to Tokyo on a carnal pilgrimage to learn about ethnic variances in sensual pleasure. Here's a summary of what to expect. Cara takes part in a masturbation session and many sensual activities throughout the world in the 'Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne' teaser. The much-anticipated scandalous first look and teaser for the BBC docuseries Fornication premiered on Saturday, November 12, and it depicts the model getting some sex advice too.

The docuseries trailer starts with Cara Delevingne gazing at the camera and introducing herself. "I date men, but oh, do I love women — and everyone else," the stunning model is heard saying. In the titillating 60-second teaser, the 30-year-old then stated, "There’s so much to know about the world of sex — and I want answers." Cara Delevingne is shown in the trailer traveling from Los Angeles to Tokyo, Berlin, London, and many more locations as she gathers information about cultural variances in sensual satisfaction. Cara in the teaser is also seen interviewing individuals from all walks of life during a Pride march and exclaiming, "I’m just living off this queer energy!" The Brit meets drag queens and sexperts along the way, and she attends a masturbation session where she is advised to "start masturbating now."

The model, who identifies as pansexual, also says in the teaser that these in-depth encounters drove her out of her comfort zone and, in some situations, exposed her sexual naivety. "In my own life, I’ve definitely had a lot of internalized homophobia and shame!" she continued.

Cara Delevinge in 'Planet Sex' official trailer (YouTube/BBCThree)
Cara Delevinge in 'Planet Sex' official trailer (YouTube/BBCThree)

What is the buzz around 'Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne'?

The producers have said that the primary objective of this documentary is to assist people who are still discovering and struggling with their sexuality, who are unable to articulate themselves, and who are also too bashful to discuss anything relating to sex and self-pleasure. Cara Delevingne has stated that she hopes to connect with people in the rawest and most real way possible with her documentary, teaching them all she wishes she had known about human sexuality when she was younger.

Cara Delevingne has been fairly honest about her sexuality, personal life, and pretty much everything else in many interviews over the years, giving the impression that she has a good understanding of her own sexuality. Nevertheless, on the MIPCOM Cannes panel in October 2022, the model and actress acknowledged that one aspect of 'Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne' prompted her to realize she was more of a "prude" than she imagined, according to Variety: "I went into the masturbation seminar thinking it was going to be a classroom, and I’d have a notepad, and instead it was a pink, leather gym mat on the floor, with six people going, ‘Well, take your underwear off. This is the lube.’ I didn’t realize I was a prude. I think I’m a pretty hip, young, cool, down-with-anything kind of girl, but I was like, ‘Sorry what? Sorry, no, absolutely not, I will not do that.’ But I kind of did everything I felt comfortable doing."

Cara confessed that, while she was "used to being a chameleon," working on the six-part docuseries was a fresh and "absurd experience," in the sense that every single day of filming was something new and unusual, whether she was getting her blood drawn, going to a porn library, or anything else.

Cara Delevinge in 'Planet Sex' official trailer (YouTube/BBCThree)
Cara Delevinge in 'Planet Sex' official trailer (YouTube/BBCThree)

'Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne' will be rated TV-MA and will include certain subjects and scenarios that some viewers may find uncomfortable watching. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show's creator Simon Andreae had this notion in mind when he told MIPCOM attendees that he wanted to make people confront sensitive themes in a forthright manner. During the panel discussion, Simon noted that he and the other producers sought to avoid "the classic Hollywood fence-sitting because you don’t want to offend anyone" with the series and instead establish genuine conclusions regarding sexual orientation. Simon and Cara stand a very strong chance of accomplishing their aims by exploring major themes and not holding back in their delivery, with what seems to be a brutally honest and informative encounter.

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