Amazon Prime Video fans are blasting its new TV series for its ‘dirty and unnecessary’ graphic scene.
The streaming platform is known for hit shows such as The Boys, The Rings of Power and Daisy Jones & The Six.
Its latest show stars Dominique Fishback, Chloe Bailey, Damson Idris, Nirine Brown and even singer Billie Eilish.
But one scene in particular is ruffling a few feathers.
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Created by Janine Nabers and Donald Glover, Swarm follows a young woman who develops a dark obsession with a pop star.
But while its plot is entertaining enough, the one thing that has got everyone talking is Macauley Culkin’s young brother, Rory – who plays Marcus.
He stars in a recent episode of the show and in one scene, he meets up with the protagonist Dre (Fishback) at a nightclub and brings her home.
Things quickly get intimate between the two and in the morning, Dre wakes up to find Marcus butt-naked while cooking in the kitchen.
While many fans ended up gushing over the young actor’s six-pack abs and long hair that trails over his shoulders, overs were less than impressed with the scene.
One viewer fumed: “No way they had Rory Culkin in this show just to show his c*** and dip?!”
Another added: “Rory Culkin strawberry scene pls, my eyes! This scene was so dirty and unnecessary.”
In agreement, somebody else commented: “I hate that THAT scene is what’s gonna introduce a lot of people to Rory… I hate the internet.”
While a fourth said: “Now why did I have to see Rory Culkin’s d*** in Swarm just now?”
It’s not only this scene that is facing a backlash from viewers.
Chloe Bailey (who plays Marissa) and Damson Idris (Khalid) have also been slammed for an intimate scene in Swarm’s first episode.
It shows the pair having s** when Marissa’s sister walks in and watches them.
Khalid then spots her and to the shock of viewers, winks and continues.
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Discussing the scene, one fan wrote: “The scene between Chloe Bailey and Damson Idris was very unnecessary.
“I don’t like s** scenes that do not add to the story and I honestly hate how s** is depicted in Hollywood nowadays.”
However, others have nothing but praise for Swarm, with one person writing on Twitter: “This new show called Swarm is a must-watch. @donaldglover is a genius!”
Another adds: “Just finished Swarm and if you’ll excuse me I need to go quit all of my jobs and spend all of my time dissecting, discussing and obsessing over this series.”
Swarm is now available to stream on Amazon Prime.
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