David Duchovny’s racy new TV series Californication has upset advertisers in Australia who have pulled commercials from airing during the show.
The new show, in which Duchovny plays a struggling, womanising writer, opened to rave reviews in America last month, but scenes featuring full frontal nudity and storylines that included underage sex and dream sequences with sex-starved nuns turned Aussies off.
Bosses at leading advertisers Holden And Holeproof have confirmed they pulled ads from the show after it debuted on Channel 10 in Australia last week.
Meanwhile, religious groups Down Under have called for sponsors to boycott the controversial programme, claiming the explicit sex scenes, language, drug use and lewd behaviour are all too much.
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