Similar to New York purged the porn from Occasions Sq. within the 1990s, HBO has banished its grownup content material from its site and apps.

That isn’t to mention nudity is not more at the cable community: Authentic collection like “Sport of Thrones” and “The Deuce” will nonetheless proceed to hawk flesh.

However grownup films and displays like “Taxicab Confessions,” “Actual Intercourse,” “Cathouse” – just about the entire soft-core content material that has been a part of HBO’s late-night Friday slate for many years, is historical past, as first reported in the Los Angeles Times and The Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday. 

In a statement to both outlets, a spokesperson confirmed that the channel was indeed consciously changing its programming. 

“Over the past several years HBO has been winding down its late-night adult fare,” the statement read. “While we’re greatly ramping up our other original program offerings, there hasn’t been a strong demand for this kind of adult programming, perhaps because it’s easily available elsewhere.” 

USA TODAY has reached out to HBO for comment. 

Some on Twitter reacted to reports with jest.

“The radio: And HBO has announced it’s getting rid of all adult-themed programming and soft-core porn,” one user wrote. “My fellow lyft rider: Smartly there is going Thrones LOL”

“I’d guess one million greenbacks no person used to be looking at the ‘grownup content material’ on HBO as a result of such a lot of other people borrow their folks’ passwords and didn’t need Actual Intercourse 6,000 appearing up on their Proceed Looking at queue,” posted another

Some other seemed in fact disenchanted on the information. 

“Finish of an generation. And it is too dangerous,” a user shared. “Sure, a few of these displays and flicks had been simply automobiles for bare other people, and supposed for masturbating audience ahead of the coming of loose limitless porn. However Actual Intercourse used to be one of the crucial intercourse sure display in historical past.”

As a part of its subsequent generation, HBO has curated a Friday evening providing which contains late-night displays and distinctive comedies: “Animals” (11:30 EDT/PDT), which depicts creatures dwelling in New York Town and “Random Acts of Flyness” (middle of the night EDT/PDT). Lately renewed for a 2nd season, the latter explores issues like blackness, sexuality and police violence.

Contributing: Patrick Ryan

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