No Male Full Frontal Nudity for Bobby Cannavale in "The Watcher," Ryan Field Books

 No Male Full Frontal Nudity for Bobby Cannavale in “The Watcher”

The moment I saw that Bobby Cannavale would be starring in the new Netflix series, The Watcher,  I was certain I would love it. I’ve been a fan of his for years, and I once posted about a full frontal nude scene he did in a previous series. The man was gorgeous then, and he’s just as gorgeous today. Here’s the link to that post. 

In any event, I don’t think we’re going to see another male full frontal nudity scene in The Watcher. And I think it’s because this particular series really doesn’t call for it. That’s the interesting thing I’ve learned about sex in movies and in books. There should always be a reason for any nudity or sex. And that even applies to what I write with erotic gay romance. 

In fact, I once had a publisher ask me to add a sex scene to an erotic gay romance I had turned in for edits. And I was stunned because I found that it was almost impossible to add that extra sex scene. I figured out a way to do it to satisfy the publisher, but to this day I still don’t like that sex scene and I still don’t think it works. But when you’re getting paid advances and royalties, you do whatever the publisher wants. 

And frankly, I think Bobby Cannavale is just as great in The Watcher without the full frontal scene. There is, however, a scene where he starts to masturbate alone but he’s interrupted. And even that’s okay, because this really is a great series with a wonderful cast of characters, including Mia Farrow. It took me a minute to recognize her, but when I did it was truly and ah ha moment. 

Here’s more about The Watcher on IMDb. So far it’s getting stellar ratings and reviews. 

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