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Go behind the seams with Masters of Sex cast members, costume designer Ane Crabtree, and fashion experts to learn more about the vintage style of the series.
Watch the official trailer of Season 2.
Watch Annaleigh Ashford, Keke Palmer, and Teddy Sears discuss how their characters have changed this season.
Watch Creator and Executive Producer Michelle Ashford discuss how the time period relates to this season.
Watch the cast and crew discuss the costumes and design used in the series.
Watch Lizzy Caplan discuss her character arc this season and how Virginia finds her voice.
What's to come for Masters this season? Watch an interview with Michael Sheen to find out.
Check out the photo gallery of Season 1 of Masters of Sex and get up to speed before the Season 2 premiere.
Watch the cast discuss where they stand in Season 2 of Masters of Sex.
Watch an interview with the costume designer of Masters of Sex.
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Look back on the fashion and setting of Masters of Sex.
Watch an animated look at sexual myths and misnomers in history.
Check out Thomas Maier's book, Masters of Sex: The Life and Times of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, in the Showtime Store.
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About the Series
MASTERS OF SEX is a one-hour drama starring Emmy® and BAFTA Award nominee Michael Sheen and acclaimed actress Lizzy Caplan, who will portray the real-life pioneers of the science of human sexuality, William Masters and Virginia Johnson. The series chronicles the unusual lives, romance, and pop culture trajectory of Masters and Johnson. Their research touched off the sexual revolution and took them from a midwestern teaching hospital in St. Louis to the cover of Time magazine and nearly a dozen appearances on Johnny Carson's couch.