Find out what the actress has to say about her new show.

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Lizzi Caplan poses for GQ Magazine. Image c/o

After her success in True Blood and Party Down, but also “classic” comedies like Mean Girls, Bacherolette and Hot Tub Time Machine, Lizzy Caplan is moving on to the next level. And that's Masters of Sex, the show that premieres on September 29, and follows the stories of the pioneers of the science of human sexuality in the 1950s, and co-stars Michael Sheen. There will be plenty of nudity during the show, including Lizzy's own, and she has absolutely nothing against that. However, in her interview with GQ Magazine, she prefers not talking about it (again). The two main characters, Virgiania Johnson and William Masters, “basically figured out that the female body is far better equipped for sex than the male body. Women can have multiple orgasms; men cannot. They're actually the sexual athletes, not the men.” The actress also says the show is educational, but still relevant to both genders. In short? “If you watch Masters of Sex, you will score chicks,” she claims. That sounds intriguing enough!

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Lizzy Caplan gets topless for GQ Mag. Image c/o

Will you be watching her new show?