Sex And The City fans were unimpressed after a scene in sequel And Just Like That showed the character Charlotte seeming to eye up a schoolboy.
The show follows Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) as they navigate life in their 50s, and the latest episode was about a “MILF list” created by pupils at the school Charlotte’s children attend.
One scene showed a group of school mums gossiping about “Milo H”, the boy who created it, with Charlotte snapping: “I am not comfortable with this, I mean we're talking about a little boy here.”
But when a classroom door opened and the boy emerged, they all stopped dead as he strutted by in slow motion.
One of the women suggested he was “hot” and another made a growling noise.
And Charlotte’s friend Lisa (Nicole Ari Parker) joked that she felt like Blanche DuBois, the A Streetcar Named Desire character who had a fling with a 17-year-old.
However, many viewers were unhappy about the scene.
“Um.... did they just oogle (sic) a teenage boy,” one person asked on Twitter.
“He’s a damn kid!” stormed another.
Someone else posted that the show was a "hot mess", saying: "Imagine if it was the dads and a teen girl?"
"What was with that thirst scene over a teenager?" said another fan.
“Why the f is there a scene in And Just Like That where they objectify a school kid for being hot because he potentially made a MILF list about them.... they have slow mo and music and ooofing about him, it's f****** weird,” tweeted another viewer.
Yahoo has contacted Warner Media for comment.
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