Taboo (AKA, The Tom Hardy Show) is a tale of 1814 London, primetime for the East India Company, shipping, and colonialization. Tom plays James Keziah Delaney, a man gone so long he is presumed dead. When he shows back up in London after a decade spent in Africa doing formidable, mysterious things, he wants to capitalize on his inheritance: his late father's shipping business and ownership of Nootka Sound off the coast of Canada. Everyone in the East India Company naturally wants to kill him, but to make things extra spicy, he also sees dead people and can communicate with spirits - it is somehow connected to his time in Africa, and rumor has it that James isn't actually really fully alive at all. When he buys a haunted ship, all bets are off. Regardless, he has one Zilpha (Oona Chaplin) waiting for him at home - she is both his half sister and ex-girlfriend, so you can probably see the multifaceted taboo nature of this show. She has a sexual encounter with a ghost, so we the sheets get pulled off her body and watch her in all kinds of compromising positions, though there is no actual skin. Jessie Buckley sports a hand bra during an encounter with a man from the EIC, too. The good news? There's nothing taboo about enjoying a series like this one!