The CW teen series created controversy when a scene shows Dustin Milligan as Ethan Ward receiving a fellatio from his girlfriend.
The new The CW series, "90210", is proven too much for a U.S. family group who think that one of the scenes in the pilot episode is not appropriate for young audience, the supposed target audience. Parents Television Council (PTC) have issued a statement calling a boycott for the show which is a spin-off to the '90s hit show "Beverly Hills, 90210".
CW aired a two-hour pilot of "90210" on Tuesday, September 2 and on ten minutes running time, main cast Dustin Milligan received an oral sex from his girlfriend in his truck. "The CW Network has openly, wantonly and eagerly violated every business tenet of the broadcast industry," PTC president Tim Winter wrote.
"They shocked viewers during the family hour by depicting high school children engaged in oral sex in their car. It's such a sucker punch to viewers and a lot of families. No one tuned in to 90210 thinking, 'Hey, maybe I will get to see (oral sex).'"
CW themselves have issued a statement in response, defending the scene "was screened in advance of broadcast through the customary advertiser screening service."