Do you like it when sex scenes resemble real life?
Easy makes a noble effort to portray couples that are "progressive" by glossy network-TV standards, incorporating Spanish-speaking couples, interracial couples, interracial same-sex couples, couples with partners of advanced age, couples with partners who keep their body hair intact, couples with disloyal partners, and throuples who meet on Tinder.
If you're thinking that sounds like a lot of sex, you are right. There is a lot of sex in Easy. Yes, there is some very sexy sex. Yet all that titillation is balanced out with genuine pre- and postcoital conversation. Some of Easy's subjects are more fleshed out than others, but they are all grounded with conflicts, hopes, and dreams that extend outside the bedroom. Hell, one of the episodes doesn't have any sex at all!