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William Masters and Virginia Johnson are known as pioneers of the science of human sexuality. Their research shoots them to fame on a trajectory that takes them from humble beginnings in the Midwest to the cover of Time magazine. Masters is a brilliant scientist who is out of touch with his own feelings. Johnson is a divorced mother who is ahead of her time on many fronts, including her determination to have a meaningful career. The pair's relationship isn't just professional, as it evolves into a three-way "marriage" with Masters' wife, Libby. "Masters of Sex" is based on Thomas Maier's book of the same name, which profiled the pair.

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aired 142 days ago
Masters and Johnson work to save the practice from disintegrating in the face of insurrection within the clinic; as everyone either moves on or falls away, Bill and Virginia find solace in one another.
aired 142 days ago
Masters and Johnson return from Topeka, each grappling with the trip's ramifications; Art and Nancy look to tie up loose ends to have a fresh start; Libby embarks on a road trip with Bram that changes her perspective.
aired 142 days ago
Masters and Johnson pose as a couple to investigate a competing clinic; Art, Nancy and Langham take advantage of Bill and Virginia's absence.
aired 142 days ago
Masters wants to groom Art as his protege in a new area of research; Johnson keeps Nancy at arm's length; Betty asks for help.
aired 142 days ago
Virginia wants to get her relationship with Bill back on track; Bill tries to find satisfaction elsewhere; Betty and Helen prepare for a new addition; Art and Nancy discuss consequences.
aired 142 days ago
Masters and Johnson's troubles come to a head when the trial begins; Virginia tries to revive their career; Bill faces the reality of charges.
aired 142 days ago
Johnson, Masters, Libby and Keller end up at a party together; pairings and perspectives change throughout the night.
aired 142 days ago
Masters and Johnson adjust to their new partners, but second-guess their instincts to remain apart; Libby embraces life as a newly-single woman.
aired 142 days ago
Masters and Johnson seek new partners to help put the past behind them; Libby reevaluates her relationship with Bill and Virginia.
aired 142 days ago
Masters and Johnson try to find purpose with out each other; Libby is alone for the first time since her marriage.
aired 149 days ago
After returning from New York, Masters and Johnson find that their life's work is in jeopardy while under scrutiny.
aired 149 days ago
Masters, Johnson, Logan and his wife meet for dinner in New York; at home, Libby faces an accusation that could devastate her family.
aired 149 days ago
Johnson has an objection to Masters' program following missteps in the protocol; the men in Libby's life want to please her on her birthday.
aired 149 days ago
Libby tries to set Paul up with a friend; Masters continues the surrogacy program; Lester volunteers as the first male surrogate.
aired 149 days ago
Virginia goes to Las Vegas with Dan Logan; Masters begins the surrogacy program; Libby makes peace with her past and current relationships.
aired 149 days ago
Masters and Johnson are interviewed by a national news magazine when they take on an exotic new patient.
aired 149 days ago
Masters and Johnson take on a famous couple looking to revitalize its sex life; Tessa learns what Virginia's childhood must have been like; Masters tries to connect with Johnny.
aired 149 days ago
Virginia's parents arrive unannounced; Libby and Masters learn that Johnny has been bullied; Masters takes on a promising fertility patient.
aired 149 days ago
Masters seeks advice on convincing Johnson to rededicate herself to the study; a familiar face returns to the clinic; Virginia is distracted by news of Henry; Libby tries to help Paul and Joy.
aired 149 days ago
Masters and Johnson want to capitalize on their burgeoning fame once their book is released; Tessa begins to feel the effects of her mother's new notoriety.
aired 149 days ago
The book nears its release date; Masters takes on a high-profile fertility patient; Virgina and Libby come to terms with their roles in Bill's life.

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