The Bloomsbury group was by and large even more popular than the Kardashian family when their stories of sex, art, and unconventional leftism bubbled out of secrecy. Most people are familiar with at least one member of this group: Vanessa Bell, Virginia Woolf, or maybe Duncan Grant. They were a force of writers and artists far beyond their time, scoffing at conventions like purity, organized religion, and societal norms of any kind. They had sex with who they wanted, spent their free time how they wanted, and apologized to no one for their seemingly odd way, freespirited way of approaching life.
As you can imagine, the Bloomsbury group is rife with sexual tension, catalclysmic love triangles, and secret rendzevous that only inside members knew about. It's ideal for television even after all this time, which is why miniseries Life In Squares (2015— ) has made it's mark on cable TV. Clive Bell (played by Sam Hoare) is the resident straight man who seduces several ladies, while Ed Birch and James Norton embody two sexually insatiable gay men, one of which needs to get laid to get any work done. Been there, man.