Gwyneth Paltrow is returning to Netflix with a show that focuses on enhancing couples' intimate experiences to improve their relationships.

The 48-year-old actress will star in "Sex, Love & Goop," which will drop on the streaming platform on Oct. 21. The show will follow several couples who will be guided by experts as they work on improving their relationships through sex and deeper intimacy, according to ET Canada.

Netflix recently dropped its short teaser, which opens with Paltrow saying, "We're having sex. It's a show about sex. We're gonna talk about sex." She is surrounded by the couples featured on the show, and they can all be seen laughing as the actress speaks.

"Sex, Love & Goop" explores what it means to be truly intimate in a relationship -- to express your deepest fears and desires and to accept those of your partners," Paltrow said in a statement to TV Line.

"A continuation of Goop's mission to help our audience pursue the ineffable power of their own potential, the show is a toolkit for finding more pleasure and connection in our romantic lives. And it's full of lessons I wish I'd learned years ago," she added.

The 30-minute unscripted series is produced by Boardwalk Pictures alongside executive producers Andrew Fried, Shauna Minoprio, Dane Lillegard, Sarina Roma, Elise Loehnen, who is also Goop's chief content officer and Paltrow herself.

Goop is a health and wellness brand launched by Paltrow in 2008. It started with a weekly newsletter and has now branched into offering health supplements, recipes, beauty products and even travel guides.

In 2020, Paltrow took Goop to the small screen through the six-episode Netflix series "The Goop Lab."

The show featured doctors, researchers and alternative health practitioners who spoke about female sexual pleasure, longevity and psychedelics. The show even had an episode that featured an orgasm workshop.

Simon Stevens, chief executive of National Health Service England, slammed the show, accusing it of posing a "considerable health risk" to the public despite Netflix's statement saying it was "designed to entertain, not provide medical advice."

"Goop has just popped up with a new TV series, in which Gwyneth Paltrow and her team test vampire facials and back a body worker, who claims to cure both acute psychological trauma and side-effects by simply moving his hands two inches above a customer's body," Stevens said.

"Her brand peddles psychic vampire repellent, says chemical sunscreen is a bad idea, and promotes colonic irrigation and DIY coffee enema machines, despite them carrying considerable risks to health," he added.

Gwyneth Paltrow Gwyneth Paltrow is pictured attending the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Jan. 5, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. Photo: Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images