Here Comes Sex on TV

"After a federal appeals court struck down the FCC's regulations on indecency, network television will have license to depict more violence, use more profanity and get a whole lot sexier."

"After a federal appeals court struck down the FCC's regulations on indecency, network television will have license to depict more violence, use more profanity and get a whole lot sexier." The Hollywood Reporter says that some programs are already gearing up to take advantage of the appeals court ruling: "Now we're bracing for couples doing it on 'Friends With Benefits' on NBC; Kathy Bates smoking pot on 'Harry's Law' (and she plays a lawyer!), also on the Peacock; and a CBS sitcom starring the irrepressible William Shatner titled '$#*! My Dad Says.' Said Andrew Schwartzman, head of the Media Access Project: 'There's no question that this decision is going to mean more (sexual content on television).'"

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