New Fall TV Season Kicks Off NPR's Michele Norris talks with Ken Tucker, editor of Entertainment Weekly, about the fall TV lineup. It's populated with some dramas meant to compete for cable viewers -- an airliner crashes and survivors must share an island with a monster in Lost. For reality TV buffs, ABC debuts Wife Swap, in which wives switch families, and socio-economic classes.
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New Fall TV Season Kicks Off

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NPR's Michele Norris talks with Ken Tucker, editor of Entertainment Weekly, about the fall TV lineup. It's populated with some dramas meant to compete for cable viewers — an airliner crashes and survivors must share an island with a monster in Lost. For reality TV buffs, ABC debuts Wife Swap, in which wives switch families, and socio-economic classes.