Viewers Tune Out from New Fall TV Lineup The fall TV season has been so lackluster that even the programming chief of NBC admits that new shows leave much to be desired. Audiences are tuning out -- especially young men -- and the networks have yet to offer any shows to lure them back. NPR's Kim Masters reports.

Viewers Tune Out from New Fall TV Lineup

Viewers Tune Out from New Fall TV Lineup

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The fall TV season has been so lackluster that even the programming chief of NBC admits that new shows leave much to be desired. Audiences are tuning out — especially young men — and the networks have yet to offer any shows to lure them back. NPR's Kim Masters reports.

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