Group Warns of 'Trashy' Fall TV Lineup

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Networks are gearing up their fall television lineup, but not everyone is looking forward to the shows.

The Culture and Media Institute says parents should be warned of "trashy" content this season.

The research group says shows like NBC's "The Playboy Club," CW's "Gossip Girl," and even the popular Fox show "Glee" are including over-sexualized content.

"The Playboy Club" makes its debut in the fall and has already come under criticism by the Parents Television Council for "obliterating broadcast decency" with its content.

Another first-time show, "New Girl," is also expected have a racy script.

CBN News spoke with Matt Philbin of the Culture and Media Institute about the fall TV lineup.  Click play for his comments on what's safe for family and what's not.

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