TV's "family hour" is a thing of the past, now an 8-9pm landscape littered with violence and sex, says a study by a parental watchdog group. Broadcasters call the notion outdated, and say parental involvement and V-chips–not censorship– are solutions, the LA Times reports.
"For people who grew up watching 'The Cosby Show'...Those days are gone," said the watchdog's president. The study will bolster congressional attempts to regulate the barrage of bloody images both on network and cable TV. But with only 10% of all programs deemed clean, the fate of "family hour" looks grim.