(TheWrap) — Here's some good news about the upcoming fall TV season: There will be a marked increase in the number of actresses populating new series!
Now, the other news: They appear to have packed pretty light when it comes to wardrobe.
From the tight uniforms sported by the stewardesses on ABC's "Pan Am" and the Alphabet Network's sexy re-commissioned "Charlie's Angels" crime-fighters, to the fluffy-tailed servers of NBC's "The Playboy Club," the fashion trend of the season appears to be flesh, and plenty of it.
Call it the resurgence of Jiggle TV, a titillating genre that briefly blossomed in the 1970s with the original "Charlie's Angels," before giving way with the exit of "Baywatch."Read More »from Bunnies and Stewardesses: Fall TV’s Racy Slant