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On the other hand, cable television has been much less constrained as far as nudity is concerned.The Public Broadcasting Service, which features nudity in anthropological documentaries as well as some films, was the first network to display national programming that featured frontal female nudity on television.
In 1997, NBC broadcast an unedited version of Steven Spielberg's Holocaust film Schindler's List in prime time.
KTLA in Los Angeles, for example, showed an unedited version of the Academy Award-winning One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, which featured fully exposed female breasts, between and 11 p.m.
The channel began the time slot with a video of director Miloš Forman stating that the film was too controversial to be allowed a faithful television broadcast (NBC's earlier broadcast had cut the film to fit the two hours format with commercials), but that KTLA believed that the culture had changed such that a complete broadcast would be tolerated and appreciated.
From the early 1990s until the early 2000s, some prime time series (such as ABC's NYPD Blue and Once and Again, and Fox's John Doe) experimented with nudity.
NYPD Blue is noteworthy for featuring nudity in the context of people engaging in sexual activity.