Tuning-in sentence example

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  • Thus it is easy to detect a want of tuning in these intervals.

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  • Check out the program guide on the website if you are interested in tuning in to the network.

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  • Decorating and design shows are epidemic and many people have become savvy decorators just by tuning in to their favorite design program every week.

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  • In all seriousness, Aqua Teen Hunger Force is a welcomed antidote to a stressful day; it's the perfect embodiment of tuning in and dropping out.

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  • Unlike so many celebreality shows that lose viewer interest, Keeping Up with the Kardashians has viewers tuning in each week.

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  • There's no tuning in this game, so you have to be careful which car you'll be using because you'll lose Kudos.

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  • Even many adults find themselves tuning in to the channel to find out what new films they can catch now.

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  • Listeners would need to know what happened in previous episodes to understand what was happening in the newest episode, and that was the hook that kept them tuning in day after day.

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  • For fans of Robin Scorpio, this can mean the difference between tuning in and tuning out.

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  • They enjoy the adventure and the stunts, but for more than 50 years, it was characters that people were tuning in to see.

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  • Ewing and women were delighted with the wicked Alexis, despite the change in settings to more luxurious surroundings and big business, it was still the characters that had fans tuning in.

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  • While many fans were left with their jaws dropping, they were still tuning in to find out what happens.

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  • Fans of The Young and the Restless enjoy tuning in to the episodes that air each day for many reasons, ranging from the characters to the storytelling to the direction and cinematography.

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  • In the 80s, it was Kim Zimmer's Reva Shayne and Michael Zaslow's Roger Thorpe that had viewers tuning in day after day.

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  • Yes, but scoops like these keep all the fans tuning in - or at least setting your DVR to record episodes that are anticipated to be especially juicy and eventful.

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  • It's often the eye candy that makes the programs worth tuning in for, after all.

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  • The 'next time' feature is a relatively new one in soap opera time, designed to hook the viewer into tuning in the next day in case they might have planned to do something else.

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  • The gothic setting of a southern town mingling with the teen angst and supernatural beings make for a truly unique soap opera that has fans of all ages tuning in.

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  • This access helped viewers feel connected with the artists and increased their likelihood of tuning in.

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  • According to a recent news story published by the New York Daily News, the number of people actually tuning in to FBC during the day has been disappointing.

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  • Viewer statistics were lower than most VH1 series, with about 1 million tuning in for each episode.

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  • The British version of the show did very well in the ratings, with viewers tuning in for multiple episodes per week.

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  • However, the show's formula has produced megastars elsewhere - think Susan Boyle of Britain's Got Talent - and that chance of seeing the next big thing get their big break is what keeps audiences tuning in season after season.

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  • With more than 30 million viewers tuning in each week, many doubt any action will be taken against the singer.

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