There's something missing on television this year: Shirts. On men. So far this season, an array of new shows, from Elementary, Arrow and Chicago Fire to The New Normal, Emily Owens, M.D. and Last Resort, has paraded toned male torsos. Popular returning series such as Hawaii Five-0, New Girl and even Modern Family have flashed abs, as well. And in what may be seen as a pop-culture turning point, CBS daytime game show The Price Is Right just introduced its first male model " and producers promise he'll go topless from time to time. It wasn't always like this. In the 1970s and '80s, "it was a little like spotting a rare bird. You'd be watching TV, then suddenly there was this hunky shirtless guy," says Cosmopolitan editor at large John Searles. "Now every time you turn on the TV, there's a guy half-naked."