Food Network: Giada De Laurentis, granddaughter of Dino De Laurentis. Her rather largish head, large eyes, usual wardrobe (with frequent closeups of cleavage) and even genkish personality have some even call her as close to a real-life anime girl as you're going to get.
Zoe. Although her clothing shows very little skin, it's practically painted on and involves plenty of leather, combined with the fact that she's an Amazonian Beauty.
River. Though all of the other female cast members appeared in either skimpy outfits or partially naked, the only one to go onscreen completely in the buff was River. And despite the fact that for the rest of the series she went around in full-body dresses, there's more than a few well-placed shots of her bare feet.
Season 5 Big Bad, Glory, is definitely Ms Fanservice. Between the attention paid to her outfits, the revealingness of those outfits, shots of her changing (right infront ofDawn, no less), the way she constantly invaded everyone's personal space, and shots of her bathing. Damn.
Skyenote (this was before she and viewers found out her real name). Witness the scene where she plunges into a pool, already wearing a tight, red dress that then gets soaking wet and even more clingy. And then she starts running... Bonus points for her being barefoot as well. (The bra and panties scene in the very next episode didn't hurt either.)
Ming-Na Wen in a catsuit. Every. Single. Moment. Her character doesn't own anything but skin-tight leather/lycra bodysuits.
This show does an excellent job of appealing to all demographics, with a hot fanservic-y male or female for practically any taste.
News Broadcast: A great many female anchors and reporters seem to fit this trope, particularly on local and cable news and in sports or weather reports. Just do a Web search for "newsbabes" sometime to discover the large, devoted, and well-nigh obsessive following some of these women generate among male viewers. Fox News Channel, in particular, is notorious for this.
More specifically, a lot of news shows seem expressly set up to show off their female anchors' shapely gams. By having them sit higher than the desk, for example. Or beside the desk. Or behind a glass desk. Or with no desk at all. And, of course, by making sure they wear short skirts (never pants) as often as possible. This seems to be a particular obsession for Fox News ex-president Roger Ailes.
Sporting Events: Anyone who's watched sports telecasts over the last decade or so will notice that the female hosts and sideline/dugout/courtside/rinkside/pitch reporters are almost invariably easy-on-the-eyes types.
Univision: Pick a show on this network. Any of them. 99 out of 100 times, they'll have one. Even funnier if said Ms Fanservice is actively aware of it. Spanish-language television, in general (in the United States and abroad), invokes this trope – owing to the notion that Latina women are widely considered to be one of the sexiest (if not, the sexiest) nationality of females in the world. Univision and Telemundo once served as fanservice havens (particularly during the 2000s), though since the beginning of The New Tens, they've drawn this down to some extent.
Both Univision and Telemundo had dance party series that aired on Saturdays: Caliente and Descontrol both featured equal opportunity fanservice, justified as most episodes of both series were set on beaches around the country. Caliente ran on Univision from 1996 to 2005, and in addition to the music/dance segments, featured a segment called Chica Caliente, featuring a profilie of a model (with an interview with said model that is narrated over much of the segment) who is clad in only a bikini for most of the segment. Telemundo aired Descontrol from 2003 to 2012, which had female hosts unlike the similar Univision series who were usually clad in bikinis themselves (they became the fanservice too because of it, the fact that they are buxom didn't hurt, either); it was popular enough to feature a spinoff morning show that ran until its cancellation which was basically repurposed music video/live performance/dance segments without the hosted segments. Some episodes of Descontrol were set on a ranch, with dancers clad in western attire; some of the female dancers did wear midriff-bearing tied and crop tops in these episodes, though, keeping the fanservice in to some degree.
Telemundo's sports magazine series Ritmo Deportivo has long featured a segment called "Mamaza de la Semana," profiling swimsuit models; the models featured originally were participants in Hawaiian Tropic and Hooters swimsuit pageants, the Ujena Bikini Jam (all three events were also covered in certain episodes of the series until 2009) and other professional swimsuit models. After 2009, however, the swimsuit models profiled were largely just professional models.
Republica Deportiva features three models (known as the "Senadoras") who actively participate in each episode, rather than just being there in a non-speaking for the sole purpose of being the fanservice. Originally, their outfits bore cleavage, midriff and legs; unfortunately for the male fanbase, the show's 2010 format revamp downplayed the fanservice by just putting them in tight clothes and only sometimes had them appear in short skirts. Some episodes also have featured segments profiling one of the Senadoras behind the scenes of a swimsuit calendar photoshoot they participated in. The series once featured an annual pageant called "Senorita Republica Deportiva" (a cross between Miss USA and the Hooters International Swimsuit Pageant, the latter having something very much in common with Republica Deportiva's pageant).
Estrella TV, a network which launched in 2009 and was formed out of Liberman Broadcasting's Spanish-language independent stations, seems to be the current go-to network for fanservice:
The variety series Estudio 2 is full of Ms. Fanservices: co-host Gabby Ramirez◊ was once the major Ms. Fanservice of the show, often seen wearing dresses that highlighted her large bustline and appeared in sketches Once an Episode playing a character named Tatiana, a bed-hopping mistress clad in wigs (mostly bobbed-cut ones, with colors only achievable by hair dye) and lingerie. Hernandez's role as the fanservice ended in the 2012 season (she left the following year), when she got pregnant (made blatantly obvious as camera angles were framed to hide her expanding belly), resulting in her participation in sketches being reduced to just one that season, in which her character was shown to be with child; another well-built actress became the fanservice in sketches from then on). The series also features dancers on three sections of the stage (main, left and right) – the main stage dancers are clad in only string bikinis and high heels, while other dancers are clad a little more conservatively (used extremely loosely) in bra-like tops that don't expose too much cleavage but do display midriff, DangerouslyShortSkirts and underwear (although a few episodes featured guest side-stage dancers appearing in bikinis). The series makes a point to cut to shots of the models/dancers, and the show's hosts for that matter, every few seconds to the point where you forget (if you even cared in the first place) that there is a music act performing; the bikini-clad models also appear during the karaoke game "Machete";note In which contestants sing for a cash prize; the contestants are ruled on their singing ability by a little person clad in various costumes from Elvis Presley to a devil (played by Arturo Gil◊), either getting dumped with goo or taken down by miniature luchadors if they're ruled to be terrible or getting a kiss by an overweight woman if they're ruled as a good singer, if the contestant is rewarded as a good singer in that round, the audience gets treated to the bikini dancers jumping up and down to the congratulatory song (though there isn't much Gainaxing involved as you would think). If two or more contestants make it past that round, once the audience votes for a winner of the cash, the models then meet the contestant and have them fetch the bills from their bikinis (set to stripper music, no less!).
In a rarity for a game show, A Que No te Puedes, features quite a bit of fanservice. The series has a Family Feud-meets-Double Dare (1986) format (but with conventional stunt challenges and terror stunts instead of messy stunts) and started out with real contestants; from the get-go though, it had dancers dressed in the same manner as the stage left and right dancers on Estudio 2. When the format changed to feature Latin celebrities and models instead of real people, the show began to feature occasional episodes with teams of models: either clad in tight dresses, lingerie and bikinis. If the teams feature models in lingerie or bikinis, the host will bring them out from behind their podium and have them dance to a pop song. Since the show's format change, model Alejandra Pinzon◊ has served as one of the three judges ruling on whether the contestants completed their stunt; in said episodes featuring bikini models, Pinzon will wear a bikini herself (sometimes taking off another outfit to unveil it), revealing her very toned frame.
The variety series El Show de Lagramita y Costelnote Whose hosts portray father and son clowns also features models dressed similar to those in Estudio 2 and A Que No te Puedes. Like with Estudio 2, it has two models who wear outfits different from those worn by the others: in this case, two models often accompanying Lagramita and Costel wear black masks and jumpsuits with plunging necklines exposing their bikini tops and cleavage. One of these models (which sometimes differ depending on the episode) appears in sketches that appear twice an episode featuring the hosts and several others attending school.note Adults playing schoolchildren is a fairly common trope in Spanish language television, most visibly used and probably popularized by Cero en Conducta. The model appearing in the sketch (most commonly Leila Ciancanglini◊, though this changes sometimes depending on the episode) wears a very Sexy Schoolgirl outfit consisting of a bra and panties, dangerously short plaid skirt, and a midriff/cleavage bearing tied plaid shirt.
Several of the characters in Los Chuperamigos are vagabonds; there are some that aren't, including that show's fanservice girl (played by Elena Rojas, whose ample bust is actually given a tongue-in-cheek additional credit, "Elena Rojas y sus 2 melones"!)note Even those who are incredibly bad at speaking Spanish may get that this translates to "Elena Rojas and her two melons" in English..
One of the few telenovela examples is the Venezuelan soap La Marca del Deseo, in which four of its five main protagonists put on some degree of fanservice in (almost) every episode, except for Maria Canela (played by Heydi Bermudez◊, whose character is dressed conservatively in dresses that don't display more than the lower half of her legs, note Bermudez does appear in a bathing suit, a two-piece, in the opening titles.). Lead protagonist Maria Valentina (played by Stephanie Cayo◊) barely underqualifies as she mainly wears sundresses with short sleeves but no shoulders; three of the other leads – Maria Soledad (played by Mimi Morales◊), Maria Alegria (María Elisa Camargo) and Maria Claridad (Sara Corrales◊), however are shown in outfits that show off their well-built physiques. Almost every outfit Maria Soledad wears is a top tied to show midriff, Maria Claridad serves as a fanservice until she becomes pregnant In-Universe towards the end of the series; Maria Alegria wears very revealing outfits throughout almost the entire show (both in her nightclub music act and elsewhere), the actress who plays her is also a model, and it shows (in fact, if one does a Google search for Maria Elisa Camargo, it's easy to see why she's the one most often seen in revealing attire). The significant amount of fanservice is justified given the show is set in a beach community in a country located south of the Equator that has a tropical climate, but unless you watch the entire series, you do wonder a bit if they have any conservative outfits. Very few of the other female characters who are of similar ages to the main characters play up the fanservice in the show.
The Weather Channel: Even this channel does this with their forecasters. Never has learning you're about to get 14 inches of snow dumped on you been so pleasant to watch.
24: Kim Bauer, a glowing example of the Flat Character variant if ever there was one. However, for the first season, Nina and Mandy showed more flesh.
30 Rock: Cerie seems to be a deliberate contrast to the bright, intelligent, attractive though slovenly and neurotic main character.
The100: Octavia established her fanservice credentials in the first episode by stripping down to panties and crop top t-shirt and diving into the first body of water they found. The series has had surprisingly little of it (from women, anyway) since.
'Allo 'Allo!: Helga finds herself in her underwear more often than one would consider necessary for plot reasons.
American Horror Story: Asylum: Grace spends a lot of time being shown naked halfway through the season, but it comes across more as creepy than sexy, given that she was supposed to be dead at the time, and was actually being abducted and tested by aliens.
The number six Cylon model serves this function both in-universe and to the audience. With one or two exceptions, the number sixes seem to exist to radiate sex and use seduction as a weapon. This is especially true for the individual known as Caprica Six, who has many sex scenes and nude scenes, not always serving any purpose for the plot. Funnily enough, the producers flat out admitted that this is why they cast model Tricia Helfer, who had barely any acting experience, and came to be very surprised when she actually turned out to be an extremely talented actress.
The Number Eights also get their fair share of nudity and sex scenes.
More generally, of the seven primary types of Cylon, the woman Cylons are all extremely attractive. The male Cylons are all unremarkable and pedestrian. This holds true as well among the Final Five; even Helen Tigh is attractive for her age. The men, save for Anders, are fairly schlubby.
In addition to this, Cylons have no nudity taboo when they are not masquerading as humans. We get glimpses (and in some cases more than glimpses) of many naked Cylons onboard their Basestars.
Being Mary Jane: The title character in this BET drama is a successful, intelligent TV news host. Who loses no opportunity to demonstrate that Gabrielle Union is just as hot now as when she was in Bring It On (summed up in one scene where she's asked her niece Niecy over to help with her hair... and for some reason feels the need to get it wet beforehand by stripping down to her underwear and going for a swim).
Lucy Danziger (Paz de la Huerta) spends Season 1 constantly finding new reasons to take her clothes off.
A good chunk of the female cast of this show end up de-robed at some point.
Boy Meets World: Rachel served this purpose in her early appearances, where she would often wander around in a tiny bathrobe or really tight fitting shirts. Her role as this diminished after the whole "two guy reacting to having a hot girl as a roommate" plotline wore thin and the writers had to give the character something else to do.
Castle: Detective Kate Beckett from the New York Police Department yet. She nearly always wears somewhat tight pants and shirts, she has twice worn stunning dresses that left good old Richard Castle stunned... and then there was the one time she stripped down to her red undergarments covered only with a jacket and long heels. Not to mention that she worked as a model once, possesses a tight black leather motorcycle jacket and seems to have somewhat kinky bedroom taste. In one episode, she appeared in a bikini.
Sarah provides most of the overt fanservice (Proof), though Ellie and Anna also contribute in their own ways. Captain Awesome qualifies as Mr. Fanservice.
Nearly every female guest star on Chuck could also apply.
Sarah herself lampshades her role as this in a fifth-season episode, calling Casey out on how many skimpy and sexy outfits she's had to wear on missions over the course of the show one of the examples she lets slip was actually worn in a private moment when he balks at wearing a speedo on a mission.
Of course, their sexualization is a little strange, as Britta is a hardcore feminist and Annie is a naive and driven student, two personality traits that don't traditionally lend themselves to rampant sexualization. They get into a fight Hanging A Lampshade on this trend. So let's put their sexualization at half and half on the Watsonian Versus Doylist spectrum (The characters, despite being independent women also want and desire male attention, and the producers have two very attractive women on the cast, so you should probably sex them up a little bit).
Criminal Minds has Penelope Garcia, the team's sunny, bespectacled, and very, very buxom technical analyst who is known for her low-cut tops. Somewhat unusually for this trope, she's also a good deal heavier than the other main female characters, but this isn't called attention to at all and she's considered extremely attractive both in-universe and out. One especially blatant example: the episode "Snake Eyes" opens with her in bed, with the camera angled directly down her nightshirt, giving the viewership an excellent look at her magnificent tracts of land.
Csi Ny: Stella gets the title. She wears a low-cut Bullet Proof Vest for a start. She's also a lesson as to why this is not always a good title to have. Her last two boyfriends tried to kill her and Mac respectively. She ended up killing the former in self-defence.
The Dukes of Hazzard: Daisy Duke. No, not the garment, the character from this show for whom they were named. Not only did she wear short shorts most of the time, but often rather skimpy tops as well. She also had quite a few bikini scenes.
Everybody Loves Raymond: Debra provides this in at least two episodes- one where she "tells off" a woman who she thought accused her of dressing provocatively by overdoing it in front of her, and another where she tries to seduce Ray wearing only a nightie. Generally though, it's relegated to her wearing tight, but not out-of-place in reality clothing.
In all honesty, it's probably easier to list the Farscape characters who aren't coated in fanservice here. Pretty much everyone on the show exudes it in some form or another. However, it's usually incidental - Chiana is the only one who explicitly makes a point of it, actively using sex appeal (and full-on sex) as a tool to achieve her goals and plainly stating as much. That said, pick a character. Assuming you're not choosing Rygel, Noranti or Furlow (and even then, it's no guarantee), odds are they're going to ping somewhere on your fetish-radar.
Ros (played by burlesque performer Esme Bianco). While most of her scenes are plot-relevant and characterisation-rich (usually for whatever man she's interacting with), she's naked in pretty much all of them.
Daenerys has traits of this as well, as Emilia Clarke seems to be naked in every other episode.
She's been naked only six times in sixty episodes, but some of her outfits are revealing enough to qualify.
Margaery Tyrell has been nude or partially nude only twice, but she has sported cleavage quite frequently.
The Geena Davis Show: Geena Davis in her self-titled sitcom. That being all that it had going for it (though admittedly, this was still nothing to sneeze at at the time), the show didn't last long.
Glee: Has Santana and Brittany, who, when not dressed as Cheerios, wear some of the more revealing outfits in dance numbers. The writers seem to be making an effort to show that Lea Michele has a pretty smokin' body as well. The fourth season had her doing a very sexy version of Britney Spears' "Oops! I did it again" when Cassandra tells her she's not coming forward as sexy enough for her class. And let's not forget her revealing performance of "Baby, one more time" in season 2...
Serena van der Woodsen. In season one, she was fairly clothed, but since then she is usually showing lots of leg and always showing lots of breast. In fact, fans tend to refer to her breasts as separate characters.
Also Blair, whose lingerie is infamous. And who loves role-playing and bondage in the bedroom.
Ground Force: the rather staid and strait-laced world of TV gardening was livened up by presenter Charlie Dimmock, who scorned bras on the basis they were restricting and uncomfortable. She also favoured loose baggy t-shirts with scooped necks, and as a lot of her presentations were done whilst kneeling over her plants and bending over, the series soon gathered a fan-base that didn't know one end of a plant from the other. And being a British show, it rained a lot, which one could concede was good for the plants, once you got past Charlie in a wet t-shirt to give them a passing glance just for the sake of the thing.
The Insider: Lara Spencer on this U.S. celebrity/Hollywood news program. Viewers get to vote for what she wears on the next show. Although there's no cleavage bearing, they always seem to compliment her figure well. The main desk also has a transparent front, so that her legs can be seen.
JAG: Sarah "Mac" Mackenzie, Catherine Bell's character. The show took many opportunities to show off Mac both in uniform and in other attire, skivvies and swimwear included.
Xiomara, Jane's mom, can usually be seen in butt hugging shorts, short skirts and cleavage exposing tops.
Petra spends half her screen time reminding us how hot and leggy she is.
And as you'd expect from a character played by Bridget Regan, Rose. AKA Sin Rostro.
Jungle: This tragically short-lived series was a nature documentary hosted by a Miss Fanservice, Charlotte Uhlenbroek. One particularly breathtaking scene had her walking along branches barefoot and moving between vines in half-trapeze artist, half pole-dancer fashion.
Xev. Justified Trope in that an explicit part of her backstory is having a strongly amplified libido, and in it being that kind of show. Her normal outfit features a bare midriff and a short skirt, but some of her shower scenes are full-on softcore porn.
Only Xev could make eating a rat look sexy.
Prior to Xev, there was Zev, complete with a nude scene that didn't involve a body double.
Bunny Priest qualifies in her first appearance on the show. In one of her first scenes, she's showering with other women while Kai rubs soap all over her.
Life: Some fans were irked at the obvious Ms. Fanservice makeover given to Detective Dani Reese in its second and final season. Particularly memorable was a gratuitous slow-motion hip-swinging stroll in thigh-high boots whilst sucking on a lollipop. The change was seen as an obvious attempt to "sex up" the series by putting Sarah Shahi in more revealing clothing: replacing her sensible shoes with heels, taking down her hair which had been previously worn up in a no-nonsense bun, wearing lower cut tops (which was lampshaded by Crews with the suggestion that she utilize a few more buttons at the top of her blouse before entering a complex which housed former prison inmates).
Lost Girl: Literally all of the female characters. The show pretty much exists for this trope.
Bo especially. She lives in a world of push-up bras, shirts with the most possible cleavage shown, tight black pants, and lots of leather. And those clothes seldom stay on for a whole episode... Fans have given the her tendency to show cleavage the nickname 'Boobs O'Clock' and make it a game to find the best example in each episode.
The writers are totally aware of the Boobs O'Clock thing too.
Bo: How's this one?
Kenzi: Not low enough, you need boob-oola. Gotta let the girls breathe.
Kenzi too. She is the resident goth/pixie girl who doesn't show much cleavage, but often wears corsets over her shirts. She also wears a healthy amount of fishnet and is always in either tight pants or a mini skirt. Also she wears skyscraper heels most of the time.
Lauren and Ciara, as well as lots of the female guest stars qualify too. They are shown in either lingerie or clothes with leg and cleavage.
MAD: The feature "It's About Time!" parodied weather shows, suggesting how to enliven the dull subject of the local time with the presence of a perky buxom hostess, "your 'Good-Time Girl', Ticky Tock, with the latest time reports..."
Even this show had one, namely Carol Cleveland. The other Pythons called her "Carol Cleavage". Justified, as the Monty Pythons usually did female roles themselves. The only time they hired actresses was when the character had to show something the guy's couldn't fake. Thus, every woman in the Flying Circus tends to be fanservice.
Invoked Trope in the "Science Fiction Sketch" with the scientist's assistant, played by Donna Reading, in a skimpy minidress, staring out at the camera while posing coquettishly and giggling as she struggles through her lines.
Catalina. There was almost a whole episode dedicated to Earl and Randy making her reclaim her job of pole dancing, complete with gratuitous amounts of her jumping on the spot in skimpy lingerie. Never mind the fact her maid outfit is often suspiciously open to the cleavage for no reason. I guess that explains why the two brothers are still staying in the same motel...
To a lesser extent, Joy. But the effect is somewhat spoiled by her being mean and vindictive. (Of course some guys are into that.)
Although season three toned it down a bit Juliette still had her moments, including doing a shoot for Vogue dressed in a piece of white fabric and not much else while pregnant. (Ironically, given Panettiere was genuinely pregnant at the time she didn't do what's known in the business as "a Demi Moore" in the real world.)
Abby often wears very short skirts. Apart from that, she doesn't usually show much skin, but as a Perky Goth her clothing, accessories and tattoos could fill a catalogue of Fetish Fuel. She also has a couple of scenes of her changing clothes which, apart from showing off her tattoos, demonstrate that she doesn't wear a bra.
Caitlin "Kate" Todd got, in the space of two seasons and two episodes, a stretch in tight trousers, two Shower Scenes, a Sexy Schoolwoman outfit, a Spy Catsuit, a dominatrix cop outfit — and we discovered that she won a wet T-shirt contest (though that is never shown, just discussed).
Near the end of season 5, they realized that putting Ziva in a bikini might just draw in a few viewers. During various undercover missions - and in her free time - she often wears short, backless dresses, sometimes with Absolute Cleavage. The epsiode Undercovers opens up with her and Tony having fake sex.
NCIS: Los Angeles: They have Kensi, a very, very blatant example. Great, rounded character who gets in chick fights in low cut dresses in the middle of a randomly placed fountains. Note the plural. This has happened more than once. Her normal clothes tend to include thin, skintight shirts.
The Next Food Network Star: The Season 6 (2010) winner, Aarti Sequeira, is now hostess of Aarti Party. The food is not the only thing that's spicy◊ on that show.
Maggie Q. Often wearing if not exactly revealing then skin-tight clothing. Her spy catsuits are infamous. The show draws frequent attention to her legs as well as many close ups of her flawless features. Melinda Clarke, who plays Amanda, also gets some of this as well (as is often the case with Melinda Clarke).
Alex usually avoids this but there was an episode where she went undercover as a prostitute and did a jaw dropping poledance.
The Office (US): Parodied. Several of the cast (mostly Michael and Kevin) treat Pam like she is Ms. Fanservice (Michael often making suggestions to her on how to sex things up a bit) but Pam, while pretty, dresses rather conservatively (which she has admitted at one point is to discourage this type of behavior) and outright shoots down any attempt to get her to dress differently.
Ruby, whose waitress outfit invokes both Bare Your Midriff and She's Got Legs. Her off duty clothes are just as revealing. The irony of this is that her counterpart, Red Riding Hood, wears the most conservative outfit of all of the women in the fairy tale world.
Conversely, while Queen Regina regularly brings out her Absolute Cleavage and Television Without Pity doesn't call the Blue Fairy "The Boob Fairy" for nothing, their real world counterparts Mayor Regina and the Mother Superior are probably the most conservatively dressed women in Storybrooke.
One Tree Hill: Nearly every female character, Brooke Davis, Rachel Gatina, Gigi Silveri, Alex and Quinn being the most notable.
Power Rangers Lost Galaxy: Maya. Maya is perhaps the series' most famous, wearing a midriff-revealing outfit and portrayed by Cerina Vincent. And let's not forget Karone's sexy midriff-baring leather getup.
Power Rangers RPM: Tenaya 7 who seems to be getting more ass shots with the new producer. Go, Judd! We also have Summer Landsdown.
In the Turbo movie, Divatox showed considerably more cleavage. It was pointed out by more than one review that she was probably there specifically for the target audience's fathers and older brothers. (It should be stated that Hilary Shepard Turner (Divatox) was pregnant during the movie, and missed the first half of the TV season because of it. Whether it was intentional or simply pregnancy breast-engorgement, we may never know.)
Mighty Morphin' had Kimberly's gymnastics leotards and far more Beach Episodes than later series. Also, it's often forgotten nowadays but Trini wore outfits just as fanservice-y as Kimberly, wearing midriff-baring sleeveless tops and short shorts. In fact, Kimberly wore conservative outfits more often than Trini did. Trini was almost always either baring her midriff, wearing super short shorts, or both.
Has Alison, formerQueen Bee of Rosewood High, who spends various episodes of season 1 in a bikini for an unknown reason. Justified in the flashback to the beach, but she also wears her bikini when inside the Hastings house so...
Spencer seems to be heading this way as of season 4 as well. She gets much more revealing outfits than in the previous seasons, including miniskirts in the premiere episode that didn't go unnoticed by the fans.
Hanna and Emily also have their moments. Aria, not so much interestingly.
The protagonist of Relic Hunter, Sydney Fox, is played by model Tia Carrere. She doesn't seem to have any nudity taboo and the writers are good at finding reasons for her to strip down to her lingerie (or to full nudity, but then there tends to be a convient Scenery Censor at hand). The first-season credits features a shot of her taking her top off to reveal a lacy, black bra.
Revenge: Fake Amanda/Real Emily became the show's Ms. Fanservice in record time. Working as a stripper/lapdancer in her first episode (and first non-flashback appearance), going for a swim at Nolan's place in a very skimpy bikini in her second, sunning herself on Amanda in her third, kissing girls in the bar, perpetually rocking the denim cutoffs.... although they did tone this down somewhat before she was Killed Off for Real.
Louise Ellis took up the slack in season four, with her fondness for snug dresses and outfit that emphasize her curves, eye-catching bikinis and lingerie... Margaux LeMarchal summed it up when she said of her, "Quite the little sexpot, isn't she?"
In "Sex and Drugs", Charlie Matheson is seen slowly leaving a bathtub dripping wet, and later in a very flattering evening gown as bait for a honey trap for one of Drexel's enemies.
Nora Clayton sure likes her low-cut, thin tops (and is seen removing them at least twice so far). "The Love Boat" has Nora have sex with Miles Matheson at the end of the episode. "The Longest Day" has Nora then saying to Miles that she feels having sex with him is a mistake and later she gets captured by the Monroe Republic. "Clue" turns this into a Deconstructed Trope by Nora being forced to wear a white dress for Monroe, being tortured and may even have been raped off-screen. She noticeably wears outfits covering up most of her skin from that episode on and into "Children of Men" and "The Dark Tower".
Salem: Mary. Also Tituba, who is supposed to be posing as Mary's slave-a slave that wears a corset.
Gloriana-it certainly helps that she's a prostitute.
Sam & Cat: Cat continues her fine work in this field after her time on Victorious (see below), such as her genie Halloween getup in "#DollSitting."
Scream (the TV adaptation): Brooke. The promos even refer to as "the sex object" in a horror/slasher story.
Seacht: Paddy seems to have become this in the second series.
The Secret Circle: Each of the girls gets a turn at winding up in her undies or just a Modesty Bedsheet, particularly Melissa in the first few episodes. Faye also became this as time went on.
Semlons Gröna Dalar (Semlon's Green Valleys): This Swedish 1970s comedy series pokes fun at this trope with the in-series TV series Tant Raffa (approximately Sexy Auntie) in which a hot lady in lingerie reads classical fairy tales in an "interesting" manner. Mr Semlon is an avid fan of hers.
Sledge Hammer!: Some of the things done to the lissome Anne-Marie Martin: putting her fully clothed into a sauna, so her clothes shrink by about six sizes; have her assigned to Vice as a decoy, dressed like a street hooker; and get her in a mud-fight with a barely dressed arrestee. Not to mention all the excuses for baring her long slim legs...
Teyla Emmagan. No-one else in the entire regular cast of both shows in that verse walks around the base off-duty in a low-cut, midriff-revealing top. Teyla's pregnancy (a Written-In Infirmity case due to Rachel Luttrell's) led viewers to expect it to go down significantly. It didn't — there was just more cleavage.
Larrin, the Traveler ship captain who likes to tie Sheppard up.
Seven of Nine from Star Trek: Voyager. The heels and metallic catsuit may have make it abundantly clear that she is this trope. Her look and outfit were designed by the Holo-Doc, who was in love/lust with her.
T'Pol of Enterprise was a clear attempt to capture the same target demographic, but in the eyes of many fell flat on the whole "interesting character" thing. Among them, Jolene Blalock, the very actress who plays T'Pol. She even took the opportunity because she was a big fan of the original series and was disappointed immediately by the direction the producers took the character. Their explanation for her sexy costume when everyone else was in practical uniforms was especially hard to swallow: apparently it's a Vulcan uniform, except that no other Vulcans anywhere in any series have ever dressed like that. Most of those we see not wearing uniforms wear robes, not slinky catsuits, and it's a pretty big stretch to assume their science vessels would have uniforms so impractical as the things T'Pol wore.
Nearly every female Mirror Universe character is bisexual in Deep Space Nine. Regardless, the fanservice quotient isn't quite as high in Ron Moore's Trek. (He was an outspoken critic of Seven of Nine and more or less fired from VOY.) Jadzia Dax is the resident amazon, though she incorporated some androgynous traits from her past lifetimes as various men.
Predates this for very long time. We've got heroines with penchant of disguises (too many to count) to heroines who likes their Furo Scene (Umeko and Ran) to those who really look that good that they become fanservice on its own by appearing on-screen (such as Jasmine, Nanami, to name a few).
Surface: Unlike Gossip Girl, this was pretty much Leighton Meester's main function on this show.
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles: Cameron. In "Something Strange at the One-Two Point", she even ends up wearing a slinky, sleeveless black dress that leaves nothing to the imagination. There were a number of tracking shots lingering on Summer Glau's (yep, she gets a second entry) well-proportioned rear as she slowly, purposefully walks along. She also walked around wearing only a bra, boy shorts, and boots.
The Thin Blue Line: Habib in the episode "Honey Trap". Played for laughs, but at the same time quite a revelation given she is almost always otherwise seen in a conservative police uniform.
Top Chef: The hostess Padma Lakshmi fills this role, especially in her early seasons. Many fans expressed surprise about her tendency toward low necklines, bare midriffs, and shorts in a kitchen environment. Given that much of the viewership is female or gay, this was not as popular as one might expect, and she is now typically seen in elegant dresses.
Almost every female in this show has appeared naked or at least half-naked on-screen at one point or another. That's the way of HBO. Of course, in some cases this is rather Fan Disservice than service...
Special mention to Jessica for her Red Riding Hood sexy costume in season 5!
UFO: Lieutenant Gay Ellis. She is however treated as a competent professional by the men she serves with. And, of course, the female crewmembers of the SkyDiver submarines, whose tops were fishnet undershirts◊ like the men's. (Though the men were missing the fleshtone tape over the nipples, for some reason.) But that still doesn't beat Lt. Ellis' stripteasechange of uniform◊ in the episode "Identified".
All four of the young female leads (Rebecca Cross, Hillary Danner, Hudson Leick, Alexandra Wilson) in this short-lived Aaron Spelling series. In various episodes, they appeared onscreen in swimsuits, exercise leotards, lingerie, and nightgowns. They even provided fanservice when their characters were working, in very tight white uniforms with short skirts and white stockings. The series never bothered to even try to explain why the student nurses would be wearing such an outdated and impractical uniform, especially when their teaching nurse was wearing modern hospital scrubs.
This show sometimes went to absurd lengths to maximize the fanservice. In one scene of the pilot episode, the girls were sitting in a hot tub - while having a serious talk about how one of them had been sexually harassed and nearly raped. There was no rational reason for this scene to take place at a pool. It would have been more logical for them to have this talk in a private setting, like their apartment. It was a painfully thin excuse to show the four beautiful actresses in swimsuits.
Veronica Mars: The title character was a three-dimensional, complex character but somehow the producers found ways to put her in a cheerleading costume, a cosplay outfit, and a bikini — in addition to kissing another girl — all in the first season.
Victorious: All four of the female stars qualify - Cat and Jade burning up the screen in "Freak The Freak Out", Cat wearing practically nothing and getting sprayed with water during the Beach Episode "Trapped In An RV"note originally given the much better title "Survival Of The Hottest", Tori during several of her sexy song and dance numbers, Trina and her short shorts and tight tops.... looks like we were wrong about iCarly being the closest you can get to this on a tween show. Hence the Crossover between the two...
Xena: Warrior Princess: Xena herself, also Gabrielle, Callisto, Aphrodite (who is usually dressed in lingerie) and almost all of the Amazons. Gabrielle's costumes kept getting skimpier as the series progressed. There are a number of shower/bath/hot tub scenes (Xena steals Gabrielle's clothes in one) and some rear nudity. Lampshaded in the episode "A Day in the Life":
Xena: Maybe I should switch to chainmail.
Gabrielle: That would just attract a kinkier crowd.
and in "Forget Me Not", when Joxer is reading Gabby's scrolls to her when she is amnesiac:
Gabrielle: This thing I'm wearing - it keeps getting smaller?
Justified in the case of Gabrielle's top during the second season. The costume chafed, so parts of it were removed, and eventually the sleeves were cut off.
The X-Files: Agent Scully. She was initially a very downplayed example. She was the only prominent female character of the show, and she was cute enough, but she was always wearing baggy outfits and showing virtually no skin. Fox was reluctant to cast Gillian Anderson at first, wanting someone more conventionally fanservice-y, someone tall and well-endowed. However, as the series went on, she was getting exponentially hotter and wore tighter and sexier clothes. In "Never Again", aka the tattoo episode, Scully had pants halfway down, bending over, and was practically orgasmic. In the episode "En Ami", the Cigarette Smoking Man invites her to come with him, we see a) a close up of her cleavage as she adjusts her hidden microphone and b) a very revealing dress when she goes to have dinner with him.
X-Play: Speaking of nerds, one funny recurring question in the fandom of, and a trademark Running Gag constantly sent up on this show, is whether or not Morgan Webb is an actual gamer, or just there to serve as eye candy.