Created by real-life friends Blair Peyton, Christie Quackenbush (pictured left) and Bryan Hancock, TUNED OUT is a documentary-style sitcom that's produced locally in Roanoke, Virginia.

The series begins when a camera crew shows up to follow the daily antics of a small-town, religious radio station “Good God FM”. Unbeknownst to the staff, the radio station has been sold to conglomerate Stratus Media. By the end of episode 1, “Pop FM” was born thus forcing the inept staff to adapt to the unfamiliar.

The colorful characters that inhabit the world of TUNED OUT have private lives so outrageous that even the most successful psychologist couldn’t help. Click HERE to get to know the individual characters.

Midway through season four, Tess’s parents purchase Pop FM after Stratus Media had abandoned ship and fired everyone. As a cost cutting measure, “Pop FM” transforms into “Talk FM” to avoid those pesky music licensing fees.

Even with the change, there’s still more content off air than on.