The masses appear to be satisfied with their lives, and lack the questioning of their place in the world. Watching TV and most movies created for the last 25 years proves they/we are being CONditioned that extreme violence is "entertainment." It does make a wiser person question the agenda of the "entertainment" industry, and why their focus is so limited.
Back in the early days of TV, even a married couple was never shown sleeping in a bed together.
Now, we have network TV which shows couples of any gender and mix, engaging in private acts, perhaps with some blurring, but there's no doubt about what is going on, and audio leaves no doubt. Cable channels offer what back alley movie theaters only used to, after 10 PM.
And, I watched a few minutes of Hotel Hell the other evening. The critic/star of the show would have been much more entertaining if almost every sentence he made didn't have a Bleep Out in it.
Folks who are well spoken, and have at least a general command of the English language, (with or without being a Brit, or Brit accent, as he does), don't need to use profanity to deliver their message.
It does take some talent to write an interesting script. Same with the "hauntings/ghost shows" that another person I know watches. Bleep, Bleep, Bleep.
Says to me that there is no real content, and the producers are cheaping out on hiring interesting script writers.