It is important to recognize that television channels are an open window to the world from the different perspectives that encourage their respective informational projects. However, violence, morbidity, and sex, have become the bases of several television programs.
Competitiveness has not been based on a serious and responsible program, but on the attraction of the public with some banal and rude content, that are on the border of what is ethically permissible. The growth of the audience through the provocation of the instincts, the passions of the viewers are looking for. It is necessary to put the appropriate means to the epidemic of vulgarity and eroticism that floods the small screen and only degrades the viewer. We cannot accept that the assertion of Lope de Vega happens: “if the multitude is stubborn, it is fair talking to them stubbornly to make them glad.”