To be fair, it's a share of both parties doing bad decisions.
Aplaplac:>doing topical references that were already dated by the time the season was airing>songs were uninspired as hell yet kind of catchy>most of the jokes were hit or miss>trying to appeal an audience that was already on college and grew out of watching TV
TVN:>airing it on prime time, a segment usually reserved for re-runs of american movies>even worst: on sunday (or saturday, can't remember), a day where no one watches national TV>the pacing of the episodes being cut off by commercial breaks (to the point they replay specific segments of the episode twice so people didn't get lost)>having little to no advertising after the season's premiere
And also, since grannies spend their free time watching TV, most channels insist on airing soap operas, and the only decent channel we have stopped airing old Simpsons episodes (most of them censored because muh catholic channel) in favor of shitty touristic documentaries. It's pretty much free adspace at this point.>>97812432
The funny thing is how extreme the contrast is between some parts, because parts of the decent suburbs and the ghettos kind of blend together, but the rich part is an entirely different city altogether. Not an ugly city, mind you, but still different.