A month of zapping: The Autumn TV programs that got a pass and those that failed
To tell you the truth, the TV viewer has a lot of power, the power to zap: to change the channel with the simple click of the remote and choose which program he finds most deserving of his viewership, or even, to turn off the TV and do something else. It is fair, however that viewers be critics of the programs put on air, and we hope, that critical viewership can help editors to choose better schemes for their shows and provide better TV to the public.
Take Italian television for example. The Italian Parents' Movement (MOIGE), has created a classification that accepts and rejects programs show this past September that were aired during the prime viewing hours of kids. They surprised us. Let's look at them together.