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Do the reminiscent thoughts of television shows such as Full House and Family Matters still linger in your mind Shows which had value and morality written all over them shows that the whole family could sit down and watch together The days of family oriented shows are long gone they have been replaced by shows of raunchy teen love mindless superheroes and plots filled with the viewing of augmented breast The evolution of television shows has shown that families no longer have the time to sit down and watch TV as a whole This is shown through the types of shows that are no longer being aired by the shows that are being aired and by the actors who star in them Back when television was considered a family past time Sitcoms and dramas were mainly family oriented Sitcoms such as Full House and Family Matters or even Happy Days were thought to be good shows that the whole family can sit down and enjoy They were shows that expressed a purpose and usually taught a lesson Shows that didnt need to use sex or violence to be enjoyed But in todays society those types of shows are rarely aired on mainstream primetime slots Family oriented shows are now replaced by show that have no real purpose but to make you tune in and watch Today sitting down and flipping through channels to find something that the whole family can watch is rather difficult Todays shows are so demographically produced that it is very hard for a family to sit down and watch it together Almost every show aired is produced to be watched by a certain age gender or social back round A teenage girl might watch a great show such as Dawsons Creek with the shows beautiful stars and imaginative plots of love and betrayal To a male teen these attributes would be thought of to be a waste of time
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