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Mexican activists demand soap operas about drugs be banned before midnight

2 November 2016 4:30 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Activists argue that shows such as Lord of the Skies and Queen of the South glorify crime at a time when the country is overwhelmed by drug war violence

Mexican politicians and conservative activists are demanding that television shows about the drugs trade be banned before midnight to spare impressionable young people from exposure to the gratuitous violence and lavish lifestyles of mafia kingpins.

They argue that shows such as Lord of the Skies, which dramatizes the life of Juárez cartel founder Amado Carillo Fuentes, and Queen of the South – the story of a fictional female kingpin – glorify crime at a time when the country is increasingly overwhelmed by drug-war violence.

Related: Rosario Tijeras Colombians outraged by narco soaps glamorising cartels

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- David Agren in Mexico City

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