See in the USA we have another option. To discuss in public (gasp) things we dislike and disagree with. It's not just for politics. "Like it or leave it," is not a democratic ideal, it's a dictatorial one. Criticise and hope for change, is a much more positive response.
Criticizing and critiqueing does bring positive energy. Without it misinformation, bigotry, injustice, racism, sexism, and intolerance of any kind is perpetuated, not solved. If the duplicity, deception and misinformation doesn't bother you, well ok. You still have the right to watch the show or not. Just as those who wish to criticize and critique also have the right to talk about it (or not) and to choose to watch it (or not) as we see fit.
But just as you would suggest that only the gullible believe that the show is real, I (my opinion) think it's just as gullible to assume the show is "saving lives." Maybe, maybe not. How would we know if we're not told the truth about what the results were, how they were attained, or if they were long-lasting.
I'm not saying the show should be cancelled or that no one should watch the show. I'm saying that knowledge is power, and only through discussion and yes, even debate and criticism can true knowledge be attained.