In any case, it has to be paid for. *shrug* In the US, IIRC, it started out commercial,hence terms like "soap opera." Those lovely serial dramas were largely paid for by the big household product companies like Proctor and Gamble -- either that or tobacco companies.
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Long story short. TV has to get paid for, somehow. Right now, it's via advertisers who somehow think that middle aged women like myself want to watch sinewy teenagers fake-emoting on DWTS. Go figure.
In the case of the DWTS people I think that it's sometimes about acting ability/fake emotion rather than logic versus emotion. Sorry for bringing in that tangent.
Back to the logic piece, I know quite a few engineering types who literally diagram dance patterns n order to be able to learn them. Very, very logical dancers. This doesn't mean that they can't access the emotional parts of themselves. It's just that their primary mode of learning is left brained.