There is a thing called tangential learning, whereby people can gain basic information about a topic from a medium that otherwise won't be taught to them. Yes, not all of these will be facts, but it's the responsibility of a person to understand that what they are being told isn't 100% gospel truth. That's where people will eventually come across the information that is truthful, or seek it by their own volition, and will absorb it much more easily just because they already had an introduction and an interest in it. You can't judge entertainment because it lacks factual merit without understanding that interest in entertainment can
create in people to learn about the facts.