You are missing the point
It looks like you completely missed the point
You should be able to customise stuff not least to make navigation more efficient - just look at any OS - less junk is good thing. Nobody likes loads of useless stuff they're not interested in to get in the way of the parts they want to keep.
<i>"If you have pictures or examples of what you feel are beyond acceptable
standards, such as "this would never be a movie jacket or on a marquee
outside a theater", please take a photo, upload it, and paste the link
You're kind of missing the point here too. It's not just about whether stuff is offensive. Chocolate at the check-out of a supermarket is not offensive per se, it's that it's not helpful to parents to put it there just because the kids are going to fixate upon it.
If you choose to place something called "My Videos" prominently on the screen, any 7-10 year old may well think those are indeed "our videos" and start clicking on them expecting to be able to play them. Lo and behold, they are confronted with mainstream titles, posters and synopses which are not for them - whether they are corrupted by them or not is totally not the point.
The whole point here is it should be possible to get rid of the annoying stuff that you're not interested in, instead of having it distract you and potentially upset your kids.
This is a very basic concept of good design. You're not going to make many people buy your TVs more just because you have advertising for lovefilm, etc. For those who don't use these services it's just junk. For those who do - they already subscribe. I'm sure these guys are subsidising these apps in the hope they will lead to more subscribers, but you should know better than to push this stuff so crudely
You should learn from what happened with operator sponsored pre-loaded mobile phone and PC apps and "trial/bloatware" - people go to great lengths to remove them and it ends up creating negative feelings about the brand