The problem with the entertainment industry is that their version of originality is basically the same as yours.
Sometimes I wonder why you even bother to reply Isukun. That is completely fatuous and pointless. Not only is it untrue, it doesn't even apply in this case.
Rather than offer new stories, they simply change the setting and use the same tired character archetypes and scenarios. And from what I've learned about writing, people who use the setting for the underlying base of their story are poor writers. Stories are about people, not places. When you start writing your characters around the setting and scenario, you tend to end up with poorly realized characters and a story that doesn't hold up.
I begin to pity you Isukun.
Your conception of the world is mostly limited to some imagined binary ideal: something is either right or wrong, this way or that way, black or white.
You have very little grasp of the full variety of story types out there. It sounds to me if all you really know about are things like porn or TV soaps. Perhaps you need to get out and read more?
IsukunNo. you just disagree there is a difference.
And that statement is still incorrect.
There is no difference in this case:
Disagree with Isukun == you are wrong.