It is true
There is no need to declare a truth in this matter. The topic is merely for discussion purposes and not subject to a debate. A simple restatement, without exaggerated references such as these will do. An academic tone will be better achieved without it.
There might be some reasons to illuminate
Are you saying that there are no reasons for the discussion? In which case this paragraph will have failed to deliver a clear opinion statement and reasoning line. Where there is no clear opinion and thesis statement, the paragraph will have neglected to meet opinion clarity and response format directions.
There are several reasons why people go in for foreign-produced series rather than ones produced in their own country.
This is a mere repetition of the topic restatement. That must be done only twice. Once in the restatement paragraph and the other in the recap. It does not need to be done in the reasoning and discussion paragraphs.
The discussion paragraphs are acceptable and deliver clear explanations. However, the s punctuation marks that help deliver thought clarity are feuer and far between, showing a lack of sentence structure knowledge. There are also a feW misused words in the presentation, but none that would result in too much of word usage and grammar usage score deduction.
The conclusion lacks a topic reference but that can be deduced from the information presentation. It would do you score well to include that next time as a reverse paraphrase inclusion.