Sure, an interesting reason and a policy of the state:
Spain is planning to ban dubbing on foreign television programmes in an effort to boost the nation’s English proficiency.
Spaniards lag far behind their Scandinavian, German and Dutch cousins when it comes to speaking English, but they could soon be shooting up the EU English league tables with the new proposal.
Virtually all foreign films or series shown by Spanish channels are dubbed by local actors, which has hindered language skills.
The conservative Popular Party (PP) led by Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy wants to boost children’s knowledge of English, along with other proposed measures such as an increase in the number of native-speaker conversation teachers in school classrooms.
And also you can bugger off matey. if people want to have dubbed programs then they should have dubbed programs. If they don’t, or would prefer subtitles, then they can have those instead. This is one of those problems that the market, pure and unadorned, can deal with.