Yes, TV actors should be paid more for their work. As the economics of television has changed drastically with the influx of streaming and Internet-based TV shows, TV actors should absolutely be paid more for their work and should be compensated fairly in conjunction with royalties, sponsors, and potential tie-ins with commercial ventures.
In a world where teachers everywhere and at every level are underpaid and where education is a privilege only a wealthy few have access to, there is nothing that would justify actors' current salaries let alone being paid even more. Yes, their work is important and it should be compensated appropriately but let's get out priorities right and maybe then we'll start to make this world a better place,
By any stretch of the imagination, the money currently paid to TV actors is more than proportionate to the work that they do. Although popular starts frequently gain enough negotiating power to demand a higher salary if they are in a popular series it is a pity that they can use this to essentially hold their employers to ransom.
Most Television actors earn a very good living for their work. In fact, being an actor on television pays much more than most professions earn. Therefore, television actors should not be paid more for their work. Instead, society should consider paying other professions more for their work: fast food workers, hotel staff , retail employees and many other low-paying service jobs.