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Most of this is how the original material was mixed during production. Commercials are generally broadcast louder than the programming too. Try changing the sound field in the TV menu. Under the "Sound" menu of most TVs there are preset fields that are kind of like EQs. If you have a DVR, try different ones listening to the same show you are having issues with. The adjustments in most TVs are very limited. An external audio source (receiver, HTIB, soundbar) would give you more adjustable.
I also had this problem. I read elsewhere that this happens when your TV's audio setting are set to surround sound when you don't actually have a 5-speaker system. I changed the settings to regular stereo and it fixed the problem perfectly.
Mine does this too. Sorry if i tell you the wrong button, because i can't test it right now because I'm having the problem where my remote doesn't work. But i would either push the MTS button or the P. Mode don't remember which it was, but it would change the audio from stereo to mono and i think you want mono to fix it.