I think the hadith that you quote is very clear about lowering the gaze.
Shaykh, Muhammad ibn Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen said regarding the issue:
Watching television is divided into three categories:
1) Watching that which is of benefit for one's religion and beneficial
matters of this life, however it is conditional on it not becoming a
means to see the haraam, for example, the woman sits looking at and
enjoying seeing the man giving the news, because this would be fitnah.
The same applies to the man, looking at a beautiful woman giving the
news with enjoyment, this is a fitnah.
2) Seeing that which is harmful to one's religion is haraam because
the believer is obligated to protect himself and his family in the
3) That which is of no benefit or no harm is nonsense which does not
befit the believer and the believer should not waste his time with it.
Source: Watching TV
The Messenger of Allah, may the prayers and blessings of Allah be upon him, said:
''The zinâ' of the eyes is the gaze (at that which is unlawful, e.g.
nudity); the zinâ' of the ears is to listen (to talks of nudity which
excites the carnal desired); the zinâ' of the tongue is to speak (what
is evil); the zinâ' of the hand is to touch (the female which is
unlawful to you); the zinâ' of the feet is to walk (towards
immorality); the zinâ' of the heart is to desire (what is unlawful),
and it is the private parts which either commits or shuns the actual
act of fornication." (Muslim 4/1397 no. 6421, 6422)