Watching shows together is a way to bond with adult kids
Millennials have helped change the way we do some things, including how we watch TV. Their habits like binge watching and viewing on demand have rubbed off on us, although most boomers still sit in front a TV set, not a laptop like their kids.
While millennials are the most frequent bingers, boomers are not too far behind, according to the 10th annual Digital Democracy Survey. The younger crowd plops down to watch six episodes at a clip; their parents and grandparents average four episodes. Multitasking occupies most viewers but, again, millennials top out with an average of four activities: texting, surfing the web, checking email and using social media.