If you love binge watching a TV show on networks or Hulu, you're not alone, not by a long shot.
A new survey from consulting firm Deloitte found that 70% of Americans admit to watching at least three or more episodes of a TV show in one go.
And millennials, an average of 84% of them have binge watched.
Overall, Americans love to binge watch dramas more than comedies.
Probably because we just can't wait to see what happens next.
And there are There are plenty of other interesting tidbits in the study too.
Almost half of us subscribe with streaming service like Netflix or Hulu, both of which cater to our binge watching habit by automatically playing the next episode when the current one ends.
And you guessed it more millenials than any other generation are paying for a streaming TV service.
And while most older Americans are turning to their TV's to well, watch TV, millenials are using anything but.
More of us are turning to our tablets or phones to tune in to House of Cards or Transparence.
And now if you don't mind, I've got to go binge watch The Americans on my iPad with Amazon Prime.
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