Have you ever avoided taking someone out on a date because you didn't like their tv taste? Apparently many people now view the shows that someone watches as an extremely important characteristic when seeking a significant other. According to a recent study, around 30% of millenials will not date someone if they have different tv preferences.
For a unique promotion for new original web series titled "Glued," Propeller Insights and Xfinity surveyed 1,935 adults ages 25-49 concerning their interactions over television.
The results of the study were given to The Wrap, and here's what they found:
- 66% of couples say watching TV together has strengthened their relationship; for millenial couples, it's almost 75%
- 55% of parents have put their kids to bed earlier or later so they could watch their favorite TV show together
- Almost 30% of couples have canceled a social engagement to watch their favorite TV show
- 50% of couples admit to "TV Cheating," or watching without their partner
- About 30% of single millenials have chosen not to date someone based off their TV viewing preferences
Check out this infographic for "Glued" that has other interesting findings.
For all the single folks out there, be mindful of the shows you choose to binge-watch as they just may have a huge impact on your dating life.
"Glued," directed by John Riggi, stars real life couple John Ross Bowie and Jamie Denbo and will take viewers on a humorous journey that everyone can relate to with events such as: "the discovery of a new show, barriers to watching, the guilt of "TV cheating" on your spouse and the trials and tribulations of spoiler avoidance outside the home."