"Why don't you go outside? Climb a tree?" seemed to be a common question asked by parents.
Well, it turns out we're all hypocrites. The Matures watch more TV than the Boomers. Boomers watch more than the Xers. And Xers watch more than the Ys.
Time.com reported on the Deloitte study this week.
According to a new study from Deloitte (h/t TVTattle), "millennials" (Americans aged 14 to 25) watch 10.25 hours of TV per week—although they spend more time with "media" (including computers, videogames and music) than other age groups. Beyond that group, TV use goes up with age: 15.1 hours for Gen X (those aged 26 to 42), 19.2 hours for baby boomers (43-61) and 21.5 hours for "matures" (62-75).