When it comes to what we watch, the research shows that Britons are a conservative bunch, drawn to the same programmes out of habit and routine. Nearly a quarter of those surveyed (24%) said they watch ‘on autopilot’, whilst a further third (33%) admitted that TV provides a sense of structure to their lives. 45% said TV helps them relax or switch off.
Brits are also cautious when choosing new programmes to watch. Whilst one in six (16%) say they will watch a new TV show because of FOMO (fear of missing out) and one in four (25%) because it’s being talked about in the media, many Britons are risk averse, opting for new shows that come recommended by friends or family (43%) or starring their favourite actor (35%).
It certainly seems that the traditional way we watch TV hasn't changed too much over the years and it looks like it will be here for years to come. For help with any TV reception problems or for TV Aerial Installation click here