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Are TV reboots “alienating the YouTube generation?” Bringing back a TV series of the past has been trending with networks, but with teens and tweens gravitating towards short-form content on social media platforms and YouTube, it’s speculated that the “the trend of rebooting long-dead shows their parents are excited about is only going to reinforce their sense that television is for old people.” However, our Binge Effect trend shows that might not be the case: 71% of 13-17-year-olds have binge watched a show that has not been on TV for several years–we explore which they love in today’s insight article!

Oct 12 2016

Are TV reboots “alienating the YouTube generation?” Bringing back a TV series of the past has been trending with networks, but with teens and tweens gravitating towards short-form content on social media platforms and YouTube, it’s speculated that the “the trend of rebooting long-dead shows their parents are excited about is only going to reinforce their sense that television is for old people.” However, our Binge Effect trend shows that might not be the case: 71% of 13-17-year-olds have binge watched a show that has not been on TV for several years–we explore which they love in today’s insight article! (Forbes