By KENNETH POTTER | USA, July 15, 2017 13:03:22What are the best things to watch this summer?
Movies, video games and television?
Well, according to a new survey from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, yes, it’s all about TV.
That’s because most people watched TV as children, according the survey of adults conducted for the BLS by the company iSuppli.
But the majority of them watched TV later in life, according Nielsen.
And, as a result, that’s where most people’s preferences for the best TV shows and movies shifted in the last few years.
The results come from the 2017 American Consumer Satisfaction Index, which is based on responses from nearly 20,000 respondents.
The survey asked people about their favorite shows, movies and TV shows in the United States, with a focus on the years before the recession hit in 2007.
Those were the years when people watched a lot of TV.
Among those who watched TV, the top-rated shows on cable, satellite and other platforms were “Crazy High,” “Game of Thrones,” “Lost” and “Star Trek.”
Among adults who watched those shows, the second-highest-rated TV shows were “Stranger Things,” “The Walking Dead” and the “Fargo” series.
Those who watched “Catch You If You Could” also came out on top.
In that year, the number of people who watched the show was more than six times higher than those who didn’t.
But among those who did watch the show, people watched it more than four times as often as those who were not.
The top-ranked TV show in 2017 was “The Mindy Project,” which had more than three million viewers, according iSupplis data.
The second-ranked show was “Girls,” which has more than 2.2 million viewers.
Among the top 10 most-watched shows in 2017 were “CSI,” “Arrow” and a series of “Grey’s Anatomy” episodes.
In 2018, the show “The Big Bang Theory” ranked No. 2 on the list with 2.4 million viewers in the 18-49 demographic.
The most-popular movies on television also ranked high in 2017, according a survey by The Wall Street Journal, which said the most popular movies from 2017 were, among other things, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2,” “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and, of course, “The Force Awakens.”
The best-rated movie of 2017 was the sci-fi adventure “The Martian,” with a total of 2.9 million viewers on TV.
The best-performing TV show was the drama “Downton Abbey,” with 1.6 million viewers and the second most-liked movie was “Criminal Minds,” with 2 million viewers overall.
The study was based on a survey of 1,000 adults in the U