Young people are continuing to switch off from traditional TV - favouring internet catch up and streaming services.
A new report from the UK's OFCOM agency has found that more than 76% of young people now use a subscription service, compared to 19% of people aged over 65.
It means that younger people are watching a third less live TV than in 2010.
On average 16 to 24-year-olds were found to watch one hour and 54 minutes of TV a day, compared to three hours and 32 minutes across all age ranges.
Binge watching was popular among all age groups - 79% of adults watch multiple episodes of a series using internet services.
A third of adults admitted to losing sleep to stay up watching.
OFCOM said that the trend has been driven in part "by the availability of faster home internet speeds, a rise in the number of connected TVs, and increased take up of smartphones and tablets".
Lindsey Fussell, OFCOM consumer group director, said: "The vast majority of people said they found binge-watching relaxing, enjoyable and that they were glad to do it.
"But young people, interestingly, said it gave them something to talk about with their friends."
The change in viewing habits points to a different future for the traditional television industry.