Christmas is almost here, and as you settle down to celebrate the Christmas cheer what are you watching?
Have you queued up “Friends” or maybe “The Office?”
A study from USDish.com figured out what TV show most Hoosiers watch during Christmas, and they found the 90s and early 2000s are all the rage.
The answer for our state, “The Simpsons.” During the holidays the episode, “Marge Be Not Proud” has around 16.7 million viewers.
But, we don’t stay faithful to “The Simpsons” for long, as we wait to countdown the new year, Indiana tends to stick to “Friends.”
How do they know? They analyzed IMDb for episodes that had the word “Christmas, looked at all shows made between 1990-2020 that had more than 1,500 IMDb votes, and had a rating of at least 7.5.
They said they also looked at TV Listings to find out how many viewers each episode had.