The number of UK homes without a TV is on the increase, according to an Ofcom report.
There has been a "significant increase" in the number telly-free homes in the last 12 months, with young people most likely to shun the gogglebox. That's according to the Consumer Experience of 2014 Report.
4 per cent of UK homes don't have a TV. In 2013, that figure was 2 per cent.
Students are most likely to go without a TV. 15 per cent of them live without a set, while that figure falls to 7 per cent for 16-34 year olds.
Chances are more people are watching on other devices like tablets, laptops, desktop PCs and mobiles. The percentage of homes with a connected device of some kind remains unchanged since 2013 at 82 per cent.
61 per cent of adults receive pay-TV, which is up from 58 per cent in 2013.
Bundled services (e.g. quad-play offerings of mobile, landline, broadband and TV) are also on the up. The number of people with bundled services rose from 60 per cent in 2013 to 63 per cent in 2014. Good news for Sky and EE.
Another Ofcom report previously said that the number of hours we spend watching live television was falling. In 2013 this fell by 11 minutes, which is the biggest year-on-year decrease since 2010.