Yesterday Cay turned to me and asked, "When was the TV on last?" It'd been a few days... at least. This morning I'm watching the news to catch up, but that's about it. Once the news is off, the TV will be, too, until tomorrow... maybe...
We routinely watch less than a half dozen shows during the week in winter: news in the morning. Psych on Wednesdays, Dr Who on Saturdays, Once Upon a Time on Sundays, and The Biggest Loser and the Amazing Race when they're on. We also do a little On Demand viewing. We rewatched all the old Psych and Monk episodes in early spring when it was still cold, and I watched all the Longmire Season One episodes a few weeks back. A lot of our viewing now is via web, and occurs late at night.
During the days we're more active. We're out DOING STUFF, living life.
Yesterday's question made me aware of how little we use the TV, and what a big space it occupies in our home. I like my bigger screen for movies, but when this one goes, I'll likely go smaller.
There are days on end now where I don't even think about the TV (except to dust it) and I've found that there's something very calming and freeing about not planning my day around my favorite programs.