A poll of 1,500 adults aged 18 to 25 identified other musts as closing the curtains, turning all the lights off, and suitably comfortable chairs – to ensure the atmosphere is spot on.
A third like to watch their favourite shows accompanied by their partner but 23 per cent would rather not risk being disturbed at a crucial point in the episode – preferring to watch TV on their own.
The research found the average 18 to 25-year-old will spend seven hours a week in front of the TV and will watch up to four box sets at any one time.
To help boxset fans get maximum enjoyment from their favourite shows this summer, Samsung UK has teamed up with psychologist Dr Sophie Mort to create a series of handy tips.
It features advice on how to avoid arguments over what to watch next and pointers on how to combat the lull after a series ends – a feeling endured by 26 per cent of those polled.
A way to relax and unwind
The study also found it takes 38 per cent only a couple of days to finish off a series, while one in 10 say it takes them less than a day, with nearly three in 10 feeling a sense of accomplishment when they do.
Almost half (47 per cent) turn to TV to help them relax whilst more than four in 10 watch to avoid boredom and over a third (31 per cent) use their favourite shows as a distraction from their daily lives.
In fact, a third of young adults tune in to learn something new while 31 per cent press play because it inspires them to try new things or travel to new places.
Buffering in between episodes (44 per cent) and waiting for the next series of their favourite show to be released

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