Internet laughs at how husband ‘doesn’t watch’ wife’s favorite TV shows.

A married couple’s viral video hilariously highlighted a very relatable scene in many marriages.

Melz and Chris have garnered over 500,000 followers with their self-described “marriage humor” content. Her latest video, about a situation very familiar to many, has garnered over 2.3 million views.

It’s an acknowledging moment: your partner tells you that they don’t like your favorite TV show and don’t want to watch it with you, only to find themselves in the room highly motivated every time it pops up on the screen.

“That’s not how my husband looks at my stupid shows when I put them on,” Malz commented on Chris’ video. Melz flipped the camera from the TV screen to show Chris sitting on his knees on the couch and watching TV with a drink in hand.

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Stock image of a couple watching TV at home. A married couple’s viral video hilariously highlighted a very relatable scene in many marriages.
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It’s no secret that television plays a huge role in modern relationships, although most don’t want to admit it.

Although some treat it as a guilty pleasure, watching TV together can actually be very beneficial for married couples. A study by Propeller Insights and Xfinity of 1,935 adults between the ages of 25 and 49 showed that 66 percent of couples found that watching TV together strengthened their relationship.

Almost 30 percent of couples admitted to canceling a social date to watch their favorite TV show together, while 55 percent of parents even put their children to bed at a different time to watch their favorite TV show together.

It’s also a big part of future relationships, the study showed, with around 30 percent of single millennials saying their TV preferences made them choose not to date someone.

With television clearly playing such a huge role in modern relationships and marriages, Malt and Chris’ viral scenario prompted other TikTok users to rush to share their very own similar stories.

“They really think they’re not really seeing it unless they sit down,” wrote one TikTok user.

“Mine swears he can’t stand my shows but boy does he have an opinion when something yummy happens,” joked another.

One user shared, “He then finally sits down and then yells out of the bathroom to tell him when it’s back on.”

“I put it on and he pretends to look at his phone. When I look over, he’s actually staring at the TV screen,” one TikTok viewer commented.

For one user, the pose Chris struck in the video earned the term “flamingo pose” because it’s a common occurrence in male families.

news week asked Melz and Chris for comment.

https://www.newsweek.com/marriage-video-funny-tiktok-watching-tv-standing-1752015 Internet laughs at how husband ‘doesn’t watch’ wife’s favorite TV shows.

Rick Schindler

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