What's the one TV show you can just watch over and over again?  In Michigan, the answer to that lies in the late 1990s.

Business Insider looked at the streaming habits of all 50 states so far this year.  And in Michigan, we still love us a little Chandler and Monica, because 'Friends' topped the list. A trait we shared with three other states, Idaho, Oregon and Vermont. Which is weird in one way: three of the four states are along the Canadian border.

Here are some other highlights from the study:

1.  "The Office", #1 in 12 states . . . Arizona, Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Texas.

2.  "13 Reasons Why", a Netflix series about a suicide is tops in 7 states . . . California, Delaware, Georgia, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, and Oklahoma.

3.  "Grey's Anatomy", 6 states . . . Connecticut, Hawaii, Maine, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico,

4.  "Supernatural", 5 states . . . Colorado, South Dakota, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Wyoming.

The only other shows with more than one state are "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" in North AND South Carolina . . . "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" in Maryland and Washington . . . and the anime series "One Piece" in Illinois and Wisconsin.

In Alabama, the most binged show is "The Simpsons" . . . in Alaska, it's "Boy Meets World" . . . in Arkansas, "Roseanne".

In Kentucky, it's "Frasier" . . . in Montana, "Modern Family" . . . and in New Hampshire, "Pokémon".

The most-streamed show in North Dakota is "Pretty Little Liars" . . .  in Utah, "Survivor" (who watches old episodes  . . . and in Virginia, "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air".

And apparently the people of Nebraska are CRUSHING the obscure anime show, "Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood".  Or more likely, six or seven teenagers have watched it, like 50,000 times.

 

 

(Netflix started streaming a live-action movie version of it earlier this year.  So that's probably why the anime version is suddenly popular.)