A few days ago, I asked about "watching and seeing movies". Thanks for your answer.
I have two related questions:
1. Longman Dictionary of Phrasal Verbs has given an example under the entry for "Look at": "The children spend too much time looking at television."
To my non-native ears, it sounds odd: look at(?)
2. The same dictionary has another sentence under the entry for "Look in": "I don’t intend to look in tonight, there’s nothing worth watching." Here, "look in" has been defined as "to watch television".
Is this "regional"?