One of the biggest stories of a decade ago was how Millennials were living with their parents at home at far higher rates than had been seen since World War II. In 70 years, most young people eschewed their parent’s homes and struck out on their own. However, in the aftermath of the Great Recession, many millennials opted not to strike out on their own. It wasn’t for a lack of desire. Low-wage service jobs weren’t paying skyrocketing rents and student loans were a financial drag on already meager incomes. However, over the past decade, some millennials were able to move up, get better jobs, and slowly make their way out into the world. That is until Covid-19 sent many back to their parent’s house. For this hardest hit generation, it seems like we just can’t catch a break. In this PBS special, we learn about how Millennials are coping with the pandemic and the economic upheaval.