Hello Kallini. It depends. My life is dominated today by the hours for work and associated hours for that purpose - driving, getting ready, meals, (I eat two meals at work) The TV is a pacifier today. I have basic cable. Good stuff for late TV like 30 Rock. I live in California and watch WGN in Chicago. They have better comedies there on there local network. Except for Jimmy Belushi - According to Jim. That is local to me. Reading is a challenge unless I blitz it and take a day off for that purpose. Then I get it done in one sitting. Otherwise I pre-read all my books several times turning them into reference books. Or, I know where that info is and look it up. I stopped pleasure reading years ago. The local newsprint is that now. Work at a PC is bunches for work and not as much for HP and then there is the NHRA broadcast on Sundays on the NET. Unless I'm writing then they compete and writing wins zzzzoooooooooommmmmmmmm I wandered, ooops took a break seeing that question pop-up. This is a marathon weekend for HP to get The System started . . .
P.S. I just saw the discover more answers below. I watch maybe an hour total in the day of TV. Get rid of the TV no. It would cost more to replace than what it is worth. I prefer to get my ROI. Example I drove my 1982 Chev S-10 for 24 years before I sold it. And, then it was recycled turned into a low riding rocket. Rumor has it there is a V-8 instead of a V-6 in it now.