I don't watch a huge amount, maybe an hour or 2 max, and usually whilst I am doing something else, like writing here or going on a 4 hours Wikipedia ramble ! (Tabbed browsing for the win).
0 hours, it's a waste of life for me just sitting in front of tv.
Recently I've written about it.
Probably about two a day, give or take depending on the day. But, I usually fold laundry or try to get some cleaning done while I am watching it.
Depends on what's on TV, to be fair. Could be between 2-5 hours, if not more.
I watch set programmes that i always watch on certain evenings of the week, but most of the time when i have time to myself i prefer to be writting or researching things on the net.
If I could I would watch 24 hours of television everyday. In reality, I watch about 7-10 hours per day. I work in a place where a television is available (and on) and I watch at home. Often times, "watching" television is merely having it on and listening while I do something else i.e. type a hub, or answer hub questions. And I know you didn't ask but my favorites shows are LAw & Order Criminal Intent and Modern Family.
8 or more but it is not being watched the whole time it is just on the entire time at work showing us updates on the news. I never really watch tv until of a night at home.
Probably an average of 1 hour a day, usually while I am doing something else. Morning news is regular. I
I never watch television. I prefer read the newspapers or follow news by internet. The programs in television generally do not interesting me.
probably only an hour a day. and maybe a movie on the weekend . Watching TV is a big waste of time and kills productivity. There is nothing on much anymore that holds my attention anyway.
I dont. My TV is not even tuned into channels.. only use it to sometimes watch dvds.
Sometimes 3-4 hours,most days none.
I don't like watching the news because it's depressing.
I will watch afew reality shows,cooking shows,like Bravo's TopChef and Real Housewives and I love Iron Chef and Cooking For Real on the FoodNetwork!
One brother @ Bravo Top Chef Tour!
It all depends on which day it is, I tend to watch more tv at the weekends when I don't have to work. I ahve been known to watch six hours on a Sunday!
Generally not more than 2 hours. We got rid of our cable over a year ago. When we do watch TV, we have to decide to pull up a show on Hulu or Netflix or watch something on DVD. We don't ever channel surf, which cuts way down on mindless watching.
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