How long will it take to view all the episodes ever of ITV's Coronation Street back to back?
Coronation Street started in the late 1950s and has been televised right up to today. Each episode lasts 22 minutes (without adverts). But if you were to sit down and watch from the first or beginning, how long would it take to watch, back to back. I know it would be a marathon, but how much of a marathon would it be?
According to Wikipedia, there have been 7768 episodes of Coronation Street up until 21 december 2011. With 22 minutes per episode, that gives 170,896 minutes or 2848.3 hours or 118.7 days.
So if you'd want to watch all the episodes of Coronation Street back to back, it'd cost you almost 4 months! And that is without sleeping, bathroom breaks etc. And oh, you should skip your school or work as well!
Um, Coronation Street began on 9th December 1960 - not in the late 1950s. Just so you know :-)
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