Did you know Americans watch the most TV? Of course we do – with like 300 different networks producing so many original shows it’d literally be impossible to find enough time to watch all of ’em.
But we’re gonna try. According to a study, people in North America watch more TV than anyone else in the world. We watch an average of four hours and three minutes a day, which is WELL above the worldwide average of just under three hours.
The study also found that American TV shows are the most popular worldwide. British shows are second. You can celebrate our achievement with some great new television.
- The first “Presidential Debate” at 9:00 p.m. Eastern on all the major networks. Joe Biden and Donald Trump meet in Cleveland to debate COVID-19, the Supreme Court, the economy, racial unrest, and the integrity of the election.
The second Trump-Biden debate is scheduled for October 15th. It happens a week after the vice-presidential debate on the 7th.
- The series premiere of “The Weakest Link” at 8:00 p.m. on NBC. Jane Lynch from “Glee” and “Hollywood Game Night” is your host.
- “Watch What Happens Live” at 10:00 p.m. on Bravo. Gloria Estefan guests.
- The standup special “Michelle Buteau: Welcome to Buteaupia” on Netflix.
- The series premiere of “True Colors” on Peacock. A documentary series about Hispanic trailblazers, including Alex Rodriguez, John Leguizamo, Mario Lopez, astronaut Ellen Ochoa, and Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. (Trailer)
- “Jimmy Fallon” – John Cena, and BTS.
- “Jimmy Kimmel” – Kal Penn, Bernie Sanders, and Haim.
- “Stephen Colbert” – Cory Booker, and Public Enemy.
- “James Corden” – Andrew Rannells, and Brittany Howard.
- “Seth Meyers” – Sarah Silverman, Lili Reinhart, and Phoebe Bridgers.
- “Conan” – Jason Sudeikis. (Repeat)
- “Lilly Singh” – Brett Gelman, and Rosanna Pansino. (Repeat)