According to Nielsen, American households spend an average of 21 hours and 39 minutes watching TV every month.
That’s a little more than the average of 16 hours and 41 minutes that Americans spend per month on other activities.
That number is also a bit higher than the number of hours that Americans are spending on online gaming.
So, according to Nielsen data, Americans spend more than two hours per day watching TV, more than five hours a day playing video games, and more than 11 hours per week on other entertainment.
Thats more than twice as many hours as the average Americans spend watching television each month.
The Nielsen data doesn’t take into account time spent on social media, which has been shown to have higher viewership than television.
According to the Nielsen data from October, American adults are spending an average 8.4 hours a month on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.
That compares to an average time spent of just under 7 hours a week watching television.
In a statement, Nielsen said the data showed that Americans watched more TV than they had in previous years, but said there were still significant gaps in the way people consume TV.
“The way Americans watch TV is changing, and it is changing with new ways of watching TV and the new ways we consume it,” said Nielsen president and CEO Jennifer Lebenthal.
“With these data, we are confident that we can better serve our customers, improve our service, and continue to deliver quality television to consumers across all platforms.”
The Nielsen ratings are based on a panel of Nielsen data analysts.