The 10 Most TV-Obsessed Nations on Earth

#10 Brazil – 216 minutes daily

South America’s biggest country is also – perhaps unsurprisingly – its biggest consumer of television. The culture of television in Brazil has grown tremendously in the 60 odd years it’s been available. The first Brazilian broadcast was in 1950, and since then many of its major networks have attracted massive audiences. Brazil’s biggest television network, Rede Globo, is the 2nd biggest commercial network in the entire world. Although internet surfing has recently replaced TV as the biggest source of entertainment for most Brazilians, the average citizen of the largest portuguese speaking nation on earth still consumes 216 minutes of TV every day.
#10 Brazil – 216 minutes daily