A new online calculator has been created to determine exactly how many hours of your life you’ve spent watching your favourite TV shows. Check it out below.
The calculator, created by AT&T, pulls data from 50 huge shows including American Horror Story, The Simpsons, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Dr Who, Friends, Game Of Thrones, Mad Men, The Walking Dead, Parks And Recreation and many more.
Determined by how many seasons and episodes you’ve seen (up until mid-2017), the calculator then adds up exactly how many hours (and full days) it would take to complete certain seasons and shows.
For instance, if you’ve seen all of the 618 episodes of The Simpsons, that adds up to 229 hours – or 9.5 whole days. Meanwhile, the entirety of Mad Men would take 72 hours (or 9.1 work days), while it would take 3.3 full days to binge every single episode of The Big Bang Theory.
Meanwhile, the first teaser of Ed Sheeran’s upcoming cameo in The Simpsons appeared online today. Sheeran is seen taking up the role of Brendan, a love interest for Lisa Simpson.
The new episode ‘Haw-Haw Land’ will form part of the upcoming 29th series of The Simpsons, and will be premiered this weekend on Sunday January 7, 2018.
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Here’s how much of your life you’ve spent watching your favourite TV shows