By Alisha Rouse For The Daily Mail
Published: 00:01 BST, 22 August 2019 | Updated: 00:07 BST, 22 August 2019
Plot twists, confusing whodunits and surprise endings – some of our favourite TV dramas require full and undivided attention.
But two-thirds of global viewers are continually baffled by the plot of TV and films because they are ‘second screening’ – watching two screens at once – a survey by Radio Times has found.
British viewers fare even worse than the worldwide average, with 74 per cent of us admitting to plot confusion caused by dual devices. This compares with 66 per cent of Americans and Canadians and 68 per cent of Australians. Interactive