What’s the difference between Canada and the United States?

Canada and U.S. residents can watch more than 2.4 billion hours of Canadian television, according to an updated list released Monday.

That’s nearly one-third of all Canadians.

That’s up from 1.9 billion hours last year, according the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

The U.K., the world’s No. 1 television-watching nation, reported a decline in viewership in the first quarter of this year, which was a drop of about 6% from the same period last year.

However, viewers of U.A.E. networks like NDI are still the most popular, with more than 14.4 million.

There are also some U.P. shows in the top 10, including Canada’s Biggest Hits, and shows like Canada’s Best Friends and Canada’s Top 10.

Other U.B.C. shows are in the Top 20: The Last Word with Tom Gaulden and The Early Show with Dave Prentice.

The Best of Canadian Music, which premiered on CBC Radio One in January, is in the 10-20 category.

The best-selling TV show of all time in Canada, The Best Canadian Movies, has more than 11 million downloads on iTunes and a No. 2 spot on Amazon.

The top-selling Canadian TV show in 2017 is The Last Time with David Cross.