It's funny, I was worked with a few former division 1 offensive line guys in my twenties and none of them watched football or pro sports. They said that playing college football drained all the fun from football. For them it was just a way to pay for school. The injuries they suffered, they will live with for the rest of their lives.
It is a general principle of reality, existence, and human nature. People who have their own accomplishments tend not to feel drawn to make time to basing their life around spectating the accomplishments of others.
I know almost nothing about celebrity lives, lifestyles, gossip, drama, relationships, I often tell people, "I have my own life, it is fulfilling, it is busy, I have purpose, I don't get into the pop culture celebrity stuff because that is just pig-trough slop which serves as a distraction for commoners."
Sometimes I tell people, "do you think that pretentious Hollywood bitch cares that you follow so closely which dresses she wears to which events? If you get hurt and miss a mortgage payment is she going to pay it for you?"
It is a weak person, with an inadequate personality, who focuses their life on following the personalities of others. I encourage to build a life worth living instead of spending [wasting] their life chasing after the lifestyles of others and trying to live vicariously via spectating with others.
Some people have assumed I must like legal dramas, legal shows, etc. I have to explain, "they aren't realistic and I don't want to engage in real law practice all day and the watch distorted fictional dramatized law practice on TV."