With network TV on hiatus, Hollywood’s looking rather sluggish in weekly offlot production.

Permitting agency FilmL.A. provided figures Tuesday showing that TV shooting was typically laggardly with a 1% decline to 274 days, down four days from the same frame a year ago.

Still, it was well above the previous week’s 245 total.

TV shoots represent the lion’s share of offlot shooting. Custom Television Prods.’ reality skein “$24 in 24 Hours” was the most active with 18 days last week. Other shows shot locally included “Enlightened,” “Sons of Anarchy,” “Beverly Hills Nannies,” “My Cat From Hell,” “Pregzilla,” “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and “The Voice.”

Features activity was also moderate at 110 days — 14 days short of the 2011 period and far below last year’s highs of over 200 per week. Indie pic “Squatters” — which tells the story of a young homeless couple in Venice Beach who move into a mansion in Pacific Palisades — was the most active production with 25 days. Other shoots included “Another Christmas,” “Eat Spirit Eat,” “Geography Club,” “In the Dark,” “Loaded,” “Raging Bull 2” and “Trials of Cate McCullogh.”

A spot for Verizon generated the most days for a commercial with 14.