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peak TV

The period of proliferation of TV shows in the late 2010s resulting in a multitude of quality programs across streaming, cable, and broadcast platforms. The phrase, attributed to CEO of FX Networks John Landgraf, originally referred to the seeming unsustainability of such a large number of shows. It's peak TV, and I'm actively watching eight different shows, not including the ones I want to watch but don't have time to!
See also: peak, TV

TV dinner

n. roadkill; a turkey vulture dinner. Whoops. I just made a TV dinner out of a squirrel!
See also: dinner, TV
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TVS Television Network is located in the Greater Los Angeles area, where it has a TV Ranch, production and post production facilities, and it's 10,000 title TVS Library.
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Using MediaTek chips, AmTRAN has priced 32-inch TVs at NT$19,900 (US$686 at US$1:NT$29) and 42-inch TV at NT$29,900 (US$1,031).
Various competitors responded by hurriedly introducing their own LED TVs, but the consumer had already formed the impression that LED TV is a Samsung brand, thus the Samsung LED TV sales kept rising, as Samsung was the first in the arena, reflecting its leadership in research.
Pioneer released the world's first high-definition plasma TVs equipped with XGA screens at the end of 1997.
There is no serious doubt that voters will be unhappy about having to buy new, more expensive TVs, or somewhat less expensive adapter boxes, just because Congress has said they must.
While BET can be seen in about 60 million homes, NUE TVs "soft" launch in July 2000 only enabled viewers in Jackson, Mississippi, to tune in.
Stardom lets us look at this world of appearances, laugh at the inane chat that we endure from our TVs and asks us to think about why we are so drawn to beauty and to fashion.
Television now ranges from spy satellites that can read a book on earth from many miles in space to the smallest of wrist TVs. The commingling of television and computer technology has already begun.
New digital TVs and converter boxes that allow current TVs to receive digital signals may hit store shelves by next spring.
While developing those businesses, the firm has maintained a quiet profile in color TVs.