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->''"Television tastes funny."''
-->--'''Cheese''', ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends''

''All about the medium of television, its sub-categories, and TV-specific tropes that cross those divisions. See also {{Formats}}.''

Television "TV" is traditionally viewed on a television set, though these days people can catch up on their favorite programs via computer and mobile devices. Commercially available since [[TheTwenties the 1920s]] (though television as we know it today dates from 1936, as the result of the invention of a key component by Vladimir Zworykin of RCA)[[note]]Both the first experimental {{videophone}} service, and the world's oldest TV channel (BBC One), started in this year[[/note]], but only really catching on in [[TheFifties the 1950s]], home televisions were big, heavy, and limited to a 4:3 aspect ratio until after the TurnOfTheMillennium when light, flat, widescreen [=TVs=] became the standard.

[[CaptainObvious Television is what the TV in our name stands for]][[note]]but we're not just about TV[[/note]]. But you probably already knew that.
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[[index]]
* AdBumpers - Short clips used for station identification
* AdBreakDoubleTake - Having a scene appearing at the break repeated after the commercial
* AdoredByTheNetwork - A show given special treatment or attention
* UsefulNotes/AmericanTelevisionStations - How the United States got television
* UsefulNotes/ANSIStandardBroadcastTVSchedule - What US stations typically broadcast
* AppointmentTelevision - A TV show so good you reschedule your life around it
* AutomobileOpening - Show opening involves someone driving
* UsefulNotes/BeerCommercials - There's something unusual about beer commercials
* {{Cancellation}} - When a network chooses to stop funding further shows
* ChannelHop - A show moves from one network to another or from one local station to another
* ColorWash - Strange changes to the color pallette
* DirectedByCastMember - A member of the cast decides to get their feet wet by directing an episode of the show
* EditedForSyndication - Changes made when a network show or motion picture is placed in syndicated distribution
* EmergencyBroadcast - means of providing serious warnings to the public
* ExcuseQuestion - A test or skill question used to prevent a contest from being declared a lottery
* FakeVideoCameraView - View of what supposedly is someone video recording something
* FirstRunSyndication - New episodes of a series sold to individual stations as apposed to being premiered on a network.
* FiveYearPlan - Length of time after which a show can be sold in syndication
* FridayNightDeathSlot - An undesirable scheduling spot
* IconicLogo - An image that immediately identifies the advertising campaign or product
* LongRunners - Shows running 10 years or longer
* LongRunnerCastTurnover - The initial cast of a show is completely different from the one it ends with
* MarathonRunning - Multiple episodes run back-to-back
* NetworkDecay - Networks whose supposed purpose was a certain type of show, that have started to add unrelated material
* NewContentCountdownClock - Onscreen clock to advise viewers of the start of some special or new program
* NoHoperRepeat - Show put in as a sacrifice against some extremely popular program on a different network
* NotScreenedForCritics - a movie that was not advance shown to critics; often a red flag that it's not very good
* OnceASeason - A concept that is repeated every season of the show
* OncePerEpisode - A kind of RunningGag that is repeated in every episode
* OnlyBarelyRenewed - Show that is just barely important enough for the network to renew it, but usually isn't important enough to stick around long after
* OutOfOrder - Showing a series in a different order than it was written
* PrimeTime - Most important part of a network schedule
* UsefulNotes/{{Ratings}} - How many viewers a show has
* RatingsStunt - Unusual event intended to increase ratings
* {{Rerun}} - a rebroadcast of a program
* SagaSell (OpeningNarration) - Short monolog at beginning of show that explains what is happening
* SafeHarbor - removal of broadcast content restrictions between 10pm and 6am
* ScrewedByTheNetwork - intentional sabotage of a series
* SecondSeasonDownfall - shows that don't have anything left by the second season
* ShortRunInPeru - Some shows are run earlier in countries other than the one they are made for
* ShortRunners - Shows that were cancelled really quickly, sometimes after 1 episode
* ShowOfTheseus - A show no longer having any relationship to what it was when it started
* {{Sweeps}} - The period when ratings set advertising rates
* {{Syndication}} - Shows sold directly to individual stations
* TimeshiftChannel - Supplementary channel run one or more hours later than the regular program feed
* Magazine/TVGuide - The original program listing magazine, and information about TV during the 1950s-1980s
* UnCanceled - a show is cancelled, then something happens and it's restored to the schedule
* VoiceoverClipShow - Footage having little or no connection except for the (off-screen) announcer
* {{Watershed}} - Time in the evening when it's okay to run content which is targeted more towards adult audiences
* WebVideo - Television made available over the Internet
* WrapItUp - A miniseries or movie intended to tie up the loose ends if a series is cancelled
* YourTelevisionHatesYou - An InUniverse trope about television
* Website/YouTube - A huge video sharing website

Categories:
+ {{Anime}}
+ AnimationTropes
+ ChildrensShowTropes
+ HangukManhwaAenimeisyeon
+ HomeVideoTropes
+ LiveActionTVTropes
+ {{Networks}}
+ {{Producers}}
+ {{Series}}
++ ActionAdventureSeries
++ AmericanSeries
+++ ESPNSeries
++ AnimatedShows
++ ArgentineSeries
++ BelgianSeries
++ BritishSeries
++ CanadianSeries
++ ChineseSeries
++ ComedySeries
++ CrimeAndPunishmentSeries
++ DutchSeries
++ HistoricalSeries
++ JapaneseSeries
++ KoreanSeries
++ MultinationalShows
+ ShowGenres
++ CrimeAndPunishmentSeries
++ GameShow
++ NewsBroadcast
++ NonfictionSeries
++ ProfessionalWrestling
++ RealityTV
++ SitCom
++ SpeculativeFictionSeries
++ SportsStories
++ WesternSeries
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->''"Television tastes funny."''
-->--'''Cheese''', ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends''

''All about the medium of television, its sub-categories, and TV-specific tropes that cross those divisions. See also {{Formats}}.''

Television "TV" is traditionally viewed on a television set, though these days people can catch up on their favorite programs via computer and mobile devices. Commercially available since [[TheTwenties the 1920s]] (though television as we know it today dates from 1936, as the result of the invention of a key component by Vladimir Zworykin of RCA)[[note]]Both the first experimental {{videophone}} service, and the world's oldest TV channel (BBC One), started in this year[[/note]], but only really catching on in [[TheFifties the 1950s]], home televisions were big, heavy, and limited
A link to a 4:3 aspect ratio until after the TurnOfTheMillennium when light, flat, widescreen [=TVs=] became the standard.

[[CaptainObvious Television is what the TV in our name stands for]][[note]]but we're not just about TV[[/note]]. But you probably already knew that.
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!!Tropes:
[[index]]
* AdBumpers - Short clips used for station identification
* AdBreakDoubleTake - Having a scene appearing at the break repeated after the commercial
* AdoredByTheNetwork - A show given special treatment or attention
* UsefulNotes/AmericanTelevisionStations - How the United States got television
* UsefulNotes/ANSIStandardBroadcastTVSchedule - What US stations typically broadcast
* AppointmentTelevision - A TV show so good you reschedule your life around it
* AutomobileOpening - Show opening involves someone driving
* UsefulNotes/BeerCommercials - There's
something unusual about beer commercials
* {{Cancellation}} - When a network chooses
"Television" sent you to stop funding further shows
* ChannelHop - A show moves from one network to another or from one local station to another
* ColorWash - Strange changes to the color pallette
* DirectedByCastMember - A member
this page. The context of the cast decides to get their feet wet by directing an episode of the show
* EditedForSyndication - Changes made when a network show or motion picture is placed in syndicated distribution
* EmergencyBroadcast - means of providing serious warnings to the public
* ExcuseQuestion - A test or skill question used to prevent a contest from being declared a lottery
* FakeVideoCameraView - View of what supposedly is someone video recording something
* FirstRunSyndication - New episodes of a series sold to individual stations as apposed to being premiered on a network.
* FiveYearPlan - Length of time after
link should help you figure out which a show can be sold in syndication
page you want.

* FridayNightDeathSlot - An undesirable scheduling spot
* IconicLogo - An image that immediately identifies
For the advertising campaign or product
medium, click [[UsefulNotes/{{Television}} here]].
* LongRunners - Shows running 10 years or longer
* LongRunnerCastTurnover - The initial cast of a show is completely different from
For the one it ends with
* MarathonRunning - Multiple episodes run back-to-back
* NetworkDecay - Networks whose supposed purpose was a certain type of show, that have started to add unrelated material
* NewContentCountdownClock - Onscreen clock to advise viewers of the start of some special or new program
* NoHoperRepeat - Show put in as a sacrifice against some extremely popular program on a different network
* NotScreenedForCritics - a movie that was not advance shown to critics; often a red flag that it's not very good
* OnceASeason - A concept that is repeated every season of the show
* OncePerEpisode - A kind of RunningGag that is repeated in every episode
* OnlyBarelyRenewed - Show that is just barely important enough for the network to renew it, but usually isn't important enough to stick around long after
* OutOfOrder - Showing a series in a different order than it was written
* PrimeTime - Most important part of a network schedule
* UsefulNotes/{{Ratings}} - How many viewers a show has
* RatingsStunt - Unusual event intended to increase ratings
* {{Rerun}} - a rebroadcast of a program
* SagaSell (OpeningNarration) - Short monolog at beginning of show that explains what is happening
* SafeHarbor - removal of broadcast content restrictions between 10pm and 6am
* ScrewedByTheNetwork - intentional sabotage of a series
* SecondSeasonDownfall - shows that don't have anything left by the second season
* ShortRunInPeru - Some shows are run earlier in countries other than the one they are made for
* ShortRunners - Shows that were cancelled really quickly, sometimes after 1 episode
* ShowOfTheseus - A show no longer having any relationship to what it was when it started
* {{Sweeps}} - The period when ratings set advertising rates
* {{Syndication}} - Shows sold directly to individual stations
* TimeshiftChannel - Supplementary channel run one or more hours later than the regular program feed
* Magazine/TVGuide - The original program listing magazine, and information about TV during the 1950s-1980s
* UnCanceled - a show is cancelled, then something happens and it's restored to the schedule
* VoiceoverClipShow - Footage having little or no connection except for the (off-screen) announcer
* {{Watershed}} - Time in the evening when it's okay to run content which is targeted more towards adult audiences
* WebVideo - Television made available over the Internet
* WrapItUp - A miniseries or movie intended to tie up the loose ends if a series is cancelled
* YourTelevisionHatesYou - An InUniverse trope about television
* Website/YouTube - A huge video sharing website

Categories:
+ {{Anime}}
+ AnimationTropes
+ ChildrensShowTropes
+ HangukManhwaAenimeisyeon
+ HomeVideoTropes
+ LiveActionTVTropes
+ {{Networks}}
+ {{Producers}}
+ {{Series}}
++ ActionAdventureSeries
++ AmericanSeries
+++ ESPNSeries
++ AnimatedShows
++ ArgentineSeries
++ BelgianSeries
++ BritishSeries
++ CanadianSeries
++ ChineseSeries
++ ComedySeries
++ CrimeAndPunishmentSeries
++ DutchSeries
++ HistoricalSeries
++ JapaneseSeries
++ KoreanSeries
++ MultinationalShows
+ ShowGenres
++ CrimeAndPunishmentSeries
++ GameShow
++ NewsBroadcast
++ NonfictionSeries
++ ProfessionalWrestling
++ RealityTV
++ SitCom
++ SpeculativeFictionSeries
++ SportsStories
++ WesternSeries
[[/index]]
band, click [[Music/{{Television}} here]].


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* AppointmentTelevision - TV show so good you reschedule your life around it

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* ANSIStandardBroadcastTVSchedule - What US stations typically broadcast

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Television "TV" is traditionally viewed on a television set, though these days people can catch up on their favorite programs via computer and mobile devices. Commercially available since [[TheTwenties the 1920s]] (though television as we know it today dates from 1936, as the result of the invention of a key component by Vladimir Zworykin of RCA)[[note]]Both the first experimental [[{{videophones}} videophone]] service, and the world's oldest TV channel (BBC One), started in this year[[/note]], but only really catching on in [[TheFifties the 1950s]], home televisions were big, heavy, and limited to a 4:3 aspect ratio until after the TurnOfTheMillennium when light, flat, widescreen [=TVs=] became the standard.

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Television "TV" is traditionally viewed on a television set, though these days people can catch up on their favorite programs via computer and mobile devices. Commercially available since [[TheTwenties the 1920s]] (though television as we know it today dates from 1936, as the result of the invention of a key component by Vladimir Zworykin of RCA)[[note]]Both the first experimental [[{{videophones}} videophone]] {{videophone}} service, and the world's oldest TV channel (BBC One), started in this year[[/note]], but only really catching on in [[TheFifties the 1950s]], home televisions were big, heavy, and limited to a 4:3 aspect ratio until after the TurnOfTheMillennium when light, flat, widescreen [=TVs=] became the standard.


Television "TV" is traditionally viewed on a television set, though these days people can catch up on their favorite programs via computer and mobile devices. Commercially available since [[The Twenties the 1920s]] (though television as we know it today dates from 1936, as the result of the invention of a key component by Vladimir Zworykin of RCA)[[note]]Both the first experimental [[{{videophones}} videophone]] service, and the world's oldest TV channel (BBC One), started in this year[[/note]], but only really catching on in [[TheFifties the 1950s]], home televisions were big, heavy, and limited to a 4:3 aspect ratio until after the TurnOfTheMillennium when light, flat, widescreen [=TVs=] became the standard.

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Television "TV" is traditionally viewed on a television set, though these days people can catch up on their favorite programs via computer and mobile devices. Commercially available since [[The Twenties [[TheTwenties the 1920s]] (though television as we know it today dates from 1936, as the result of the invention of a key component by Vladimir Zworykin of RCA)[[note]]Both the first experimental [[{{videophones}} videophone]] service, and the world's oldest TV channel (BBC One), started in this year[[/note]], but only really catching on in [[TheFifties the 1950s]], home televisions were big, heavy, and limited to a 4:3 aspect ratio until after the TurnOfTheMillennium when light, flat, widescreen [=TVs=] became the standard.


Television "TV" is traditionally viewed on a television set, though these days people can catch up on their favorite programs via computer and mobile devices. Commercially available since the 1920's, but only really catching on in the 1950's, home televisions were big, heavy, and limited to a 4:3 aspect ratio until after the TurnOfTheMillennium when light, flat, widescreen [=TVs=] became the standard.

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Television "TV" is traditionally viewed on a television set, though these days people can catch up on their favorite programs via computer and mobile devices. Commercially available since [[The Twenties the 1920's, 1920s]] (though television as we know it today dates from 1936, as the result of the invention of a key component by Vladimir Zworykin of RCA)[[note]]Both the first experimental [[{{videophones}} videophone]] service, and the world's oldest TV channel (BBC One), started in this year[[/note]], but only really catching on in [[TheFifties the 1950's, 1950s]], home televisions were big, heavy, and limited to a 4:3 aspect ratio until after the TurnOfTheMillennium when light, flat, widescreen [=TVs=] became the standard.

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* OnceAnEpisode - A kind of RunningGag that is repeated in every episode



* OncePerEpisode - A kind of RunningGag that is repeated in every episode



* Website/YouTube - A huge video sharing website




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