Television | TV Series
Television Shows, TV Series', or TV Shows are forms of video content that are produced specifically for viewing on a television set and can be broadcasted over air, satellite, or cable. TV Shows are typically scheduled to be viewed ahead of time and their scheduled broadcasting time appears in electronic guides and other TV listings. Television shows can sometimes follow a specific narrative, are released in a series of episodes and can be divided into seasons. The themes of television shows typically include fiction, comedy, drama, documentary, news, and reality television.
Televisions are the screens you usually find in living rooms. It is a device used for entertainment and is used to watch the news, as well as television programmes and movies. The sofas are arranged around the television so everyone can see it no matter where they are sitting. Televisions are watched by everyone, but usually by parents after they finish their dinner in the evening. They argue about what to watch on the television, but then settle on something they both can enjoy.
The first TV show in history was The Queen’s Messenger, which was a drama. The first tv show made its debut in Schenectady, New York in the United States on the station WGY. It was first released on September 11, 1928. It was first broadcasted to an estimated audience of only 4 televisions.
TV first became popular during the late 1940 and early 1950s. The number of television sets went from 6,000 in 1946 and reached 12 million in 1951. Television sets became the first invention to reach such a large number so quickly. By 1955 half of all US homes had one.
The term television is used because it stems from the Greek prefix tele as well as the Latin word vision which means seeing from a distance. Thus, the word television combines both worlds into one. The television converts electric impulses and transforms them into images for viewers to see.