this topic is a placeholder - I had created a similar topic in 2017 which got a little discussion, and then posted a more focused question here a few weeks ago (which got some helpful answers), but it was deleted accidentally as part of some admin work.
So, the question was roughly to get a sense of whether it is useful to pursue reading books on a TV screen. I think some of the answers were either very negative or skeptical, pointing out that it's just not very practical-seeming. While I sort of took this point, I still wanted to know what it would be like first-hand. After all, even for reading on a phone, my eyes are a bit old and I tend to use larger font. Why not just try this on a TV, even if it uses a font that looks oddly large to others?
I did try one station that cost me a small amount of money (one-time) which was Holy Bible K.J.V. I'm looking at it now, and is not out of the question as a format. There are similar issues to what I have on my phone, which is that there is a learning curve to being able to navigate. I haven't really tried it in-depth though. I won't claim that it's great, just that at first look I don't immediately dismiss it.