Originally Posted by Mad Pistol
You also need to remember that computer monitors are designed for picture clarity and accuracy, while TV's are designed for fast picture response; very few TV's out there have AH-IPS screens, and yet my 34" Ultrawide AOD monitor has an AH-IPS display.
Most TV screens use display tech that isn't as accurate as a computer monitor, and that's important. I think OLED TVs are the only exception, but I would be highly surprised if they are calibrated from the factory.
Well there are different kinds of computer monitors. Professional ones from NEC and Eizo are the most accurate screens. The fastest screens are also monitors, the gaming oriented ones (TN and IPS). Almost every TV is VA, albeit a better VA panel in every way compared to VA monitors (accuracy, speed, contrast and blacks, black crush).
Now, sticking to entertainment purposes as this applies to most of us, from what I've seen in reviews, average color/gamma/white point accuracy is better on high end TVs than gaming monitors. Not to mention many high end TVs have support for both sRGB and wider gamuts too. High end TVs also have the best contrast and blacks of any LCD display, and then some have HDR. And again these TVs have the fastest VA panels out there, albeit it's still slower than any gaming IPS/TN monitor.
But OLED can do it all, and do it all better than LCD. Burn-in should hopefully be solved over time, thank you WetMacula for describing some of the countermeasures on your OLED TV.