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Television sets, more commonly known as TVs, were mostly produced by Radiation King and are found throughout the Capital Wasteland in 2287, the Mojave Wasteland in 2281, and the Commonwealth in 2287.


  • In The Pitt add-on, one television set acts as a container.
  • In Fallout 4, there are various types of television sets, both working and non-working.


  • Working television sets never actually appear in Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas, only in the intros and trailers, with the exception of Point Lookout, where Desmond uses them to scan the mansion for the presence of tribals.
  • In the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Old World Blues, the Courier can say to their brain: "Once you're back in my head, I'll watch television. Lots and lots of television", implying that there are working television sets.
  • Intact television sets in Fallout 4 will display the message "Please Stand By", if powered.
  • Certain television sets in Fallout 4 have an eerie reflection to them when not powered, in Sanctuary Hills specifically. The reflections, while sometimes similar to the surrounding area, appear to be of entirely different locations altogether.
  • A color television set can be seen in the Fallout 76 teaser trailer.


Behind the scenesEdit

50 Vault-Tec C.E.O.The following is based on unverified behind the scenes information and has not been confirmed by canon sources.

The televisions are most likely based on the real-world Predicta line of televisions, produced by the Philco company in the late 1950s.

50 Vault-Tec C.E.O.End of information based on unverified behind the scenes information.