Not a TV expert as I bought my first one in 17 years last December :-)
Hisense 40" A4 Series FHD LED VIDAA Smart TV 2022 (40A4HAU). It caused some trouble the first few weeks, i.e., I found the colors horrible/very unrealistic. The experience became much better when I switched to Night Mode. It is a basic TV with poor definition so it may not be what you are after, but for me it is enough as I use it seldom and I did not want to make a big investment to find out I could not use it.
A couple of months ago I also added a Chromecast with Google TV (HD). When I use it to cast from my mobile phone, I have no problems. However, if I watch, say, YouTube or use any app via the Chromecast, I believe colors reset to standard or go off with respect to the Night mode of the TV and I get some eyestrain. There may be a way to fix this but I have not yet bothered playing around with the settings of the Chromecast.
Also, I travel a fair bit and my success rate with hotel TVs is pretty much 100%. Most have been Samsung and LG. However, when I went to pick up my TV in the shop I walked the aisles and shortly checked out a lot of TVs including the very expensive models. Probably a 3-5 minutes in total. I developed sever symptoms which lasted for a couple of days. I am pretty sure it was from the TVs and not from the overhead lights as I had already been in that shop for other reasons, had not watched TVs and had come out fine. Therefore, as for other electronics, there is definitely something that triggers symptoms in TVs too but I cannot tell what it is.