It's possible, but you'd likely need to make sure the drive is formatted with a file system your TV understands.
Pretty much all of them support FAT-32. Windows arbitrarily doesn't give an option to use FAT-32 when formatting drives / partitions greater than 32GB capacity. Microsoft/Windows is really just trying to force their proprietary NTFS file system on you, even in situations where FAT-32 would work fine. The actual partition size limit of FAT-32 is 2TB (2,048 GB), which a third-party formatting utility can do just fine. So that means you'd still basically need to make multiple partitions to use all the capacity of your drive and have a file system that the TV can read. It's possible some TVs may be confused by that, but most would handle it fine.
exFAT extends the established FAT file system to overcome some of its inherent limitations. For a drive with this capacity, exFAT is probably the best file system to use if you want to use the drive with your TV and other non-Windows devices. Among non-Windows devices, it has much better support than NTFS. You can make a single large 8TB partition formatted with the exFAT file system and it's very likely your TV will be able to use it. If your TV doesn't work with that, make a 2TB partition and format it with the FAT-32 file system.