Let's find out.
http://support.wdc.com/KnowledgeBase/answer.aspx?ID=1550 refers us to article #3865 with more details for windows versions.
That looks right to me.
But about the TV. Many don't support such a large drive and may work when the drive's contents are under some unpublished limits (track, GB etc.)
I'd use a 1TB drive for the TV.
I have a WD Elements Desktop 4TB hard drive on NTFS format. This hard drive used to work when I plugged it directly into my TV with its NTFS format. Recently I had to reformat it for a short time to FAT32, I then put it back to NTFS and now it's not working on my TV at all.
I'm just confused as to why it's not working with NTFS when it 100% worked fine before! If any of you have any idea why this may be happening please let me know!