Yes. If your TV or DVD player has a USB port, we suggest saving your downloaded film to a USB key and playing your film that way.
You can also connect your computer to your TV via audio and video cables. For audio connections, use a Miniplug-to-RCA stereo audio cable to connect the headphone jack on your computer to the audio input on your TV or stereo (red is for left audio channels and white is for right audio channels). For video connections, if your computer has an S-video port, use an S-video cable to connect to the RCA jacks on your TV. If your TV and computer have VGA or DVI ports, you may be able to connect the display like a monitor. Check your TV and computer user manuals for more information.
You can also use an HDMI cable to connect your computer to your television. Make sure you have an HDMI port on your television. If you do, plug one end of the HDMI cable in your TV and the other in your computer.