If you aren't a high class pornographer, rich enough to buy sex.tv, you can still abuse women by buying rape.tv for the much lower price of $4000. Rape.TV is a really bargain price for all the evil you can do, as Satan.TV is much less offensive and will cost you quite a bit more at $7500/year.
Should you prefer to turn away from the dark side, be warned that God.TV, Jesus.TV, Buddha.TV, and Mohammed.TV are taken. But you can still peddle salvation with salvation.TV for $950, which is cheaper than happiness.TV at $1000.
You can't buy dottvsucks.tv. You can, however, buy arson.tv for only $50. Watching .TV's go up in flames? Priceless.
Some will no doubt see this as yet another example of commercialism and greed on the internet, or a new kind of cybersquatting where the squatter is the registrar instead of the masses. But I would like to propose another viewpoint.
.TV has a financial incentive to guess the most someone would really pay. In setting these prices, they have either thought out these values or delegated such thoughts to an algorithm. By doing so, they are actually creating an interesting public good -- a catalog of the value of various ideas to society.
So far, sex seems to win out over anything else I can find. I suppose as a species, this makes sense. That .TV values satan over salvation and happiness also makes sense through a kind of google deja vu.
I am, however, disappointed about arson.