- An example of TLC is the network that features shows such as "19 Kids and Counting" and "Cake Boss."
- An example of TLC is gentle help or service provided by people in some type of relationship - such as parent to child, spouse to spouse, friend to friend or nurse to patient.
TLC is defined as an acronym for the cable television network called "The Learning Channel" and for the words "Tender Loving Care."
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- It currently airs on TLC and features two hosts who critique wardrobes and give advice to participants so they can pick out clothes that make them look better rather than looking dated, frumpy, or plain.
- Since her time on Survivor, the Oregon based Air Force veteran has returned to TV only once; a one-off special on the TLC network featuring Survivor contestants covered the birth of Towery's daughter.
- They are the stars of the TLC reality TV show Jon and Kate Plus Eight and have found themselves in the spotlight because of their parenting styles, accusations of infidelity and a pending divorce.
- The Discovery Health Channel was the first network to document them in 2004, and later TLC (which is owned by Discovery Communications) also ran some reality television specials about the family.
- Miami Ink is a reality show on The Learning Channel (TLC) that features some of the top tattoo artists like Kat von D, Ami James, Chris Garver, Chris Nuñez, Darren Brass and Yojiro "Yoji" Harada.