HécatombeTV brings together over 600 photos of cathode ray televisions collected and taken by Emma Le Doyen and Samuel Rixon over more than 10 years. This work aims to document the end of an era, that of the cathode ray tube television. This object, now considered a relic of another time, has given way to flat screens and smartphones today. It symbolizes an entire generation that grew up in the 90s and 2000s, on the cusp of the internet's rise. HécatombeTV is divided into 5 chapters, each documenting a different state of degradation of the televisions.