Yes, there are options for linking your TV to Philips Hue. For this purpose, apps have been developed by third parties, such as Hue Camera. You can find many of these apps in the Hue app by going to "Discover" and then clicking on "Favourite apps".
Do you have a (new) Philips Ambilight TV? Then you can use the app Ambilight + Hue or even the app on your TV itself to link it your Hue lamps, so that they colour with your TV.
Do you want your lights to respond to music? Then there is the Hue Disco app, for example, but there are several apps that make this possible.
Another way to link entertainment to Philips Hue is the Hue Sync app (for PC or Mac). This app translates what is displayed on your PC or Mac to your Hue lamps. You set your lights via the normal Hue app (Go to Discover > Hue Entertainment), then Hue Sync ensures that your lights respond to your computer screen and sound.
The disadvantage is that you have to stream movies and other multimedia via your computer to a TV or monitor. The advantage is that you can also enjoy a great light show during games!