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Show a torch light on the screen (not too close) when the TV and program is running. If you can see the picture, the backlights have gone off. Anyhow, the TV needs attention by a qualified service technician.
Sounds like you accidentally pressed the DISP or DISPLAY button on the back of your camera. This manually turns the screen on or off to save batteries. You would then use the optical viewfinder, just like you've been doing. To turn the screen back on, press the button once more.
It sounds like you have tried changing imputs " usually the issue". The next step is to see if it is still under warranty and get an estimate of how much it will cost to fix. Invest in a good surge protector.
Then it sounds like there may be an error with your CCD (what comverts the light going into your camera into a digital picture, like digital film). even if your warranty is expired canon may still repair this for free. Contact canon at 1-800-OK-CANON and explain to them the problem and that you think the CCD may be defective.