I've tried a different VGA cable. I even changed my power bar. Also I have uninstalled Nvidia drivers via safe mode to the best of my ability. Including through device manager, deleting files from C drive, driver sweeper, malwarebytes (nothing came up here). I also installed an older graphics card. The problem remains. The windows logo during boot up always look extra bright, over saturated.
Perhaps this is an issue with my motherboard?
The television issue is real. At first I felt I was going to come down with a panic attack because it's as if I was losing my mind or something. How on earth could my televisions also be effected? But unfortunately it's true and somehow every tv here in our home has the same problem as described in original post. The colors are pale, bland, except certain tones such as reds are vastly over saturated. The color space is messed up.
I previously tried connecting this monitor to my xbox 360 a day after this issue started to test the monitor and the image looked quite bad. Pretty pale and washed out. I don't know if that somehow caused my tv to have color space issues, or EDID issues, but it does not explain how the other 2 televisions have the same problem. They are all connected to Rogers cable though.
Right now as I have my LG tv on some talk show is on and some girl is wearing a pink sweater. It's extremely bright as if it's bleeding through the screen. The faces also look unnatural due to the orange tones.
And no one has been causing mischief.
Some info I found online:
Movies use studio color (16 - 235)
PCs use RGB color (0 - 255)
The tvs all appear to be displaying RGB despite hdmi, hdmi, and standard connections.