Hi all, 2018 15" MBP, Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.6. I have a 2014 32" Samsung TV as a monitor on my desk connected with a USB-C-to-HDMI adapter. This setup have been working great for me, until the TV started having backlight problems and I need to replace it. Went to a store and picked up the current year Samsung 32" TV (UN32N5300AFXZA) and got everything plugged in. But then I noticed that the green color is overexposed, like the standard Mac OS green (the green in the stock ticker app or the battery indicator) will look like fluorescent green. However, if I reboot the MBP into Windows 10 boot camp, the color on the screen are perfectly fine (so that rules out that I have a bad screen or a bad connection). I also tried to connect to the TV via HDMI from a Windows laptop with built-in HDMI port, the colors are perfectly fine too. I tried using the Display Calibrator. But it only allows me to pick a different white point which is not what I am looking for. I also tried different color profiles, the one that looks the "best" is the ROMM RGB: ISO 22028-2:2013 profile, however the green is still overexposed. Tried resetting the PRAM and that didn't do anything either. Anyone has any idea on how to fix this?