Your question is a bit confusing. You ask for words "inspired by a television show or movie" but the example you give (doh) was popularized by The Simpsons, not inspired by it. The OED's first citation for doh is:
1945 T. Kavanagh It's That Man Again (B.B.C. radio script) 8th Ser. No. 166, Tom: Yes, out of the nest–Diana: What nest? Tom: In those whiskers–Diana: Dooh! Its [sic] no good talking to you.
So perhaps you could clarify the question?
Anyway, here are a few examples of words inspired by movies, from the OED:
Rosebud, n. Something likened to the ‘Rosebud’ of Citizen Kane in being an enigmatic clue which provides revelatory insight into a person's character.
Star Wars n. the title of a popular science-fiction film released in 1977, used (chiefly attrib.) as the informal name for a military defence strategy proposed by U.S. President Reagan in 1983, in which enemy weapons would be destroyed in space by lasers, antiballistic missiles, etc., launched or directed from orbiting military satellites.
Strangelove, n. Used transf. to designate one who ruthlessly considers or plans nuclear warfare.