Historically, absolutely - though it's more political than technical now. Screens long ago lost their physical dependence on mains frequency. I can remember using a 50Hz monitor, but thankfully haven't had to for years.
But because TV in this country is always shackled by backwards compatibility and politics*, there will likely always be a 50Hz root, and that will suck when resampled to a non-integer multiple.
* Without said shackles, digital should have been done as multiplexed UDP-like streams per programme (yes, per programme), and the licence fee should have been replaced by a subscription, but those are other rants for other days.