Netflix is a video-rental company that offers both physical disc rentals and streaming video-on-demand service. The life of a movie and TV aficionado is kind of hard, if you think about it. Say that there's a blockbuster movie that you want to see. Do you go see it in theatres as soon as it comes out? That will cost you a pretty penny. Do you wait until the movie has a physical release, and then buy it? It's still kind of expensive, there's no telling if you'll even watch the movie more than once, and the player (or disc) may stop working or become obsolete. And then there's the case of TV. There are a number of different things that can get between you and your favourite show. The channels in your provider package aren't airing a new episode for another week, or maybe more. Or maybe the show is on a premium channel that you have to pay extra money to subscribe to. Or maybe you don't have enough tapes or space on your digital recorder to save your show and all of the other stuff that you want to watch. Built for a better Netflix experience. Netflix is changing how you experience entertainment in many ways, including helping to advance innovations on the devices you use to watch TV shows and movies. We work with global TV manufacturers to pioneer higher standards for smart TVs and have created an easy way for you to identify TVs that are offering better performance, easier app access, and new features that make for a better smart TV. Our criteria. When you see the Netflix Recommended TV logo on a smart TV, you’ll know it’s passed a rigorous evaluation process that we established based on the factors our members tell us matter most. TVs receiving the Netflix Recommended logo this year have passed a more stringent set of criteria and deliver an even better Internet TV experience than Netflix Recommended TVs from the year before. To carry the Netflix Recommended TV logo, a smart TV must have met at least 5 out of the 7 following criteria: 2016 Netflix Recommended TVs Only certain models from the brands below have met the criteria and can carry the Netflix Recommended TV logo. Additional models and brands will be added as they become available and are evaluated 2016 4K UHD TVs with webOS 3.0 Proof Hidden Content: You must 'reply' before you can see the hidden content.