How to Watch Netflix on Smart TV - US

How to Watch Netflix on Smart TV - US

Not quite up to snuff when it comes to Netflix? Not to worry. For all you non-techy folks who are reading this, you’ll probably want to know how to watch Netflix on a smart TV in the US. That’s easier than you’d think.

Don’t Miss: You'll Be Surprised at How Good the Nintendo Switch's Screen Is To start, you should definitely check out our video below that breaks down all of the streaming options available to you from a smart TV. There’s quite a bit, but you’ll need the Netflix app to play. Luckily, it’s all right there.

If you don’t have a smart TV, there are a couple of options: You can stream from your tablet or laptop, and you can purchase a Roku Streaming Stick to make your Netflix experience even more convenient. With those options available, you can sit back, relax, and watch a great new original series without an ounce of hassle.

How to Watch Netflix on LG TV

To get Netflix on an LG Smart TV, you need to install the LG U+. The LG Smart TV line has come a long way since the days of the square pixels, and now offer wide, bright HD images. If you’re looking for a robust selection of movies and shows, this is the TV to get.

For the best Netflix experience, you’ll want a display with Netflix app support built-in. Unfortunately, the LG U+ isn’t built to do that. The LG U+ does not support apps or services like Netflix or HBO Go.

You can, however, use the Chromecast on your smartphone to cast Netflix content to the LG U+.

How to Find Your Netflix Subscription

If you’ve got a Netflix account, you’ll be using your login whenever you sign in to watch content on Netflix. Netflix offers two ways to connect your Netflix account to your TV:

Netflix automatically detects your internet connection and sets up its service for you, so it’s going to work on any Internet-connected TV. However, if you prefer, you can manually connect to Netflix, either

How to get Netflix on older Samsung Smart TV

There are a few things that I really like about smart TVs. One is the fact that the app selection is, if not exactly bountiful, certainly more than you'll find on your phone or laptop.

But you're not always going to be in the mood to be without your phone or laptop, so it's good that Samsung, the world's biggest maker of HDTVs, has made it relatively easy to get your favorite apps onto your TV. Here's how.

To access these apps, go into the settings on the TV you want to download Netflix on and then select the 'Remote' icon. This will bring up a list of all the available remotes, including some of Samsung's own. If one of these remotes is listed, it will be the one you want to connect to your TV.

That's it! Just enter your credentials on the Netflix website and you'll be good to go.

Unfortunately, if you want to have a full experience on your Smart TV, you'll need to sign in with a separate account and password. This isn't possible without buying a separate streaming device