The best TV for streaming movies and series
Choose your ideal size
Most televisions are available in various sizes. These sizes are indicated in inches. To determine the best size for your room, you should measure the distance between your viewing position and your current TV in centimeters. Multiply this number by 0.2 to find your ideal size in inches. If your viewing distance is, let's say, 2 meters, a 40-inch TV is the best choice. Do note that this is simply a guideline. You can opt for a television that's a couple inches bigger or smaller without experiencing any problems.
LG 49UJ630V: clear 4K image quality
The LG 49UJ630V gives you access to a clear main menu listing websites, games, and apps. You can easily set the order of the apps. This way, you can put your favorite services such as Netflix or YouTube at the front. Thanks to the 4K support, movies and series are sharply displayed. If the videos are of low quality, a technique called upscaling makes the images extra sharp.
|Perfect for you thanks to||the clear menu and sharp image quality.|
|Available in:||43 inches | 97.7cm wide and 57.5cm high (61.5cm high with stand)|
|49 inches | 111cm wide and 65cm high (70.5cm high with stand)|
|55 inches | 124.9cm wide and 73cm high (78.5cm high with stand)|
|65 inches | 147.1cm wide and 83.4cm high (91.5cm high with stand)|
Do you prefer a different brand or size? View the alternatives for the LG 49UJ630V. These TVs have a comparable price and display sharp 4K images.
Samsung UE55NU8000: sharp, clear, and colorful
The menu of the Samsung UE55NU8000 collects the most frequently used apps in a separate bar. This gives you direct access to your favorite video services. The HDR TVs show more than a billion colors. I recommend this in light of the future, because more and more movies come out in HDR. If your TV also supports this technology, you'll see more colors and extra clear images.
|Perfect for you thanks to||the clear menu, the sharp images, and the realistic colors.|
|Available in:||49 inches | 109.2cm wide and 63.5cm high (71.1cm high with stand)|
|55 inches | 122.7cm wide and 71.1cm high (79.7cm high with stand)|
|65 inches | 144.6cm wide and 83.4cm high (91cm high with stand)|
|75 inches | 167.4cm wide and 96.4cm high (104cm high with stand)|
|82 inches | 183cm wide and 105.4cm high (114.5cm high with stand)|
These TVs have a similar price and display 4K and HDR images.
LG OLED55C8PLA: perfectly black images
The LG OLED55C8PLA not only has 4K and HDR support, but also an OLED screen. This screen consists of tiny pixels that light up individually or turn completely black. As a result, you see a powerful contrast between dark and light images. A scene of a starry sky becomes extra realistic. To switch between video services, you don't have to press all kinds of buttons. Grab the Magic Remote and select apps by pointing at the screen.
|Perfect for you thanks to||the perfectly black images and the user-friendly remote.|
|Available in:||55 inches | 122.8cm wide and 70.6cm high (75.7cm high with stand)|
|65 inches | 144.9cm wide and 83.1cm high (88.1cm high with stand)|
|77 inches | 172.2cm wide and 99.1cm high (105.2cm high with stand)|
Want to see similar OLED TVs? View the alternatives.
Samsung QE55Q9: brightest and colorful images
The QLED screen of the Samsung QE55Q9 guarantees clear images and a wide color range. Because every possible color is perfectly displayed, you can see all the subtle hues in a flower field or the wings of a butterfly. You can easily find your favorite video services via the Samsung Smart Hub. This main menu brings connected devices and apps such as YouTube or Netflix together in a clear menu. With the One Remote, you can quickly navigate through all options.
|Perfect for you thanks to||the bright and colorful images and the clear smart menu.|
|Available in:||55 inches | 123.12cm wide and 70.71cm high (78.91cm high with stand)|
|65 inches | 145.01cm wide and 83.04cm high (89.99cm high with stand)|
|75 inches | 167.58cm wide and 96.19cm high (105.64cm high with stand)|
Want to see similar QLED TVs? View the alternatives.