Top Netflix 4K Movies/TV series 2016

Top Netflix 4K Movies/TV series 2016

Category : 4K Formats , Hot Topics

Netflix is a home to a lot of good movies and television shows perfect for binge watching. If you love watching 4k or the UHD content, you’re in luck as Netflix has some good contents to watch in that resolution as well. 

The newest-comers in the streaming on Netflix, 4k contents are becoming much popular as they come in very high definition and you get to feel the motion picture. Though there are only a few 4k contents currently available to stream on Netflix, you don’t need to worry as there are blockbusters and some great movies to watch. 


Part 1. How to find 4k Movies on Netflix? 

Just like you search 3D movies, finding 4k movies on Netflix is easy. However, you need to make sure that you have a TV or any device that can stream 4k content. Here are a few requirements that you might need to know: 

A 4k compatible device or a 4k TV (Latest TV’s come with 4k streaming capability) 
An internet connection above 16 mbps 
A Netflix account with the right package to stream UHD 
If you’ve all of these, you’re all set. However, you also need to make sure that you update your Netflix app to the latest available version so that you don’t have any difficulty during the streaming. 

Part 2. List of 4k movies on Netflix 

Like explained previously, Netflix does not have a huge list of 4k content available to stream right now. But, there are some movies that are rated extremely well on IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes available to stream.

From good kids movies to comedy shows and great documentaries, be prepared to watch your favorite show in Ultra High definition. 

Check out the complete list of all 4k movies and TV shows currently available to stream on Netflix: 

A Very Murray Christmas (2015) 
Bloodline (2015) 
Breaking Bad (2008) 
Chef’s Table (2015) 
Chelsea Does (2016) 
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend (2016) 
Daredevil (2015) 
Flaked (2016) 
Fuller House (2016) 
Grace and Frankie (2015) 
Green Eggs and Ham (2016) 
House of Cards (2013) 
Jessica Jones (2015) 
Marco Polo (2014) 
Moving Art: Deserts Documentary (2014) 
Moving Art: Flowers Documentary (2014) 
Moving Art: Forests Documentary (2014) 
Moving Art: Oceans Documentary (2014) 
Sense8 (2015) 
Special Correspondents (2016) 
The Blacklist (2013) 
The Crown (2016) 
The Get Down (2016) 
The OA (2016) 
Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp (2015) 
What Happened, Miss Simone? (2015) 

Part 3. How to stream 4K titles on Netflix? 

Here are the steps you need to get through to be able to stream 4K on Netflix. 

Here are some tips for streaming Netflix titles in 4k Ultra HD. 

Subscribe to Ultra HD from Netflix 

The first thing you need to do is make sure you are actually subscribed to Netflix’s Ultra HD service. The upgrade in video quality costs more than previous plans that start at $8.99 per month. To be sure go to your Netflix account and make sure you paying for the $11.99 per month plan. 

Find Ultra HD titles on Netflix 

When searching for titles on Netflix that are in 4k look for a badge that says “Ultra HD” in the top left area of the screen. This ensures the title is available to stream in 4k. Haven’t seen one yet? Look for the Netflix original Better Call Saul or the new original film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny and if your account is Ultra HD-enabled the badge should show up. 

Be sure to have sufficient Internet Speed 

Netflix suggests a minimum of 25 megabits-per-second to stream Ultra HD, but you can get away with slower rates if there aren’t a bunch of other devices streaming at the same time. We’ve heard 4k will stream as low as 10Mbps if the connection is consistent, but you may need to upgrade your service if you get a lot of hiccups. 

Check your TV’s Info 

To be absolutely sure you are streaming in Ultra HD click on your 4k TV’s “Info” button or go to the TV’s menu and turn on “Info.” This should display the current video and sound format the stream is receiving. If 4k, the video format should say 2160. The image above if from a Samsung SUHD, but depending on brand the Info area may look different. The movie’s timeline progress is also usually displayed. 

Change your Picture Mode to Movie 

We suggest changing the TV Picture Mode to “Movie” for films and most Ultra HD content. We tested Netflix’s new original Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny and it looked horrible in any other mode. Typical TV Picture Modes include Standard, Dynamic, Movie, and Natural. But for ‘Sword of Destiny,’ and other feature films, switch to “Movie” to really enjoy the subtleties in cinematography. We also suggest “Movie” mode for most series shows in Ultra HD including Marvel’s Daredevil and Marco Polo. 

Set up a decent Audio System 

Flat TVs for the most part have really weak audio systems. There are exceptions, of course, in higher-end flat screens. But for most TVs we suggest a premium surround sound system or sound bar for enhanced viewing of movies with Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 channel audio. 

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