The company's new HDR TVs have been rated for an optimal Netflix experience.
LG has earned Netflix Recommended status for its 2017 collection of HDR Ultra HD TVs. This marks the third year in a row that the company's 4K lineup has received the designation
"It goes without saying that we are incredibly proud that our 2017 TVs are once again being recognized as Netflix Recommended TVs," said David VanderWaal, vice president of marketing, LG Electronics USA. "We are continuing to find ways to give smart TV owners faster, easier access to 4K HDR content and a more enjoyable viewing experience with our TVs."
In order to receive Netflix Recommended status, LG's lineup had to pass an evaluation process based on factors like ease of access and speedy performance. And for the first time, LG's new displays include a dedicated Netflix button on their remotes, allowing users to launch Netflix with a single click. Likewise, the TVs come powered by LG's webOS 3.5 smart TV platform, and include support for HDR10, Dolby Vision, and HLG high dynamic range formats.
"LG has been an industry leader in delivering excellent Netflix access and performance on their smart TVs," said Scott Mirer, vice president of Device Partner Ecosystem at Netflix. "The Netflix Recommended TVs in LG's 2017 lineup exemplify that leadership, and provide our members with an exceptional Netflix experience."
Here's a full rundown of pricing and availability for LG's 2017 OLED and SUPER UHD lineup:
LG OLED 55-inch C7 (OLED55C7P) - February, $3,499
LG SIGNATURE OLED 65-inch W7 (OLED65W7P) - February, $7,999
LG OLED 65-inch E7 (OLED65E7P) -March, $5,999
LG OLED 65-inch C7 (OLED65C7P) -March, $4,999
LG OLED 55-inch E7 (OLED55E7P) - May, $4,499
LG SUPER UHD 55-inch SJ8500 - February, $1,999
LG SUPER UHD 75-inch SJ8570- February, $3,699
LG SUPER UHD 65-inch SJ8500 - February, $2,799
LG SUPER UHD 65-inch SJ9500 -March, $3,999
LG SUPER UHD 86-inch SJ9570 -March, $7,999