Netflix screen updating your choices
Then you will need to download the update for your specific tv. Then go to menu, support (I think) and there should be a software update feature. It should then update the tv and Netflix should work. When I download the compressed file I don't get the option to "unzip" it.
Thank you once again, but apparently I still have a problem.
However, that was just the beginning, as in 2007 Netflix made a bold announcement (at the time) that it was, in addition to its DVDs-by-mail rental program, going to add the ability for subscribers to stream TV shows and movies directly to their PCs.
Then, in 2008, a very interesting thing happened, Netflix partnered up with LG to introduce the first Blu-ray Disc player that also was able to connect to the internet for streaming Netflix provided content.
However, you can access dozens of additional categories directly using your PC (or your Smart TV if it has a built-in Web Browser) by typing in special URL codes into the browser address bar that can take you to additional niche categories, ranging from categories such as "Movies for ages 8 to 10" to "New Zealand Movies" and lots more.
In many cases, the network that the show is on requires verification that you are a cable or satellite TV subscriber.
I pulled it up three times from their site and the technician forwarded it to me once for a total of four downloads of the same file.
Once it is downloaded to your PC, extract the files inside. The extraction of the files will only work if you have a PC. But when I go to Support on the tv the Software Update option is gray and not a clickable option. I tried to get help from Samsung's site but the technician chatting with me could not understand the problem. (Oh, and I'm downloading the correct update for my television.
Unfortunately, Netflix does not post that information on their service menu, but it is available through third-party sources.
Also, Netflix does post a listing of upcoming additions to their original content, which can be accessed via the PR portion of their website Also, another important thing to point out is that although Netflix offers a lot of TV shows, if they are currently running, and are a multi-season show, you only have access to past seasons, not the currently running season.