Netflix is one of the most popular streaming services in the world. Almost everyone on the planet has at least heard of it. I probably don’t even need to tell you about Netflix at all. Odds are pretty great that you currently use or have used them in the past.
What I am going to tell you about is the devices that Netflix will no longer be available on. The list is short as there really isn’t much information to go on. If you’re asking why the only reason being cited is “technical limitations.” Let’s dive into that list!
- 2010 and 2011 models with C or D after the screen size in the model code. (One thing to remember is that if you use a separate device for Netflix, you will have absolutely no problems continuing to use the service. This effects ONLY the televisions.) If you’re not sure how to find your Samsung TV’s model code, this page can help you.
- Roku 2000C
- Roku 2050X
- Roku 2100X
- Roku HD
- Roku SD
- Roku XD
- Roku XR
- Any other Roku devices that cannot auto-play the next episode
As I said before, the list is rather short, but we will keep you updated as we find out more. To make sure your devices are still compatible, check out Netflix’s official supported devices.