This was unfortunately as specific as the company would get, but if you Vizio TV is at least 5 years old, you might have to find another way to watch Netflix next month.
This shouldn't come as a complete surprise to the viewers with those devices, though, as Roku has sent alerts, notifying customers their devices may soon be unable to stream Netflix.
The development was earlier revealed by Samsung, who released a press statement last month, saying: "This change will impact select 2010 and 2011 Samsung Smart TV models that were sold in the US and Canada".
Netflix, the world's popular video streaming platform, will not work on many devices, including Smart TV, from today, ie December 1.More news: Miley Cyrus Celebrated Thanksgiving With Cody Simpson Amid Liam Hemsworth Reunion Rumors
However, Samsung of these TVs already exist in the Netflix app will not work, but a few other methods with the help of these also on Netflix stream will be.
Although some of our older TV's will no longer support Netflix directly beginning December 1st, 2019, many other devices you may have connected to your TV are still supported.
Seven older Roku streaming stick models won't be supported after this month. For a list of Netflix, see netflix.com/compatibledevices.
Additionally, older Vizio smart TVs will also lose Netflix.More news: No Time To Die's new teaser is packed full of action
"You can find a list from Netflix at netflix.com/compatible devices".
Several older Roku models will, starting on December 2, no longer be supported by Netflix.
Those who use one of the devices that are no longer supported will probably need to buy a new streaming device to continue watching content with their Netflix subscription. When you launch your Netflix app, if you are losing Netflix, a popup message will inform you that on December 1st, 2019, Netflix will be ending support.
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