They do boost on now tv that makes it 1080p 5.1 so more than watchable from what I've seen in the pastHave tried, 720p NowTV in the past and the low Bit rate and 720p, just made for an appalling watch on large 65/75 inch 4k/8k panels. Looks like a great new TV show, that until the streaming quality is improved a few notches, I just won't bother with. 1080p with a good bit rate, can still hold up well, but come on with 4k panels now standard and 8k here now and mainstream in a year or two, we really need to see big improvements in streaming quality. A TV is only as ever as good as the quality of the source.
They do boost on now tv that makes it 1080p 5.1 so more than watchable from what I've seen in the past
Netflix charge for SD/HD/UHD, so yes, while ridiculous charging for HD, that’s the way of it.Such a shame that anyone in the UK has to sign up to SKY to get this. Even worse is the fact it can be accessed via SKY's abysmal Now TV platform which is basically just a shop window intended to attract new customers to SKY. Aren't they generous allowing you to pay extra to get 1080p. WOW, thanks so very much (greed knows no bounds).
The sooner SKY loses its HBO UK exclusity rights the better! SKY are the worst thing to ever happen to TV in this country despite their supposed "inovations". Those inovations are not there to enhance anything and simply attract flies to the SKY web.
After saying this, Raised By Wolves doesn't appear to have a 4K incarnation even in the USA? You can pre order it on disc already, but there's only so far been an option for seasom 1 on DVD. I cannot work out what HBO or indeed Ridley Scott are up to? This is one title that is crying out for 4K and HDR.
Anyway, I ain't paying SKY a penny for this and will happilly pay for a UHD or Blu-ray version of it instead.
Netflix charge for SD/HD/UHD, so yes, while ridiculous charging for HD, that’s the way of it.
I’d love Sky to drop HBO so we could get max or F1 but it’s not happening anytime soon.
For those who have Sky subs, it’s nice to know that’s most HBO content eventually makes it on to Atlantic.
Intrigued by this. Friends have watched this (via other means of course) and all have said it turns weird AF, but that it's compelling watching.
But a 10?!?!?? ~LOL.
Sounds like you are bitter as you cannot afford Sky.