Netflix has been slowly updating some of its original programming to support high dynamic range streaming, and today the company revealed even more of its 2016 HDR lineup, Engadget reports. By the end of 2016, Netflix will have more than a dozen shows and movies available in HDR. Netflix began its HDR expansion earlier this year with the first season of Marco Polo, and said recently it would add support for Daredevil as well.
Now, Netflix has made a more complete, but not exhaustive, list of upcoming HDR content available. Here is the lineup so far, according to Netflix:
- A Series of Unfortunate Events
- Chef's Table
- Knights of Sidonia
- Iron Fist
- Jessica Jones
- Luke Cage
- The Defenders
- The Do-Over
- The Ridiculous Six
Netflix hasn't provided any specific details about when exactly these shows and films would receive HDR support, but it says it will have 100 hours by the end of August and 150 hours by the end of the year. Only subscribers on Netflix's Ultra HD tier with an HDR-equipped TV will be able use the feature.
Update, 12:02PM ET: Updated to reflect that this is just a sample of Netflix's upcoming HDR content, and more may still be announced.