Contents You can Watch with Google TV Chromecast HDR10+

When Google released Chromecast with Android TV, We know they will do everything that makes worthy with their software magic. Also, They started a platform that the content providers can trust. So, all of the content providers begin to certify the Google TV Chromecast. Google also providing new features often. Now Google TV Chromecast got HDR10+ certification. So, When you have a supported TV, You can enjoy HDR10+ content. Most Android TV users purchase Google TV Chromecast because of its compatibility with popular apps. Here we listed contents that you can watch with your Google TV Chromecast HDR10+.
Google TV Chromecast showing HDR10+ Contents

What is HDR10+?

HDR10+ is the latest and most advanced technology discovered by Samsung; this HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. HDR10+ is the advanced version of HDR10. The main purpose of HDR10+ is to get your TV to optimally display UHD content the way to seen true-to-life highlight and shadow details. HDR10+ can stream through Prime Video, Youtube,  Google Play Movie, and TV apps. HDR10+ is also available in UHD Blu-ray discs which are a growing number nowadays.

If it is an unsupported UHD Blu-ray disc, it will play your video in the standard HDR10. You need not enable your TVspecifically to play HDR10+; if you are using a supporting TV, it will automatically detect your video with HDR10+. HDR10+ can optimize tour TV picture quality based on a room’s ambient brightness. Comparing to the Dolby vision, the HDR10+ isn’t quite as widely supported by streaming services. It supports Samsung and Amazon Prime Video streaming services. At the same time, Dolby Vision supports LG and Sony, Netflix, and Disney Plus as streaming services. Amazon Prime Video streams many hit shows using HDR10+ like The Grand Tour, The Marvelous Mrs.Maisel, and The man in the High Castle.

Chromecast Google TV got HDR10+ Certification

HDR10+ now expands to Chromecast, Roku, and Paramount+. The dynamic HDR video format developed by Samsung, now Google, Roku, and Paramount+ have announced that these three significant partners sign on to HDR10+ format.

Google looks for  HDR10+ to use its Chromecast devices. HDR10+ has already been enabled on its new Roku Express 4K+, Express 4K, and Roku Ultra products. Paramount+ is nothing but a new US video streaming service; it says streaming original shows such as The Stand to the certified devices in HDR10+.

HDR10+ supports more than 100 companies by this new singing, including Amazon, Youtube, 20th century Fox, Panasonic, Vizio, Hisense, Xiaomi, and Phillips. In addition, Netflix stated that in the future, it might be we support HDR10+, but it is not confirmed officially.

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Google’s Director of Product Management, Mr.Matt Frost, said that “ We envision HDR10+ being a key enabler for Chromecast Google TV plus other platforms going forth and we look forward to helping various partners to achieve a great HDR experience. Dolby Vision format is already using in Google, Roku, and Paramount+.

Google TV Chromecast HDR10+ Contents

I listed only a few contents as references. But, of course, you can always check the available formats in the respective Stream content details.

Disney Movies are available in 4K resolution at Apple iTunes Store

  • A Very English Scandal
  • Wonder Woman 1984
  • Agatha Christie’s: Ordeal by Innocence
  • All or Nothing: Manchester City
  • All or Nothing: The Michigan Wolverines
  • Beat
  • Beautiful Boy
  • Bosch
  • Brad’s Status
  • Carnival Row
  • Chi-Raq
  • Crown Heights
  • Race. Win.
  • First Reformed
  • Fleabag
  • Forever
  • Goliath
  • Good Girls Revolt
  • Good Omens
  • Grand Prix Driver
  • Gringo
  • Guava Island
  • Hand of God
  • Hanna
  • Hereditary
  • High Life
  • Homecoming
  • Hot Summer Nights
  • Informer
  • Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan
  • Jean-Claude Van Johnson
  • King Lear
  • Landline
  • Last Flag Flying
  • Late Night
  • Le Mans: Racing Is Everything
  • Lean on Pete
  • Life Itself
  • Long Strange Trip
  • Lore
  • Mad Dogs
  • Made in Heaven
  • Manchester by the Sea
  • Modern Love
  • Moonlight
  • Mozart in the Jungle
  • One Mississippi
  • Pass Over
  • Patriot
  • Peterloo
  • Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams
  • Photograph
  • Red Oaks
  • Six Dreams
  • Sneaky Pete
  • Suspiria
  • The Big Sick
  • The Boys
  • The Dangerous Book for Boys
  • The Disaster Artist
  • The Grand Tour
  • The Gymkhana Files
  • The Handmaiden
  • The Last Tycoon
  • The Living Sea
  • The Man in the High Castle
  • The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
  • The Only Living Boy in New York
  • The Romanoffs
  • The Tick
  • The Wall
  • The Widow
  • This Giant Beast That is the Global Economy
  • Too Old To Die Young
  • Transparent
  • Van Gogh: Brush with Genius*
  • Vanity Fair
  • White Dragon
  • Wonder Wheel
  • Wonderstruck
  • You Are Wanted
  • Z: The Beginning of Everything
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Smart TVs with HDR10+ support

In the current situation, many of the smart TVs are working under HDR10+. The main products using HDR10+ were Samsung, Philips, Hisense, and Panasonic. Furtherly we can discuss the models on each TV. Most of the other TVs like Sony Bravia come with better Android TV OS UI. So, You don’t need an additional Google TV Chromecast.


  • Samsung UE4TU7020 43”
  • UE55TU7020 55”
  • Samsung UE65TU8300 65”
  • QE75Q70TA 75”
  • Samsung QLED QE65Q00TA 65”


  • Philips 70PUS855 70”
  • 650LED805 65”
  • Philips 65PUS7805 65”
  • 70PUS7805 70”
  • Philips 50PUS7805 50”


  • Hisense 50A7100FTUK 50”
  • QLED 50U7QFTUK 50”
  • Hisense 65A7100FTUK 65”
  • 50AE7400FTUK 50”
  • Hisense QLED 65U8QFTUK 65”


  • Panasonic TX-65HX800BZ 65”
  • TX-55HZ980B 55”
  • Panasonic TX-50HX800BZ 50”
  • Panasonic TX-65HZ980B 65”

More than these models, there are plenty of smart TVs available in HDR10+ technology, mainly more Samsung smart TVs are based on HDR10+ technology only.

Wrap Up

Even if most popular companies accept Android TV as their default OS, Some companies still use their own OS. When you didn’t have Android TV OS, You are limited with apps and supportive content. In those cases, Google TV Chromecast can help you. However, when you use another device, It should not limit your hardware. Google TV Chromecast HDR10+ content support is a great initiative from Google. They also keep adding new apps support like Peacock, BBC. However, most of the Stream Networks need compatible certification. Or Else, They may not work on your device. Did you feel HDR10+ support in your Google TV Chromecast will enhance the view experience? Share your thoughts.

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