These are the movies, TV shows you can watch in 4K


So you’ve patiently waited until prices dropped, and now you’re the proud owner of a new 4K TV.
Also referred to as an Ultra HD television, these stunning displays offer four times the resolution of 1080p HD. This added detail makes the video so lifelike it’s like slipping on a pair of prescription glasses for the first time.
But now the big question remains: Where’s t
he content?
Between 4K-supported streaming services, dedicated channels from TV providers, and 4K Blu-ray discs, the floodgates are about to open. Oh sure, 4K sports programming is still spotty, but when it comes to TV shows, movies and documentaries, there’s a ton of things to watch today.
Here’s a look at where to start.
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (4K Blu-ray)
Available on Oct. 18 for $24.99, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment reintroduces Ang Lee’s martial arts action-fantasy as a Supreme Cinema Series Collectible Edition. Along with 4K Ultra HD restoration (from the 35mm original camera negative) and a Dolby Atmos audio upgrade, this Blu-ray disc includes many hours of extra content, including six never-before-seen deleted scenes and all-new retrospective interviews – all wrapped in an acrylic “Clear Case,” with 24-page booklet.