YouTube TV is easy to use, available on every platform and offers a strong channel lineup.
The Samsung QN90A Neo QLED TV’s mini-LED backlighting makes for unmatched picture brightness, while a bounty of smart features and new eco-friendly remote complete the premium experience.
Our Hulu with Live TV review takes a close look at the service. And while it's colorful, robust and effective at recommending new content, it's not perfect.
The successor to Tom’s Guide’s TV of the year, the Samsung QN90B looks to continue the trend of QLED TVs being the gold standard in 4K HDR sets.
There’s a lot to like about the compact Sonos Ray, and makes a great entry to the company's ecosystem.
The Hisense U8H Mini LED TV promises picture precision, stellar brightness and premium gaming features at the ultimate value.
With the ideal blend of durability, picture quality and smart features, the SunBriteTV Veranda 3 is the best outdoor TV you can buy right now.
The Bowers & Wilkins Panorama 3 comes with Dolby Atmos support and delivers audiophile sound with movies and music
Sky Glass is a 4K HDR TV with built-in Dolby Atmos soundbar, Sky Q and no need for a dish. It's an excellent one-cable solution, but with some drawbacks.
The Vizio D-Series TV is compact, affordable and plenty smart. Despite mediocre sound and picture performance, it’s a solid value set.
The TCL Roku TV 6-Series 8K (R648) is a next-generation set at this generation’s prices, but it’s not a compelling buy while 4K reigns supreme.
The Vizio V-Series is a solid TV for the price, if you can live with low brightness and poor HDR performance.
The Amazon Fire TV Omni looks better than ever before, and gets a handy hands-free Alexa feature, but performance falls flat.
Vizio makes a huge splash in the OLED TV market with the OLED55-H1, a 4K powerhouse that punches far above its price.
The Vizio P-Series Quantum (P65Q9-H1) delivers a crisp picture with great contrast at a good price — but its software holds it back.
The Roku Streaming Stick Plus is simply the most complete 4K HDR streaming device you can get for the price.
The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max is not especially faster than its cheaper version, but it's a great streaming stick nonetheless.
The Sonos Arc is premium in every sense — with its precise tuning software and Dolby Atmos support, it’s the best soundbar for Sonos fans who can afford it.