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Netflix Subscriptions

Do you have a Netflix subscription for Tesla Theater?

  • I already subscribe to Netflix

  • I don't have Netflix but will subscribe now that I can watch in my car.

  • My Tesla does not support Tesla Theater (MCU1)

  • I don't have Netflix and won't get it because of V10


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tschmidty

Member
Apr 17, 2019
178
856
Charlotte, NC
Just wanted to throw out a quick straw poll of how many people have a Netflix subscription already, and if not will you subscribe when you have V10 software and can stream Netflix in the car?
 

Wooloomooloo

Member
Jun 29, 2018
825
1,808
Brooklyn, NY
I already have a Netflix subscription and picked that, but you might want an option for "I don't have one and this won't compel me to get one".

I honestly can't imagine watching Netflix in the car while charging.
 

follow.johnny

Member
May 19, 2018
793
889
Riverside, California
Currently have a Netflix subscription and also just purchased Disney+ subscription. I know video through browsers will work but it would be nice to have a native Disney+ app, so hopefully they will allow third party apps to be developed/integrated into the Tesla Theater.
 

tschmidty

Member
Apr 17, 2019
178
856
Charlotte, NC
Currently have a Netflix subscription and also just purchased Disney+ subscription. I know video through browsers will work but it would be nice to have a native Disney+ app, so hopefully they will allow third party apps to be developed/integrated into the Tesla Theater.

Sign up for Movies Anywhere (legit site, owned by Disney so virtually certain it will allow you to add Disney+). You can give it access to your premium accounts (Netflix, Amazon Prime) and add your free YouTube account.

Once you do that, you can view all your movies purchased under all of those accounts in YouTube using the native app in Tesla Theater. Works great, very cool.
 

follow.johnny

Member
May 19, 2018
793
889
Riverside, California
Sign up for Movies Anywhere (legit site, owned by Disney so virtually certain it will allow you to add Disney+). You can give it access to your premium accounts (Netflix, Amazon Prime) and add your free YouTube account.

Once you do that, you can view all your movies purchased under all of those accounts in YouTube using the native app in Tesla Theater. Works great, very cool.

Thanks for this information! I'll definitely look into it.
 

jjrandorin

Moderator, Model 3, Tesla Energy Forums
Nov 28, 2018
9,517
10,706
Riverside Co. CA
Sign up for Movies Anywhere (legit site, owned by Disney so virtually certain it will allow you to add Disney+). You can give it access to your premium accounts (Netflix, Amazon Prime) and add your free YouTube account.

Once you do that, you can view all your movies purchased under all of those accounts in YouTube using the native app in Tesla Theater. Works great, very cool.

This sounded really cool so I went to look at the website. No where does it mention you can connect a netflix account to it.

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Retailers currently participating in Movies Anywhere


Movies Anywhere currently works with the Digital Retailers listed below. Check back regularly as we update our list of Digital Retailers!

  • iTunes
  • Amazon
  • Vudu/Walmart
  • Xfinity (for Xfinity TV subscribers only)
  • Google Play/YouTube
  • Microsoft
  • FandangoNOW
 
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tschmidty

Member
Apr 17, 2019
178
856
Charlotte, NC
This sounded really cool so I went to look at the website. No where does it mention you can connect a netflix account to it.

=====================================

Retailers currently participating in Movies Anywhere


Movies Anywhere currently works with the Digital Retailers listed below. Check back regularly as we update our list of Digital Retailers!

  • iTunes
  • Amazon
  • Vudu/Walmart
  • Xfinity (for Xfinity TV subscribers only)
  • Google Play/YouTube
  • Microsoft
  • FandangoNOW

Ack, you are 100% correct. Somewhat moot since there is a native Netflix app. I did add iTunes and Amazon and can view them through the YouTube app. I wonder what you can view with the xFinity account?
 

MP3Mike

Well-Known Member
Feb 1, 2016
15,808
35,211
Oregon
Sorry but which url? A particular video in my collection or the url of the server or plex.tv? more info please

Someone created a YouTube video that is only used for links to various services.


So you can just share this video to your car to get the links other people are using.
 

SongjinDK

Member
Apr 18, 2018
76
71
California
Sign up for Movies Anywhere (legit site, owned by Disney so virtually certain it will allow you to add Disney+). You can give it access to your premium accounts (Netflix, Amazon Prime) and add your free YouTube account.

Once you do that, you can view all your movies purchased under all of those accounts in YouTube using the native app in Tesla Theater. Works great, very cool.
Can you watch free amazon prime movies?
 

jjrandorin

Moderator, Model 3, Tesla Energy Forums
Nov 28, 2018
9,517
10,706
Riverside Co. CA
Just enjoyed Netflix in the car waiting for the kids to be done with a class... Nice.

I have been watching netflix in my car at lunch time. Its a perfect get away from eating at my desk, where people can find me (lol). I am into animation (and anime) so am watching a netflix animation show called "disenchanted" that I kinda wanted to see but didnt have time ot catch up on.

Sitting in a climate controlled car during lunch, windows tinted dark enough that people cant really see I am in there... chillin, watching netflix or youtube. I would definitely pay extra to keep access via data if possible. I also have hotspot feature on my phone if I need to use that, but would prefer to just use the car if possible.

I am still surprised to hear sound effects move around the car across the front and also front to rear. its surprisingly good, but I have not watched (and dont intend to watch) any real movies on it because I am a snob when it comes to surround sound in movies, and I dont want to disappoint myself too much.
 

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