Interactive content is a fun new way to experience Netflix. In each interactive title, you can make choices for the characters, shaping the story as you go! Each choice leads to a different adventure, so you can watch again and again, and see a new story each time.
Interactive content is available on many newer devices, including smart TVs, streaming media players, game consoles, and iOS devices running the latest version of the Netflix app.
Apple TVs, Chromecasts, Windows computers and tablets running the Netflix app, Tesla touch screen displays, and browsers using Silverlight do not support interactive content at this time.
Sometimes a device update is needed to ensure your TV has the newest Netflix app. If you're not sure how to update the system software on your TV, you can check your owner's manual or contact the manufacturer. Please note that an update does not guarantee that your TV will be compatible with interactive content.
For steps on updating the application on an iOS device, see How do I update the Netflix app on my iPhone, iPad or iPod touch?
Playback on Android is only supported with Buddy Thunderstruck: The Maybe Pile (Android app version 7.34 or later), Stretch Armstrong: The Breakout (Android app version 6.11 or later), Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (Android app version 6.19 or later), You vs Wild (Android app version 7.4 or later), and Minecraft: Story Mode (Android app version 7.36 or later).
Devices that do not support interactive content will instruct you to switch to a supported device.
We have several original interactive titles, with more on the way.
Puss in Book: Trapped in an Epic Tale.
Buddy Thunderstruck: The Maybe Pile.
Stretch Armstrong: The Breakout.
Minecraft: Story Mode.
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.
Bear Grylls' You vs. Wild.