Traditionally, someone always nabs the best seats whenever you sit down to watch something on TV. But thanks to this new TV tech, those days could be over.
The technology is called Nano Cell, and it offers virtually no difference in colour even at angles of up to 60 degrees. Which means even if you're relegated to the side seats, you'll still get a decent viewing experience.
LG is the firm behind the technology. It uses uniformly-sized particles which measure only one nanometer in diameter. These offer more subtle, accurate colours.
The tech will be found in LG's new sets, the SJ9500, SJ8500 and SJ8000. These also support three existing HDR standards. HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, and is a technology that makes for a much more lifelike picture with more depth. It's a very young technology at the moment, so has competing standards.
The flagship SJ9500 model also measures just 6.9mm thin at its thinnest point. Which is thinner than some smartphones.
There's no word on whether these TVs come with the rather fetching slippers you can see in the picture above.
All three models will be unveiled at CES, which is currently taking place in Las Vegas. We're expecting lots more TV tech to debut at the show, so stay tuned.