Wide Color Gamut lets you see colors onscreen that TVs hadn’t been able to produce before. Like with HDR, this won’t make TV and movies look unnatural or harder to watch, but oceans will be bluer and grasses greener. Combined with HDR, objects like neon lights or sunsets will be a rich, bold, and bright combination of color and light that you haven’t been able to see before. You will need content that supports HDR and WCG to take advantage of this, but Netflix, Amazon, and Vudu stream it and Ultra HD Blu-ray offers it on discs. Video game consoles from Sony and Microsoft also support it. Cable and broadcast TV do not support HDR or WCG today, and the soonest you might see limited support is 2020.