Adding Netflix on the Panasonic Viera

by Melissa KingUpdated September 01, 2017
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Panasonic Viera televisions manufactured in 2008 or later feature Viera Cast, an app store that enables you to buy games, movies, music and other types of content. Panasonic includes the Netflix streaming video service to the Viera Cast app store. If you have a Netflix account, you can download the free app and watch streaming movies without having to connect another device to your television.

Setting Up Viera Cast

Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port on the back of the Viera. Connect the other end of the cable to a free Ethernet port on your router.

Press the "Power" button on the remote control to turn the TV on. Tap the down arrow to highlight the wrench icon. Press "Select."

Press the down arrow to highlight "Network Settings." Select "Ethernet Cable" if it isn't already highlighted.

Highlight "Connection Test" and press "OK." The Viera will perform an Internet connection test. When the test completes, press "Return" and "Exit."

Setting Up Netflix

Power on the Viera and press the "Viera Cast" button on the remote control.

Press the directional buttons to highlight "Netflix," then press "OK" when asked if you are a Netflix member. A code appears on the TV screen.

Open the Internet browser on your computer and go to the Netflix activation website (link in Resources). Enter your Netflix email address and password, then click "Continue."

Type the code that appeared on your TV, then click "Activate."

Select "Netflix" on your TV to view your Instant Queue. To play a movie, highlight it and press "OK."

Items you will need

  • Ethernet cable

  • Viera Cast-compatible TV

  • Router

  • High-speed Internet service

  • Netflix account


  • To put movies on your Instant Queue, browse for a movie on the Netflix website, then click "Add to Instant Queue."


Photo Credits

  • Ethan Miller/Getty Images News/Getty Images

About the Author

Melissa King began writing in 2001. She spent three years writing for her local newspaper, "The Colt," writing editorials, news stories, product reviews and entertainment pieces. She is also the owner and operator of Howbert Freelance Writing. King holds an Associate of Arts in communications from Tarrant County College.

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