Turn on Closed Captions and SDH
Turn on CC or SDH by default
On iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV, smart TV, or streaming device
Users who have the 4th generation of Apple TV can use the swipe feature to pull up the Settings menu to turn on subtitles and captions. On your controller, swipe down from the top to see a menu that includes a Subtitles option. Select English (or your preferred language) to turn on captions.
On the Home screen, click on the SETTINGS icon. Click on GENERAL, then ACCESSIBILITY. From there, click on CAPTION SETTINGS. Press CAPTION to turn subtitles on or off.
With voice control:
Launch the Netflix app. Select a TV show or movie. While your TV show or movie is playing, hold down the center button on your Apple TV remote. Select your preferred Closed Caption + SDH options.
While you're watching a video, you can ask Siri about the show, change your settings, and more. For example: "Turn on Closed Captioning." "Fast-forward two minutes.
Use Style to customize your desired subtitle/closed caption appearance and once you're done, go ahead and launch the Netflix app. Select the TV show/movie that you want to play and hold the center button on the Apple TV remote device. In the screen that pops up, select the Closed Caption + SDH options.
During playback, you may (de-)activate subtitles or closed captioning from the Info pane. Press the down button, then Subtitles, then select a language, or select “Off”.
Launch the Paramount+ app and select Settings from the left menu. Select Closed Captions. You can now choose from options including font size, color, type, background and more.
During playback of VOD or live stream, bring the player controls up by selecting any direction on your Android TV controller. Select the Closed Caption "cc" button from the player controls to display the Closed Caption Menu. Select "On" to display captions, select "Off" to remove captions.
Closed captions and other accessibility settings for your Samsung TV
Within the Closed Captioning menu, switch the Closed Captioning setting to On or Off by highlighting the item and pressing OK on your remote. A dialog box will then appear. Select the Closed Captioning option that you prefer (Off, Auto or Custom), and press OK. A check mark will then be displayed next to the selection.
How do I turn closed captions on and off on my Amazon Fire or Android TV device? Press the menu button on your Amazon or Android remote to bring up the video player. Select the CC option that appears beneath the video player. Select "Turn Captions On" or "Turn Captions Off."