Michael Hogan at The Guardian complains that it is hard to read text messages on screens for shows like The Bear and Starstruck. My partner and I were bingeing the new season of Rose Matafeo’s BBC romcom Starstruck – a solid four stars from us – but on-off lovers Jessie and Tom would insist on playing out their
I'm not sure that the "average TV size being sold these days (is) about 65 inches" is a legitimate argument here. Sure, for people with a shiny new TV in their lounge they're gonna be OK. But ten years ago the average size was 40 inches, and 15 years ago it was 32. And a lot (probably the majority) of people are still going to be watching on screens that size, because not everyone buys a new TV every year.
Anyway, it's all academic when you can't read a text onscreen because the subtitles have been sat on top of it :-(