Maybe I didn't make myself clear.
What are you watching when you see the problem, what device is the signal coming from, and how is the device connected to your TV. Since you may be watching TV over the air, cable, satellite, or streaming how can anyone help if we don't have some details to work with. You also need to let us know if you see the same thing watching a Blu-ray or DVD movie from a player, and it's important to know if you are using HDMI cables and how all your devices are connected to each other.
For instance, I have a Roku 3, two Blu-ray players (OPPO and Sony), and a Comcast cable box (Motorola) all connected to a Denon AVR using HDMI cables. The AVR is connected to the TV. It's important to know if you see your problem regardless of where the signal is coming from or if you only see it from one source.
Yeah, I supposed you would need to know that! What a dumb ass.
I run a time warner cable box (Motorola) HDMI straight to TV. I use the Smart TV function for Hulu, Amazon and Netflix.
Also run a older samsung blu-ray player with HDMI straight to TV. Blu-Ray is at least 7 years old.
Seems like I see the problem using all these platforms. I do know when I run cable tv, hulu, netflix etc.. It is more grainy, I am assume this is due to time warners crappy service and modem in-put/receiving speed. Even though they guarantee 30Mbps, speed test show I am normally around 20Mbps, and many times a day it cuts off completely.
Now, I do think Blu-Ray seems to be less laggy, but I still see it.
Whatever help is greatly appreciated.