I noticed for the newest episodes of WandaVision that are coming out that some versions of them are tagged as 60 FPS. I don't recall previously seeing 60 FPS explicitly marked on any other TV shows or streaming content.
Apparently the previous standard was:
24fps – This is the standard for movies and TV shows, and it was determined to be the minimum speed needed to capture video while still maintaining realistic motion. Even if a film is shot at a higher frame rate, it’s often produced and displayed at 24 FPS. Most feature films and TV shows are shot and viewed at 24 FPS.
WandaVision is certainly not a show with a lot of busy scenes nor does it seem like there are a lot of slow-mo effects - which usually seems like a good use of 60 FPS. In fact, a lot of the "modern day" scenes in WandaVision actually look quite amateurish cinematography wise; it almost looks like a High School film project in parts. Could it be that the higher FPS makes it look worse?
Is 60 FPS becoming the new standard for TV?