My wife and I are both totally blind, and I recently bought the 4th generation 2K Apple TV (we don't need the extra pixels available in the 4K). We have determined that the best way for us to operate the unit would be through SIRI; but I cannot find a complete set of commands to have SIRI access several aspects of the system. For example, as the "tech guru" in our house, I got several program series on the system (All in the Family, Andy Griffith, Divorce Court, and more); but once we have a show playing, we can't figure out how to tell SIRI to find the next show in the series or perhaps a show in another series. I have done pretty well with a Bluetooth keyboard and fair with the gestures on the SIRI remote, but my wife is not getting along well with either the keyboard or the gestures on that tiny SIRI remote. I will appreciate any ideas any of you have to gain better operation of the Apple TV. For my part, I'll keep "knocking on it" with the keyboard and occasionally a SIRI command (I am not very good with the gestures on the tiny remote); but I'd like to find a way for Debbie to operate the unit more effectively.
One thing I found odd on the Search function: sometimes when you click Search and a keyboard appears, you can type in what you want or else "knock it in" by scrolling around the remote; but when you press Enter on the keyboard or click the remote, the search does not work, and the keyboard remains active. Very strange.
The Apple Help Desk suggested that we use SIRI for most of the operation of the unit, and we will do that if we can find a set of instructions that will make SIRI accomplish what we want.