See the Actual Time Your Current Program Will End
It’s fairly common knowledge that tapping (not pressing) on the Siri Remote touchpad while you’re watching a movie or TV show will bring up the standard progress bar, showing you how far along you are, and how many minutes are remaining in the current program.
However, if you tap on the touchpad a second time while the status bar is still showing, the numbers will switch from elapsed time and remaining time to the actual time and an ETA — the current time will be shown above the current position, and the right side of the bar will show the time that the show will end. It’s a handy way to know if you actually have time to finish watching a show.
Note that for somewhat obvious reasons, this only works when a show is actually playing, not when it’s paused, since there’s no way of predicting the end time of a paused show. Further, while this works in Apple’s own TV app and most other apps that use Apple’s built-in video player, it won’t work by default in apps like YouTube that have built their own players instead of using Apple’s — unless the developer has specifically implemented it in their own media player, like Plex has.