Meet AndroidTV: a new TV platform, like the failed Google TV. It's a brand new UI but it's the same SDK as regular Android.
Here's what's up: Android TV is a UI that gives you a unified view of your channels. It's a "lean-back" approach to watching TV, says Google. Part of what that means is super simple voice search that works how you talk. For example, you can say "Breaking Bad" and get a full run down of the shows. You could also say something like "Oscar-nominated films from 2002" and get a list there or you can say something like "who played Kevin in Home Alone" and get an answer for that. And it uses the power of Google search you already know and love. While it sounds like an answer to voice search on Fire TV it also seems like it might be better and more specific. Think the power of Google to help you binge watch horrible TV aggressively.