But without the right equipment, you could miss out on the finer details of its rising score, skip a vital line of dialogue or, more likely, be publicly embarrassed by a surprisingly adult punchline delivered to your colleagues, parents, or sensitive housemates. Noise-cancelling headphones are now increasingly rescuing these TV viewers, letting fans enjoy risque comedy without judgment, and delivering a surround sound-like experience even on noisy public transport. Noise-cancelling headphones deliver a surround sound-like experience wherever you are. Picture: Brendan RadkeSource:News Corp Australia It’s an important addition, given Telstra estimates video streaming during popular commute times rose 40 per cent in Australia last year. Below are five suggestions to get the best out of this audio technology and television’s new maturity (though it can’t muffle your laughter). Larry David attends the Curb Your Enthusiasm premiere in New York City.Source:Supplied Curb Your Enthusiasm Larry David has granted fans their wish, resurrecting cult comedy Curb Your Enthusiasm for a ninth season. Watch him nitpick, meddle, give and take offence in equal doses with longtime manager, Jeff (Jeff Garlin). Curb is laden with elegant profanities and insults that you probably don’t want the kids to learn, so pop the headphones on for this one. Curb Your Enthusiasm, from October 2, The Comedy Channel Liev Schreiber as Ray Donovan. Photo: Michael DesmondSource:Supplied Ray Donovan Handsome Hollywood ‘fixer’ Ray Donovan (Liev Schreiber) is feeling contemplative as he returns for a fifth season, with new faces including Susan Sarandon. Wife Abby (Paula Malcolmson) is battling cancer, and his always difficult relationship with dad Mickey (Jon Voigt) plays on Ray’s vulnerable side. Plenty of intense dialogue you’ll need to follow closely. Ray Donovan, season five, Tuesdays, 8.30pm on showcase Maggie Gyllenhaal pictured filming a scene for The Deuce. Picture: Splash NewsSource:Splash News Australia The Deuce Get excited for The Deuce, a series with impeccable pedigree. From the makers of The Wire, it stars Hollywood renegade James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal. A gritty look at the