Moderate-to-severe tricuspid regurgitation (TR) is common and is associated with a poor prognosis. To date, most patients are undertreated; therefore, transcatheter options could be clinically impactful in those who are denied surgery. Several transcatheter solutions have been developed that address the problem via leaflet enhancement, annuloplasty, or heterotopic implantation of self-expandable or balloon-expandable valves in the caval veins. A comprehensive patient evaluation, based on multimodality imaging techniques for a better understanding of the valvular pathology and TR mechanism, remains paramount for an appropriate device selection. To date, several trials have shown the feasibility and safety of a multitude of devices in this setting, but data from randomized clinical trials regarding clinical benefit based on hard endpoints are still lacking. Although the optimal patient profile and timing of intervention remain under investigation, data from available studies indicate that an earlier treatment referral, before onset of irreversible right ventricular remodeling, could be beneficial. This review discusses the present landscape and future implications of transcatheter therapies for severe TR.