With an ever-growing content library, there's plenty to watch on Netflix, as long as you can find something that interests you. We've all experienced the problem of content overload, if you have an idea of what you want to watch, but you can't quite limit it with so many options available. The streaming service allows users to easily search by general categories, but if you want to get even more specific there is a trick to help you.
It turns out that the streaming service has assigned codes to each genre and subgenre. You can manually access the full list of movies or shows for each, according to What's On Netflix. This way, you don't have to scan through the predefined carousels on your home page, but can navigate directly to subgenre categories that feel like they were created just for you.
To do this, you need to type the following URL to your Internet browser: http://www.netflix.com/browse/genre/INSERTNUMBER. After that, just swap the "INSERTNUMBER" component with the code corresponding to the genre you're hoping to browse, and you'll be presented with all the options available.
The categories range from the fairly general (eg Anime, drama and TV series) to very specific (eg films for children aged 5 to 7, teen comedies and werewolf horror films). With how quickly and easily they can be placed in a browser, they serve as a useful tool ̵
Instead of manually entering links, Google Chrome users can install the handy FindFlix extension to easily search lesser-known genres. Those who don't use Chrome can click through to browse some of our favorite & # 39; secret & # 39; Browse Netflix codes below. Have fun browsing!
Action & Adventure
Children & Family
Sci-fi and Fantasy