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Hours can be wasted scrolling through the Netflix home page searching for the perfect film or television show to watch and wind down to. But this is only the tip of the iceberg, as a secret list of codes can unlock dozens of hidden categories and take you directly to the genre the user fancies.
From cult comedies to action thrillers, users can search for hyper-specific genres by searching for a special code or adding it to the end of your URL.
Netflix uses an algorithm which customizes each subscriber’s homepage experience by collecting data about the user’s interests and their viewing history. This means only a minority of Netflix’s collection is available to view without the special codes.
Simply type the corresponding code in the search bar to browse the many genres, including Reality TV (9833), Action Sci-Fi and Fantasy (1568) or Late Night Comedies (1402).
The list allows users easy access to even more obscure genres from BMX & Extreme Riding (4582) to Romantic Foreign Movies (7153).
CLICK HERE to view the full list of Netflix’s genre codes.
Your favourite genre is just one shortcut away.
Use these Netflix codes to find exactly what you’re looking for 💛❤️ @NetflixIndia pic.twitter.com/WaP41qWief
— IMDb India (@IMDb_in) October 20, 2022
A YouTube video shared by the channel “Triple M” breaks down the process of using the Netflix codes to browse genres.
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I tried a couple numbers and it does work.
How long till they change the code numbers since it will no longer be secret ?
Can you access it on your TV?
Throwing codes out there so they can find out how many people are sharing their passwords. Don’t fall for it