With a constantly growing content library, there is a lot to look at Netflix – as long as you can find something that interests you. The streaming service allows users to search for general categories, but if you want to become even more specific, there is a trick to help you.
As it turns out, the streams have assigned codes to each genre and subgenre, and you can access the full list of movies or programs for each manually, according to What's On Netflix. To do so, you need to type the following URL into your browser: http://www.netflix.com/browse/genre/INSERTNUMBER. After that, just change the "INSERTNUMBER" component with the code corresponding to the genre you hope to browse and you will see all available options.
The category varies from quite general (ie, anime, drama and television series) to extremely specific (ie, films aged 5 to 7, teenage friends and werewolf horror movies). With how fast and easy they can show up in a web browser, they work as a useful tool ̵
Instead of manually adding links, Google Chrome users can install the helpful FindFlix extension to easily search for lesser-known genres. Those who do not use Chrome can click through to browse some of our favorite "secret" Netflix codes below.