How To Find Movies In All Niches Of Netflix

If you’ve been using Netflix for a while, you’ve probably known the problem of searching the homepage forever and still not finding anything. You are familiar with every category from “New Releases” to “Popular” to the individual genres, such as “Action” and “Comedy,” and you have the feeling that you already know everything. Here we will show you how you can use the full potential of Netflix by using secret codes. This unpublished, underground category system enables you to find new content on Netflix. Our article will first explain how this works and give you a list of all the Netflix codes. Finally, we refer again to practical Firefox and Google Chrome add-ons,

How do I find and use the hidden Netflix categories?

Due to many films and series on offer, each genre and sub-genre has its number for the corresponding category. The first requirement is that you log into Netflix. Then enter this link with the desired code: The placeholder ” XXXX ” has to be replaced with the selected category. An example would be the link for the class “Animation for Adults” ( 11881 ).

All Netflix codes

We have put together a complete list for you according to superordinate categories. All genres are stored with the corresponding link and are also listed with the number. Select the desired type with a click and discover new films.

Action & Adventure Films (1365)

Anime (7424)

Documentations (6839)

Dramas (5763)

Classic Movies (31857)

Faith & Spirituality (26835)

Horror Movies (8711)

Independent Films (7077)

International Films (7462)

Children & Family Films (783)

Comedies (6548)

Cult Films (7627)

LGBTQ Movies (5977)

Musicals (13335)

Music (1701)

Romantic Movies (8883)

Science Fiction & Fantasy (1492)

Series (83)

Sports Films (4370)

Thriller (8933)

Is there an easier way to use the secret codes?

If you use the Firefox or Google Chrome browser, we have good news for you: The ” FindFlix ” add-on extends your browser with a tool that directly calls up the Netflix categories entirely wholly free of charge.

Our example shows the add-on for Firefox. To do this, click on the tool in your browser at the top right and enter the English’s desired category. The add-on now shows you all sub-categories for the generic term. The download for Firefox is here, and for Google Chrome here.

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