These ‘Hidden’ Netflix Codes Reveal All Sorts Of Secret Movie Genres

So you'll never be bored again.

These 'Hidden' Netflix Codes Reveal All Sorts Of Secret Movie Genres
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Netflix, like all cool services and fast-food restaurants, has its hacks and secret menus that are revealed only to their most devoted followers. Luckily, several websites have discovered and published all of Netflix’s hidden codes — a myth that’s been circulating the web for a while — organizing them neatly onto lists and making it easy for millions of viewers to find all sorts of genres without having to scroll through endless content.

Normally, if you’re feeling like watching a comedy you’d have to scroll through Netflix’s comedy tab, which shows seemingly random suggestions that can range from Disney’s Frozen, to weird movies that are clearly not comedies. Netflix has a really weird way of organizing their content and finding an interesting movie can sometimes feel like an impossible task.

With these codes, that’s a thing of the past, allowing you be as specific as you want to be., allows you to look through different genres, which are much more varied than “Comedy” and “Drama.” You can even type in what you feel like watching on their search bar. Aliens? Vampires? Dogs? Sure thing.

The code for Comedies is ‘6548’, so you’d have to add those numbers onto the end of your Netflix URL, like so: Sadly, you can only use these codes on a laptop.

There are tons of different codes, ranging from obscure topics such as Werewolf Horror Movies (75930) to genres you didn’t even know you needed, like Satanic Stories (6998). You can check out the full list of codes here.

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