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These Hidden Netflix Codes Will Unlock Thousands Of Hidden Movies And Genres

If you’re like me – a couch-potato with a serious TV addiction – then Netflix really is something of a God-send. There are more and more classic series and movies being added to the streaming site’s extensive library that it’s almost daunting. Then there’s the fact that lately Netflix has been making a host of quality content of its own, commissioning original shows or reboots of old ones to include in the roster.

The only trouble is, it can be a bit aggravating trying to navigate all those menus and preferences to try and find the show that’s right for you. If only there was a way to make this simpler, so you could tailor your idle browsing and channel-hopping to suit your own personal tastes.

Netflix is now available in nearly every country on earth. But the content varies depending on your location and IP address. Luckily, there’s a secret method, known only to insiders, that will give you the edge you need to indulge in a weekend’s boxset binge without any extra hassle. You can use this method to browse the swathes of titles available and home in on exactly what you’re looking for. All it takes is a few special codes.

Netflix has a vast list of categories that go far beyond the bog standard genres like “action”, “drama”, “horror” and the others you might encounter on the homepage. First discovered by a blog known as What’s On Netflix, you can access these clandestine codes by simply typing specific URLs into a browser. Each URL looks like this:***

The *** is where you type a code relating to the category you’re looking for. For example, 35800 is steamy romantic movies, 11140 is supernatural thrillers and 67879 is Korean TV shows. You can check out the complete list by hopping over to the next page…

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