You probably know that Netflix is using a really strange system to categorize it films and tv shows. Indeed, there isn't any categories tab... We have the solution, with this site, you will be able to find categories by a little code.
Once you've found the code for the category that you're searching, you just have to put the code in the search bar or you can replace the xx in this link https://netflix.com/browse/genre/xx with the code or simply click on the CODE.
On the site www.netflix.com, you will not find any categories, they are not presented in the navigation. However, Netflix does have secret codes that allow them to classify movies and series in order to present you with recommendations. These codes can be used to navigate directly to the category.
It is thanks to a mix of human and artificial intelligence that Netflix categorizes its series and movies.
In other words, Netflix has a lot of employees who are there to watch, evaluate and tag the platform's content to get metadata: the ending of the movies, the plot, the locations, the work of the main characters, to name a few.
Not surprisingly, the amount of recording collected became massive, forcing engineers to step in. Through the magic of algorithms, the content was divided into tens of thousands of different micro-genres, or as Netflix likes to call them, "alt-genders."
Yes, all codes work. Sometimes a code associated with a category may not work because it is either not available in your area or Netflix has decided to change it. We try our best to make sure that all codes on Netflix-codes.com work. Please feel free to report a code that does not work for you.
To find all the anime movies and series, you can use the secret code 7424, here is the list of anime subcategories:
To use Netflix hidden codes, follow these steps:
There you are on the page with all the movies and series associated to this category. Netflix may ask you to log in before showing you the movies and series associated to this category.