Most Netflix users have a queue of movies and TV shows on their watch list, but finding things to put on that list can be a bit of a challenge.
For the past few days I’ve taken up residence on my living room couch with what may be the flu, but is probably just a unbelievably epic cold. Between doses of cold medicine and fever-induced naps I’ve been slowly working my way through my Netflix queue.
It was a feat I never thought I would finish, but as it turns out all it took was three days and an inability to move for me to watch it all. Now what?
A search engine for Netflix, with it you can search all the movies and TV shows on Netflix by genre, IMDb rating (so you know it’s going to be decent) and release year. You can get your results sorted by release year, rating, title, or when they were added to Netflix (useful if you’re looking for something “new” to you on the platform.
The result is a lot richer search than you’re able to get on Netflix proper, that surfaces movies and shows you might have not realised we on the platform in the first place. The rating search also gives you a fighting chance at not picking a dud.