Secret Netflix Hack lets you find ALL the Holiday Movies!

In the mood for holiday movies?  Netflix has a trove of holiday treasure waiting to be consumed during the cold nights to come.  But perhaps the titles aren’t popping up in your recommended queue just yet. 

There's a simple hack to make sure that everything from perennial classic Love Actually to freshly-crowned favorite A Christmas Prince appear on your screen in no time. 

Some sources have figured out that Netflix organizes its offerings with genre codes on the website URL. And if you know the genre code, you can use it as a shortcut to access the streaming platform’s full catalogue of options in that category.  

Just log into your Netflix account in a browser, then in the search box paste one of the genre code numbers below.  

So you want a “Romantic Christmas Movie,” like the aforementioned classic Love Actually, or some lighter fare like The Spirit of Christmas or Christmas Crush? That’s 1394527. (For the fans: A Christmas Prince lives in this category, too.)

 

Here’s the full selection:

Romantic Christmas Films – 1394527

Christmas Children & Family Films – 1474017

Family-friendly Christmas Films – 1394522

Christmas Children & Family Films for Ages 11 to 12 – 1477206

Christmas Children & Family Films for Ages 8 to 10 – 1477204

Christmas Children & Family Films for Ages 5 to 7 – 1477201

Feel-good Christmas Children & Family Films – 1475066

Goofy Christmas Children & Family Films – 1475071

Christmas Children & Family Films from the 1990s – 1476024

British Christmas Children & Family Films – 1527064

European Christmas Children & Family Films – 1527063

Canadian Christmas Children & Family Films – 1721544

Christmas Children & Family Films from the 1990s – 1476024

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