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Whether it's your own production or a successful TV format, Netflix always has new series, films, documentaries and other content. If you want to keep an overview, you need a smart tool that not only lists new content from the streaming service provider, but also offers filters. With Flixable you get this overview of new series and films on Netflix; including year of publication, length, brief summary, ratings and direct links.
On the home page, Flixable shows you new films and series on Netflix in chronological order of their inclusion in the range. You can see which content is updated every day streamingOffer have been added - and what you should therefore note for the next weekend or the coming film evening. I find the division into films and series and the filters that can be used in each case very appealing:
The “discontinued” overview from Flixable is also very interesting. Here you will also find a chronologically ordered list - however, not with the newcomers, but with the departures soon. So if you've ever wanted to see this or that film or series from the corresponding overview, then hold on! ;)
Other categories on Flixable are “Popular” with the films and series with the highest ratings, “Originals” with a list of original Netflix productions, which are also sorted by ratings, and “Other countries”. So if you don't use the German version of Netflix or live in one of the following countries, you can see the corresponding new additions and expiring Netflix content for these nations:
What I also think is really cool about Flixable is the direct link to Netflix. So if you've found a new movie or series that appeals to you via the short Flixable description and thumbnail, you can simply click on "Watch on Netflix" and it will take you (in the Browser) directly to the title. Interesting: the URL slug is the same as Netflix ~/title/string. Since one could conclude from the current information and the page structure that there is a connection between Flixable and Netflix, there is probably also a note right at the bottom of the page: "Flixable does not belong to Netflix".
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.