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We all know the feeling: Scrolling through interminable rows of the same old shows and movies until fatigue begins to set in, and suddenly nothing looks good. Sometimes, this can lead to frustration or even conflict (sad, but true). Those of us who use Netflix regularly aren’t likely to see lots of new recommendations, thanks to the algorithm that decides what you’ll like and what you won’t. Sometimes, you just want to go back to the old days of TV, when flipping the switch called up an unceasing list of random possibilities. That’s where Netflix Roulette comes in. It’s a handy online tool available through a website called Reelgood, and it can help you escape the “Netflix recommended” doldrums to get back to streaming. Here’s how it works. Before we get into Netflix Roulette, those interested in that tool may also want to know about its parent company, Reelgood (the impatient among us can simply skip to the next section). Reelgood launched in 2015 as a sort of movie-focused social media app, but eventually pivoted to the model you see today, which is essentially a massive search repository that allows users to find shows and movies filtered by whichever streaming services they use. Some streaming devices — like Roku — offer cross-platform search, which is awesome, but Reelgood takes it to another level, letting you add filters based upon genre, IMDB score, Rotten Tomatoes rating, and even release date. You don’t need to create an account to use the Netflix Roulette feature, but it’s not a bad idea to do so in case you ever want to use the Reelgood search tool — just link through Facebook or sign up the old fashioned way, with a name, email, and password.
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