In this Fresh Air podcast and accompanying text, the author explains how and why Netflix comes up with the super-specific genres it uses to categorize the films it recommends to viewers. The author wrote a bit of computer code that helped him uncover 76,897 Netflix micro-genres including “Mother-Son Movies from the 1970s” and “Visually Striking Latin American Comedies.”
If you read the text while you listen to the podcast (see the button on the top right to replay the last 15 seconds at any time) you can learn how to pronounce the word "genre" in English, as in "What movie genre do you like best?"
18 New York Times Articles You Should Read Before You Turn 18. Some of these articles are distinctly American, while others are more universal; some might compel you to act, and others to dream. Do you remember what was important to you when you were 18?