Find out what Netflix content is available your region with this tool

Patrick O'Rourke

January 25, 2016 5:27pm

Not all Netflix regions are built the same.

If you’re a Canadian, it’s likely you already know this; every Netflix region features different content licenses. An interesting tool called uNoGS has emerged as the top online platform for discovering what content is unique to every country, as well as where you can view that last episode of Peaky Blinders you keep meaning to finally sit down and watch.

The website is updated daily as content is added and removed from Netflix, and even goes so far as to include an IMDB rating and show description. uNoGS is particularly useful because Netflix doesn’t offer search functionality across its various regions. This makes sense considering the company’s recent efforts to curb the use of proxy applications.

Even if you aren’t interested in VPN/DNS region-jumping, uNoS gives an interesting look at what countries have the most Netflix content. To some extent, the top five regions in terms of available content likely aren’t what many people expected.

The United States holds the top position, followed by the Caribbean islands of Martinique, Guadeloupe, Aruba and the Caribbean Netherlands.

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  • Brad Fortin

    It’s always interesting to see how many films and shows are available in just about every country *except* Canada.

  • James P

    You’re right, I definitely would not have expected four Caribbean islands rounding out the top five.

  • Wilbour

    Kinda missed the boat on this article. Netflix is looking at shutting down any ISP that is not from your region (as stated in the article). Making this tool useful only if you intend to travel to another country. Keep in mind, Netflix has threatened this in the past but this time they claim they mean it!

    • Dexaw

      They started in Australia. I believe it took less than a day for uFlix (Australian region switching service) to get around it again. If that’s any indication then it’s just talk from Netflix and nothing will really change.

  • GPman

    Most content does not equal best. I rarely use USA Netflix. The best and newest movies are everywhere else.

    Going to be a sad day when it gets shut down. 🙁

    • LeTricolore

      I have the Canadian Netflix on my Roku and US netflix on my PS4. From what I remember, there are more TV shows that interest me on the US one and more movies that interest me on the Canadian one.

    • FlamesFan89

      That’s been my experience too, that the US has the better tv series offerings, but there seems to be better movies available in Canada. I have been surprised a few times at movies that were available in Canada and not in the US.

    • AJ

      That’s true and I believe has been like this since sometime now. More recent movies are available on Canadian Netflix as compared to US.

  • FlamesFan89

    flixlist(dot)co is another option for this, and it doesn’t seem to be having its servers hammered into oblivion right now like uNoGS is.

    • Dexaw

      I hadn’t seen that one, thanks for sharing. There’s also Moreflicks and FlixSearch for those looking for similar sites.

    • Ipse

      Flixsearch( dot) io îs another alternative.