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Genre Definitions

Genres help viewers know the stylistic format they can expect. We also use them in search, personalization, and categorization of content. Genres are specific to culture. When publishing in multiple locations, we recommend choosing genres appropriate for each translation.

Action

Fictional titles that feature a number of spectacular and/or destructive action sequences, in which a heroic character is pitted against a force or enemy of some kind, resulting in physical confrontations and challenges often with overwhelming odds against the hero.

  • Action – Comic   Action-based, fictional titles with an added comedic element. These types of titles usually involve the hero engaging in physical situations while spouting witty or clever dialogue.
  • Action – Crime   Fictional titles that contain a criminal element while still maintaining an action basis. Usually feature a law or police theme, with the hero (often a cop or detective) fighting against a criminal (often a serial killer or gangster) or organization of criminals, ending in a climax in which the hero must face off against the criminal in a physical altercation of some kind.
  • Action – Disaster   These fictional titles generally take place during, or immediately after, a disaster of some kind, most often an earthquake, tsunami, or volcanic eruption. The hero is often tasked with assisting others against the force (disaster) that has occurred.
  • Action – Espionage   Usually features a secret agent/spy as the hero who serves as a moral compass distinguishing good and evil. Fictional titles in this category may take place during any time period, but are most often set during the Cold War.
  • Action – Future   This subgenre features fictional titles set in the future, with an action-focused plot line. Typically overlaps with Science Fiction.
  • Action – Hong Kong   Fictional titles typically center on physical acrobatics, martial arts fight scenes, stylized gun play, and dangerous stunt work performed by leading stunt actors. In contrast, American action films focus on big explosions, car chases, CGI special effects, and stunt doubles. Genre often features well-known martial artists, such as Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee.
  • Action – Law Enforcement   Features fictional content that places a heavy emphasis on the role of police, military, or other law enforcement. Story line typically follows characters of the law, or has a plot that focuses heavily on law enforcement organizations. Must include action sequences that aid this story line.
  • Action – Martial Arts   Fictional titles in which the hero must use martial arts skills to engage an enemy in physical altercations. Fight sequences are often preceded by a journey—either physical or spiritual—in which the hero must learn to master their skills in order to vanquish their enemy.
  • Action – Romantic   Fictional action titles in which a romance features as a main story arc, usually with the hero ultimately having to fight their enemy to win over or rescue their love interest in some way.
  • Action – Superheroes   Fictional titles with main characters that typically have two identities: the first, an everyday person going about daily life, the second, an extraordinary individual with special powers, sometimes with origins on another planet. The assumption of the second identity is usually signaled through a change in outfit, usually into a brightly-colored costume of some kind. This individual (or in some cases, a group of individuals) are considered to be the moral compass in the fight against some kind of evil. This usually results in some kind of battle between the two in which the hero is ultimately victorious.
  • Action – Sword and Sandal   Originally used to refer to mainly Italian-made films from the 1950s and 1960s that attempted to imitate epics films from that time, this term is now used to refer to fictional historical titles in which the characters wear outfits typical of a specific time period, accompanied by the wearing of sandals. These period pieces most often take place in biblical times or bear a resemblance to biblical times, with famous examples including The Gladiator and The 300.
  • Action – War   This subgenre incorporates the traditional aspects of a fictional action title into a story line that revolves around war or wartime events. Typically contains action title staples like stunts, battles, and a hero, alongside more serious topics of war.

Adventure

Typically refers to fictional titles in which a hero/heroine is thrust out of their own world into a mission or quest. Concentrates on titles in which the primary focus is some kind of adventurous situation, usually at least partly taking place in an exotic location or locations. A characteristic of this genre involves the main characters traveling from one place to another throughout the storyline. Offers the viewers a certain amount of escapism through the journey, often with the ultimate goal of reuniting with a romantic interest or defeating a rival. Focuses around the themes of discovery and journey, and often includes action sequences within the plot.

  • Adventure – Comic   This subgenre combines comedic elements with a fictional adventure plot line. Humorous sides of difficult situations are often emphasized. The adventurous journey at the heart of the story isn’t as serious or intense as typical adventure titles—instead, the approach is more light-hearted.
  • Adventure – Romance   Fictional adventure titles in which a romance features as a main story arc, usually resulting in a climax in which the hero has to somehow fight their enemy to win over or rescue their love interest.

Animation

Although the word refers exclusively to animation, this genre includes all fictional titles in which the majority of the content is either animated, computer generated, or features puppets as main characters. May cover any genre, and includes content designed exclusively for kids as well as content designed for an older audience. Doesn't include titles that have only a scene or two of animation, or a single CGI animated character, but does include titles (like Who Framed Roger Rabbit?) where at least half of the main characters are animated.

  • Animation – Anime   A style of animation heavily associated with Japan, although the film itself doesn't necessarily have to originate there. Fictional titles that often features colorful graphics, vibrant characters, and fantastical themes. Characterized by a frequent use of stylized and exaggerated animations of sexuality, exaggerated physical features, complex plots, adult focuses (sometimes), violence, or bright and whimsical animals. Often set in a futuristic or fantastical setting and contains heavily features martial arts-based violence.
  • Animation – Fairy Tales   This fictional subgenre focuses on animated stories that depict fairy tales, defined as simple morality stories about magical creatures. Involves fantastical forces and beings (fairies, wizards, goblins, etc.) and often begins with improbable events, which ultimately lead to a happy ending for the main characters.
  • Animation – Science Fiction   Fictional animated titles with themes related to scientific technology and/or discovery, new planets, and other elements of a futuristic lifestyle.
  • Animation – Sitcom   Animated comedy series that follows around a consistent set of characters, depicts their lives, and displays their general comedic hijinks.

Arthouse

This genre encompasses films where the content and style—often artistic or experimental—adheres with as little compromise as possible to the filmmaker's personal artistic vision. The narrative is often told in social realism style with a focus on characters' contemplation of their existence or immediate concerns. Art house filmmakers commonly use a mix of lesser-known and amateur actors, modest production sets—typically using real-world locations—and no large stunts or special effects. The filmmakers may explore and develop new filmmaking conventions in their quest to realize their visions effectively on a limited budget.

Children

Content aimed specifically at children with lessons accessible for a younger audience. Often focuses on topics and themes meant to teach moral and life lessons, but in a delicate manner. Doesn't include any explicitly adult themes, is mild in violent and romantic suggestion, and almost always has a happy ending.

Comedy

Fictional titles in which virtually all scenes contain characters participating in humorous and/or comedic experiences. The comedy can be exclusively for the viewer at the expense of the characters, or be shared with them. Keep in mind that many titles have comedic elements, but aren't considered comedies. Those titles shouldn't be included in this genre.

  • Comedy – Animation   Fictional titles featuring primarily animated content, in which the main purpose is to provide humorous scenes and situations for its audience.
  • Comedy – British   British produced, directed, and acted fictional titles with a comedic story line or containing mainly comedic elements. Although not required, most titles in this category are similarly stylized: Quirky characters, plots and settings, as well as dry and subtle humor, often combined with satire.  
  • Comedy – Dark   Fictional titles focused on a parody or satirical story that is based on tragic or taboo subjects. These can include death, murder, suicide, illicit drugs, and war.
  • Comedy – Family Life   Fictional titles in this sub genre focus on the comedic components of everyday family life.
  • Comedy – Farce   Fictional titles that make use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues. Often include ridiculous satirical situations.
  • Comedy – Mockumentary   Imitation-style fictional titles featuring a specific artist, writer, or genre deliberately exaggerated for comedic effect. In contrast to real documentaries, the actions and testimonies of participants in these titles aren't intended to be factual.
  • Comedy – Parody   Imitation-style fictional titles focusing on a specific artist, writer, or theme, with deliberate exaggeration intended to produce a comedic effect.
  • Comedy – Romance   Fictional titles in this sub genre feature a romance, usually between two of the lead characters. The romantic couple often find themselves in comedic situations, or use humor as a communication tool.
  • Comedy – Satire   Fictional titles that make use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues.
  • Comedy – Screwball   This sub genre focuses on fictional titles in which a female lead dominates the relationship with the male central character, challenging his masculinity. The two engage in a humorous battle of the sexes. Other elements featured include fast-paced repartee, farcical situations, escapist themes, and plot lines involving courtship and marriage.
  • Comedy – Sitcom   A fictional, situational comedy. Features characters sharing the same common environment, such as a home or workplace, with often humorous dialogue. Typically formulaic.
  • Comedy – Sketch   Features a short comedy skit, or series or skits, often showcasing famous or well-known comedians.
  • Comedy – Slapstick   Titles in this sub genre are fictional comedies based on deliberately clumsy actions and humorously embarrassing events. "A knee slapper."
  • Comedy – Sports   Fictional comedies that center around a sport. The characters in these titles are often (but, not always) professionals in their sports. Content is meant to be humorous and sometimes over-the-top to elicit a positive reaction from their audience.
  • Comedy – Stand-up   Features comedians in front of an audience delivering rehearsed material for comedic relief.
  • Comedy – Teen   Fictional titles in this sub genre feature story lines involving teens, and are often set in a high school or feature a high school as a main element of the story. Students, teachers, and school-characters provide additional comedic relief.

Drama

Serious, plot-driven, and narrative focused fictional titles. Typically portrays realistic characters, settings, life situations, and stories involving intense character development and interaction. Usually doesn't rely heavily on special effects or action.

  • Drama – Biographical   Incorporates dramatic elements into a fictionalized biographical title. Specifically chronicle the life of a person or a group of people. Biography films attempt to show a comprehensive and accurate picture of the specific subject, thus they tend to be serious and intense.
  • Drama – Coming of Age   This fictional subgenre focuses on the growth of a protagonist from youth to adulthood ("coming of age"). Main plot points tend to emphasize dialogue or internal monologue over action, and are often set in the past. The subjects of coming-of-age stories are typically teenagers. Focuses on the protagonist's psychological and moral growth.
  • Drama – Courtroom   Fictional titles in this category use the justice system as a main component of the plot. Story lines typically take place inside a courtroom with the prosecutor, judge, jury, and defense attorney featured as main characters. Tension plays a large part in courtroom dramas as the verdict can often mean life or death for the accused.
  • Drama – Crime   Fictional titles that feature main story lines related to a dramatic element of crime or something criminal. Generally feature elements that are primarily distinct from those two genres, such as police, judge and jury, serial killers, and forensic science.
  • Drama – Espionage   Suspenseful, fictional titles with a focus on spies and secret agencies. Usually feature a secret agent/spy as the hero who serves as a moral compass that separates good from bad. Titles in this category may take place during any time period, but are often set during the Cold War, with a focus on the more anticipative, thrilling, and dramatic assignments given to the main character.
  • Drama – Family Life   Fictional titles in this subgenre must be about the drama surrounding a family or family unit. Doesn't include dramas intended for viewing by a family audience. Often includes topics like divorce, death, or the families we create versus the families that we are born into.
  • Drama – Historical   Fictionalized titles with a serious, narrative-driven plot that revolves around some kind of historic event or period of time. Titles in this subgenre sometimes overlap with war-themed films, or have topics that relate to the effects and aftermath of war.
  • Drama – Medical   This fictional subgenre focuses on the medical profession and related dramatic elements. Primarily located in a hospital, with a plot that focuses either on the relationships between medical professionals or their patients.
  • Drama – Political   Dramatic, fictionalized titles with a focus on politics, politicians and, typically, a political power struggle. May be based on real-life events or people, or may depict a fictional individual or situation. Often involves someone trying to rise to political power with opponents trying to stop that person, resulting in serious, dramatic situations.
  • Drama – Religious   Dramatic, fictionalized titles featuring a plot line focused mostly on religion, faith, or spirituality of some kind, regardless of the particular type of religion.
  • Drama – Romantic   Fictional titles in which a main element of the story is romantic in nature, set against a background of drama. Often requires the hero character to go through a series of dramatic trials with their love interest, or to win back their love interest.  
  • Drama – Sports   Incorporates sports elements into a dramatic, fictional story line. Tend to examine the gritty, intense aspects of the sporting world, with more dramatic elements that often examine the rise and fall of the particular subject. Some films are aimed at family viewing, but in general these dramas require critical thinking and a mature perspective in order to carry out their intended effect.
  • Drama – Supernatural   Fictional titles in this category possess some of the same elements as horror, in that a ghost, devil, demon or some type of evil entity looking to cause harm to the main characters usually features prominently in the story line. However, instead of focusing on the supernatural elements, content in this category focuses on how these things shape the interpersonal relationships of the characters.

Epic

A category reserved for grander fictional titles. Titles in this category typically feature big budgets, gorgeous scenery, a deep and moving plot, exquisite costuming, etc. Generally reserved for older, more established films. Usually told like a story, lasting two hours or longer.

Faith and Spirituality

Faith and Spirituality – Titles in this genres should feature content in which faith, spirituality, or religion plays a main role. Type of religion isn't important, and titles featured could include spiritual meditation or Christian dramas, but wouldn't include conspiracy theories or science fiction/fantasy titles.

  • Faith and Spirituality – Christianity   This genre includes content that is in line with the teachings of, and prominently features, the Christian faith. The religion of Christianity is based on the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, and his beliefs and practices. Content should include strong faith-based storylines of the Christian faith, or informative titles outlining information about the faith.
  • Faith and Spirituality – Judaism   This genre includes content that is in line with the teachings of, and prominently features, the Jewish faith. Judaism is a monotheistic religion that has its ethical, ceremonial, and legal foundation in the Old Testament and the Talmud. Content should include strong faith-based storylines of the Jewish faith, or informative titles outlining information about the faith.
  • Faith and Spirituality – Buddhism   This genre includes content that is in line with the teachings of, and prominently features, the Buddhist faith. Buddhism is a religion of eastern and central Asia, based off of the teaching of Gautama Buddha who said that suffering is inherent in life and that one can be liberated from it by mental and moral self-purification. Content should include strong faith-based storylines of the Buddhist faith, or informative titles outlining information about the faith.
  • Faith and Spirituality – Islam   This genre includes content that is in line with the teachings of, and prominently features, the Muslim faith. Islam is a monotheistic faith that regards Muhammad to be the Prophet of Allah. Content should include strong faith-based storylines of the Muslim faith, or informative titles outlining information about the faith.
  • Faith and Spirituality – Hinduism   This genre includes content that is in line with the teachings of, and prominently features, the Hindu faith. Hinduism is the dominant religion of India, and is characterized by the worship of multiple deities, the recognition of Brahma as a supreme being, and a belief in reincarnation. Content should include strong faith-based storylines of the Hindu faith, or informative titles outlining information about the faith.
  • Faith and Spirituality – New Age   This genre includes content that is in line with the teachings of, and prominently features, the New Age faith. New Age is a term applied to a range of spiritual or religious beliefs and practices that developed in Western nations during the 1970s. Content should include strong faith-based storylines of the New Age faith, or informative titles outlining information about the faith.

Family

Content aimed at children and families, with lessons accessible for a younger audience. Often focuses on topics and themes meant to teach moral and life lessons, but in a delicate manner. Doesn't include any explicitly adult themes, is mild in violent and romantic suggestion, and almost always has a happy ending.

Fantasy

Should contain numerous consecutive scenes of characters portrayed to tell a magical and/or mystical story throughout the title. Distinct from Sci-Fi, which isn't usually based in magic or mysticism, and from Horror, which is intended to be primarily frightening or gruesome, though there will be some overlap between the three. Superhero titles generally don't belong in this genre.

Fitness

These titles are non-fiction, have no narrative, and are typically informative or instructive. Necessarily, they focus on diet, exercise, or some other aspect of health. They may also focus on a special area of health, like pregnancy. Generally reality shows shouldn't appear here, but the occasional reality show or documentary that really relates to Exercise and Fitness is acceptable.

  • Fitness – Advanced   All titles in this subgenre should be nonfiction, instructional and informative with a focus on health, rather than a story narrative. Advanced Exercise and Fitness Videos consist of a trainer actively demonstrating and performing the intended exercise/fitness activity in front of the camera. The trainer is providing guidance and encouragement for the viewer at home who is following the moves on screen. The activity in these videos is more physically strenuous and performed by an expert in said practice/discipline. Advanced Exercise and Fitness is a self-assessed term as defined by each individual. Typically, this requires a higher level of experience, discipline, and athletic training on the part of the viewer. Often the word "advanced" can be found in the titles of the video.
  • Fitness – Barre   All titles in this subgenre should be nonfiction, instructional and informative, with a focus on health rather than a story narrative. Consists of a trainer actively demonstrating and performing the intended exercise/fitness activity in front of the camera. The trainer is providing guidance and encouragement for the viewer at home who is following the moves on screen. Focuses on barre, which combines Pilates, yoga and ballet moves to give you sculpted and lean muscles.
  • Fitness – Beginner   All titles in this subgenre should be nonfiction, instructional and informative, with a focus on health rather than a story narrative. Beginner Exercise and Fitness Videos consist of a trainer actively demonstrating and performing the intended exercise/fitness activity in front of the camera. The trainer is providing guidance and encouragement for the viewer at home who is following the moves on screen. The activity in these videos is considered "easy" in degree of difficulty as assessed by the individual viewer. The content of the video is designed for viewers at all stages of physical fitness, and for someone who has never tried that particular exercise. These courses are designed to be introductory, and to teach the fundamentals of said practice. Often the word "beginner" can be found somewhere in the title of the video.
  • Fitness – Cardio – All titles in this subgenre should be fictional, instructional and informative with a focus on health, rather than a story narrative. Consists of a trainer actively demonstrating and performing the intended exercise/fitness activity in front of the camera. The trainer is providing guidance and encouragement for the viewer at home who is following the moves on screen. Subject of title must be cardio, an exercise designed to raise your heart rate.
  • Fitness – Dance   All titles in this subgenre should be fictional, instructional and informative with a focus on health, rather than a story narrative. Titles in this subgenre are meant to raise the viewer's heart rate (cardio). Choreography or routines meant to be replicated at home by the viewer. Typically has some kind of dance-along theme.
  • Fitness – Intermediate   All titles in this subgenre should be nonfiction, instructional, and informative, with a focus on health rather than a story narrative. Intermediate Exercise and Fitness Videos consist of a trainer actively demonstrating and performing the intended exercise/fitness activity in front of the camera. The trainer is providing guidance and encouragement for the viewer at home who is following the onscreen moves. The activity in these videos is considered of "medium" difficulty as assessed by the individual viewer. The fitness activity is more challenging than a "beginner" course, but less strenuous than an "advanced" fitness video. Often the word "intermediate" can be found somewhere in the title of the video.
  • Fitness – Interval Training   All titles in this subgenre should be nonfiction, instructional, and informative, with a focus on health rather than a story narrative. Interval Training Exercise and Fitness Videos consist of a trainer actively demonstrating and performing the intended exercise/fitness activity in front of the camera. The trainer is providing guidance and encouragement for the viewer at home who is following the moves on screen. Must involve physical training with a series of low- to high-intensity exercise workouts interspersed with rest or relief periods. The high-intensity periods typically involve aerobic exercise, while the recovery periods involve activity of lower intensity. Often the word "interval" can be found somewhere in the title of the video. Interval training videos can range in difficulty level from beginner to advanced.
  • Fitness - Martial arts and Boxing   All titles in this subgenre should be nonfiction, instructional, and informative, with a focus on health rather than a story narrative. Consists of a trainer actively demonstrating and performing the intended exercise/fitness activity in front of the camera. The trainer is providing guidance and encouragement for the viewer at home who is following the moves on screen. Titles focus on some aspect of martial arts or boxing, including self-defense.
  • Fitness – Pilates   All titles in this subgenre should be nonfiction, instructional and informative with a focus on health, rather than a story narrative. Consists of a trainer actively demonstrating and performing the intended exercise/fitness activity in front of the camera. The trainer is providing guidance and encouragement for the viewer at home who is following the onscreen moves. All titles focus on Pilates, which is the art of controlled movements. Pilates is designed to improve flexibility, builds strength and develop control and endurance. It puts emphasis on alignment, breathing, developing a strong core, and improving coordination and balance.
  • Fitness – Strength   All titles in this subgenre should be nonfiction, instructional, and informative with a focus on health, rather than a story narrative. Consists of a trainer actively demonstrating and performing the intended exercise/fitness activity in front of the camera. The trainer is providing guidance and encouragement for the viewer at home who is following the onscreen moves. All titles focus on strength training, which is a type of physical exercise specializing in the use of resistance to induce muscular contraction, designed to build strength, anaerobic endurance, and muscle size.
  • Fitness – Stretch   All titles in this subgenre should be nonfiction, instructional and informative with a focus on health, rather than a story narrative. Consists of a trainer actively demonstrating and performing the intended exercise/fitness activity in front of the camera. The trainer is providing guidance and encouragement for the viewer at home who is following the moves on screen. All titles focus on stretching, which is a form of physical exercise in which a specific muscle, tendon, or muscle group is deliberately flexed or stretched in order to improve the muscle's felt elasticity and achieve comfortable muscle tone.
  • Fitness – Yoga   All titles in this subgenre should be nonfiction, instructional and informative with a focus on health, rather than a story narrative. Consists of a trainer actively demonstrating and performing the intended exercise/fitness activity in front of the camera. The trainer is providing guidance and encouragement for the viewer at home who is following the moves on screen. All titles in this subgenre focus specifically on the exercise technique of yoga.

Food and Wine

Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where food, cooking, wine, and/or drinking is the main featured topic. Chefs, travel experts and food enthusiasts are often the presenters and sometimes the focus of the show.

  • Food and Wine – Baking   Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where baking is the main featured topic. Especially focuses on, but isn't limited to, instructional methods in the art of baking.
  • Food and Wine – Barbecuing & Grilling   Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where the cooking methods of barbequing and/or grilling are the main featured topics. The generally accepted differences between barbecuing and grilling are cooking duration and the types of heat used. Grilling is generally done quickly over moderate-to-high direct heat that produces little smoke, while barbecuing is done slowly over low, indirect heat and the food is flavored by the smoking process.
  • Food and Wine – Beverages   Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where beverages are the main featured topic. Typical beverages featured include tea, coffee, wine, beer, and spirits.
  • Food and Wine – Beverages – Beer   Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where beer is the main featured topic. Beer is defined as an alcoholic drink made from yeast-fermented malt, flavored with hops.
  • Food and Wine – Beverages – Wine   Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where wine is the main featured topic. Wine is defined as an alcoholic drink made from fermented grape juice.
  • Food and Wine – Beverages – Cocktails & Spirits   Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where cocktails and spirits are the main featured topic. A spirit is defined as distilled ethanol, while a cocktail is generally defined as spirits mixed with non-alcoholic substances to create a new alcoholic beverage.
  • Food and Wine – Beverages – Coffee & Tea   Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where coffee and tea are the main featured topic. Tea is defined as a hot beverage that is prepared by infusing or brewing/boiling tea leaves and other plants. Coffee is defined as a brewed drink prepared from roasted coffee beans, which are the seeds of berries from the Coffea plant.
  • Food and Wine – Breakfast & Brunch   Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where brunch and/or breakfast are the main featured topic. Breakfast is typically defined as the first meal of the day, designed to give you a boost of energy to complete your day. Brunch is defined as a combination of breakfast and lunch, generally eaten during the late morning. The word’ brunch’ is a portmanteau of breakfast and lunch.
  • Food and Wine – Cooking Instructions   Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where cooking is the main featured topic. Focuses on instructional methods in the art of cooking. Content must revolve around cooking or preparing a dish, detailing the instructions on how to do so.
  • Food and Wine – Desserts & Sweets   Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where desserts and sweets are the main featured topics. Dessert is defined as a smaller meal, usually served immediately after dinner, featuring sweet snacks. Sweets are defined as confections that feature sugar as the principle ingredient.
  • Food and Wine – Healthy Cooking   Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where the focus is on healthy cooking. Healthy cooking is defined as any cooking in which the nutritional value of the food is given greater importance than everything else.
  • Food and Wine – International   Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where the focus is on international cuisine. Featured content must not include food typical of the marketplace country.
  • Food and Wine – Lunch and Dinner   Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where the focus is on all food typically served at lunch and dinner. Lunch is defined as a midday meal, while dinner is defined as an evening meal.
  • Food and Wine – Seasonal Cooking   Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where the focus is on seasonal cooking, or foods associated with a particular season of the year. Holiday cooking titles would also be included here.
  • Food and Wine – Snacks   Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where the focus is on snacks. Snacks are defined as any small amount of food typically eaten between meals.
  • Food and Wine – Vegetarian & Vegan Cooking   Titles in this category must be nonfiction, and are typically limited to cooking and travel shows where the focus is on all types of vegetarian and vegan foods. Vegetarian food must involve no meat (including fish and poultry), and vegan food must involve no animal products including meat, dairy, eggs, or honey.

Holiday

This genre features fictional titles in which the plot directly relates to a major and widely celebrated holiday, such as Christmas or Halloween.

Horror

Refers to fictional titles that are designed to frighten and/or amuse the audience at the horror experienced by the characters. Typically includes an impending fatal force that may or may not be supernatural. Distinct from thrillers based on the intention to evoke fear rather than suspense. Use of classic horror tropes or characters (ghosts, vampires, gore, serial killers, etc.) doesn't guarantee inclusion in the genre.

  • Horror – Body Horror   Refers to fictional titles in which the horror is principally derived from the graphic destruction or degeneration of the body. These titles often deal with decay, disease, parasitism, and self-mutilation. Body Horror may also deal with unnatural movements of the body or anatomically incorrect placement of limbs/organs to create "monsters" from human body parts.
  • Horror – Classic   Refers to fictional horror titles, generally films, released at least 30 years ago. Titles in this subgenre set the precedence for horror films today, and are universally lauded for their artistic attributes and their genre-defining characteristics.
  • Horror – Comedy   Features fictional horror content that has woven a comedic aspect into a relatively scary plot line. Unlike most horror titles, these titles are meant to make light of a serious or tense situation to allow the audience to laugh out their fear.
  • Horror – Creature-Feature   Titles in this category are typically classic fictional horror titles from the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s, such as Dracula, Frankenstein, and King Kong. Also includes more modern remakes of these, as well as movies that were clearly influenced by the classics.
  • Horror – Documentary   Refers to titles in which all or a substantial part of a fictional film is presented as if it were discovered film or video recordings of previous horrific events. Subgenre is often marketed or presented as if the "documented" events actually took place. This isn't the category for reality/unscripted series that deal with the paranormal.
  • Horror – Extreme   While most fictional horror titles have some amount of violence or gore, Extreme Horror titles tend to push the boundaries of  "good taste" and/or cultural acceptance. These titles are often hyper-violent and proudly display the results of that violence in a direct and graphic manner.
  • Horror – Gothic Horror   Typically found in the realm of horror classics, such as Count Dracula and Frankenstein’s Monster. Gothic Horror titles are fictional, usually set in the past and nearly always feature great Gothic castles or Victorian manor-homes. In addition, Gothic Horror titles often contain some amount of romance or romantic struggle between characters.
  • Horror – Haunted Houses   Refers to fictional titles where the source of horror is a haunted house or singular location in which frightening and unexplained events are taking place. Narratives in which the previous, usually deceased, residents of the primary location harass the current residents are typical fare for this genre.
  • Horror – Monsters   Features fictional content in which the villain or antagonist is a monster or monster-like creature of some kind, whose intent is to frighten its audience. Doesn't include titles featuring a supernatural antagonist.
  • Horror – Paranormal   Refers to fictional horror titles that feature paranormal events as the primary driver for the plot. Paranormal events/beings are generally beyond normal experience or scientific explanation. Common paranormal subjects include ghosts, psychic abilities, or animals/plants whose existence haven't been documented by the scientific community. Examples include Bigfoot, Yetis, and Chupacabras.
  • Horror – Psychological Thrillers   These fictional titles seek to create a high level of suspense by playing on the natural fears and concerns of the viewer. This is usually accomplished by the subtle suggestion of frightening things that could happen, rather than overt, on-screen display of horrific events or "jump scares." Often, these titles will refrain from ever actually showing the "scary thing," and may even go so far as to imply that it’s entirely in the protagonist’s head.
  • Horror – Slashers   Features fictional content that revolves around a psychopathic killer, who generally stalks and murders his victims in extremely violent and memorable ways. Set apart from other titles in the horror genre by the high level of violence and gore featured. Titles in this subgenre will typically devote more screen time to portray murder and mayhem than a traditional horror title.
  • Horror – Supernatural   Features fictional titles with plot lines focused on ghosts, demons, or other depictions of supernatural occurrences. Often combines elements of religion into the plot. Common themes include the afterlife, the devil, and demonic possession.
  • Horror – Survival Horror   Fictional titles in which a person or group finds themselves in a life-or-death situation that they must struggle through to survive. Common scenarios include captured/trapped characters that must escape their situation or die, or characters caught within larger terrifying events, such as a zombie apocalypse.
  • Horror – Teen   Refers to fictional horror titles centered around teen protagonists. Typically the primary characters are of high school or early-college age. A common theme for these titles is a group of teens pursued by a deranged killer or monster.
  • Horror – Vampires   Fictional content in this subgenre should focus primarily on the mythical "Vampire" and its interactions with humans and the world at large. Includes both period pieces and titles that take place in the present-day.
  • Horror – Zombies   Fictional content in this subgenre should focus specifically on this fictional undead character – a reanimated human body – and its interactions with humans and the world at large. Typically features scenarios in which much of the world’s population has been turned into zombies, but also includes comedic titles that focus on the more humanizing personality traits of zombies.

LGBT

These fictional titles largely focus on non-heteronormative themes and/or characters. Merely having a queer character or isolated references to LGBT issues isn't sufficient for inclusion in this genre. Titles that reference LGBT themes frequently, but do so in a disparaging fashion, also don't qualify.

Military

These titles should primarily feature characters that are involved in the military and/or deal with war as the primary driver of conflict and action in the narrative. This category is inclusive of wars both fictional and real, but titles set around fictional wars should echo themes from reality. While these titles are often combined with another genre (science fiction, drama, action, etc), titles set in and around war that don't deal with war directly should not be included. Doesn't include documentaries and other nonfiction titles.

  • Military – Action   Fictional titles that take place in a wartime setting with story aspects focusing on spectacular/destructive action sequences.
  • Military – Dramatic   War-themed fictional titles that focus on a serious, plot-driven, or narrative aspect of the storyline. Often focuses on intense character development in war or war-related situations.

Mind and Body

Nonfiction titles with content that deals directly with the health of the mind and body. Titles will generally focus on thoughts, feelings, beliefs, attitudes, and other areas of the mind, and the ways that they can positively or negatively affect our biological functions.

  • Mind and Body – Meditation   Nonfiction titles with content that deals directly with the health of the mind and body, specifically focusing on meditation. Meditation is defined as engaging in mental exercise (such as concentration on one's breathing or repetition of a mantra) for the purpose of reaching a heightened level of spiritual awareness.
  • Mind and Body – Spirituality   Nonfiction titles with content that deals directly with the health of the mind and body, especially as it pertains to a sense of connection to something bigger than ourselves. Titles will typically involve a search for meaning in life.

Music Video

Nonfiction titles, primarily those that show musicians, musical groups, opera, or musicals in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. May also include ‘behind the scenes’ style footage, as long as they are focused on a musician, musical group, singer, musical theater performer, or someone important to a particular musical genre, musician, or group. Doesn't include fiction titles that feature musical numbers or concert scenes.

  • Music Video – Alternative   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. Features alternative music, a genre of rock music that emerged from the independent music underground of the 1980s and became widely popular in the 1990s and 2000s. The word "alternative" refers to the genre's distinction from mainstream rock music, especially relating to its origins.
  • Music Video – Blues   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. Features blues music, which has its roots in both traditional African music and European American folk music. Blues incorporated spirituals, work songs, field hollers, shouts, and chants, and rhymed simple narrative ballads. The blues form, ubiquitous in jazz, rhythm and blues and rock and roll, is characterized by the call-and-response pattern, the blues scale and specific chord progressions, of which the twelve-bar blues is the most common.
  • Music Videos – Christian and Gospel   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. Features Christian and gospel music, which is generally characterized by dominant vocals (often with strong use of harmony) referencing lyrics of a Christian nature. Subgenres include contemporary gospel, urban contemporary gospel, Southern gospel, and modern gospel music. Several forms of gospel music utilize choirs, use piano or Hammond organ, tambourines, drums, bass guitar and, increasingly, electric guitar. In comparison with hymns, which are generally of a statelier measure, gospel is expected to have a refrain and often a more syncopated rhythm.
  • Music Video – Classic Rock   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. Features classic rock, a radio format with music ranging generally from the late 1960s to the late 1980s, primarily focusing on commercially successful hard rock popularized in the 1970s.
  • Music Video – Classical   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. Primarily features music written in the European tradition, from 1750–1830. Includes such standard forms as symphony, concerto, and sonata.
  • Music Video – Country   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. Features country music, which has roots in the southeastern genre of American folk music and Western music. Often consists of ballads and dance tunes with generally simple forms and harmonies accompanied by mostly string instruments such as banjos, electric and acoustic guitars, dobros, and fiddles, as well as harmonicas.
  • Music Video – Dance and Electronic   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. Feature dance and electronic music, defined as a broad range of percussive electronic music genres produced largely for nightclubs, raves, and festivals.
  • Music Video – Folk   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. Features folk music, a wide genre that is used to refer to any traditional type of music from any country.
  • Music Video – Hip Hop   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. Features hip hop music, a stylized rhythmic music that commonly accompanies rapping. Characterized by four distinct elements, all of which represent the different manifestations of the culture: rap music (oral), turntablism or DJing (aural), b-boying (physical) and graffiti art (visual); these elements may be found in the music videos in this genre.
  • Music Video – Jazz   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. Features jazz music, a music genre that makes heavy use of improvisation, polyrhythms, syncopation and the swing note, as well as aspects of European harmony, American popular music, the brass band tradition, African musical elements such as blue notes, and African-American styles such as ragtime.
  • Music Video – Latin   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video, performing music originating from Latin America and Spain, and occasionally Portugal.
  • Music Video – Metal   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. Although typically considered a subset of rock music, this music genre has a sound distinctive from rock, which typically includes more distortion, extended guitar solos, dynamic beats and an overall higher volume. It is often considered a more aggressive music style, typified by a heavy use of aggressive vocals, distorted electric guitars, bass guitar, drums, and often accompanied with pianos and keyboards.
  • Music Video – New Age   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. Features new age music, a style of chiefly instrumental music characterized by light melodic harmonies, improvisation, and sounds reproduced from the natural world, intended to promote serenity.
  • Music Video – Opera   Nonfiction titles – featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video, all focusing on a type of music normally performed on stage. Opera music generally focuses on telling a story—usually of a dramatic nature - through its lyrics, and normally includes the accompaniment of an entire orchestra, in addition to a singer or singers.
  • Music Video – Pop   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video, all featuring this highly-diverse musical category, aimed towards a youthful audience, with elements of a lighter version of rock and roll. Music in this category tends to be light and uplifting, with a catchy beat, and easily digestible. Identifying factors include the common employment of repeated choruses, melodic tunes, and hooks.
  • Music Video – Reggae   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. A music genre originating from 1906s Jamaica, Reggae is often associated with Jamaican diaspora and is influenced by traditional Calypso and Mento music, as well as American jazz, and rhythm and blues. Recognizable through its staccato, offbeat rhythm, with a bass guitar featured in a dominant role.
  • Music Video – Rock   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. This genre originates from ‘rock and roll’ but also varies into different ranges and styles within the broader category. It is heavily influenced by blues, rhythm and blues, country music, electric blues, folk, jazz, classical and other musical sources. Includes subgenres of music like alternative rock, grunge, Britpop and indie pop.
  • Music Video – Soul   Nonfiction titles featuring musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. Soul music combines elements of African-American gospel music, rhythm and blues, and jazz. Catchy rhythms, stressed by handclaps and extemporaneous body movements, are an important feature of the genre. Other characteristics are a call and response between the soloist and the chorus, and an especially tense vocal sound. The style also occasionally uses improvisational additions, twirls and auxiliary sounds. Soul music reflects the African-American identity, stressing the importance of the culture.
  • Music Video – World Music   Nonfiction titles featuring international musicians or musical groups in concert, on stage, or performing in a video. Featured content must not include music typical of the marketplace country.

Musicals

Fictional titles with plots that feature significant, full-scale musical numbers integrated with non-music scenes, with the intention of furthering the title's narrative. These musical numbers often break from the style of the title, are primarily original music, and generally play the entire length of the song. Includes live performances of musicals. Doesn't include music videos, concerts, or music documentaries and only includes titles based around music or musical artists if the above requirements are met.

  • Musicals – Comic   Fictional titles that incorporate comedic relief and jokes amidst storylines that feature significant, full-scale musical numbers, with the intention of furthering the title’s narrative.
  • Musicals – Dramatic   Fictional titles in this subgenre have strong elements of character development and more complex plot lines woven into a larger narrative that features significant full-scale musical numbers, with the intention of furthering the title’s narrative.

Mystery

Fictional titles in this genre are typified by storylines that focus on the search for a hidden explanation of events that take place in the title. Usually revolves around the solution of a problem or a crime, as seen from the focal point of a detective or investigator, who is often the story’s main character.

  • Mystery – Comic   Fictional titles in this genre are typified by storylines that focus on the search for a hidden explanation of events that take place in the title. This search is either presented from a comedic standpoint, or overlying comedic elements are woven into the overarching tone of the story.
  • Mystery – Courtroom   This fictional subgenre features some component of the justice system against a mystery backdrop. Typically focusing on the search for a hidden explanation of events that take place in the title. These titles usually at least partly take place inside a courtroom. Characters featured often include a prosecutor, judge, jury, and defense.
  • Mystery – Crime   The plot of these fictional titles should focus on the understanding/solving of a crime that occurred under mysterious circumstances. Murder, theft, and abduction are common themes in these titles, which may or may not include characters in law enforcement. Please note that it’s possible there are criminal acts taking place in a Mystery title, but if those criminal acts are obviously or quickly explained, it shouldn't be included in this subgenre.
  • Mystery – Film Noir   This fictional subgenre focuses on the distinct, stylistic type of mystery that was popular throughout the 1940s and 1950s. Characterized by a black-and-white visual style and stark lighting effects. The main character is usually a cynical hero. Relies on a narrative voice and various flashbacks to explain an intricate plot. Titles that aren't from the time period associated with Film Noir must be faithful to the features that define the term.
  • Mystery – Procedural   Fictional titles in this genre are typified by storylines that focus on the search for a hidden explanation of events that take place in the exposition of the title. This search is presented from the point of view of the police, in their search to solve a mystery, generally a crime of some kind.

News

Current event-based, non-fiction programs meant to inform (or influence) public opinion on local, global, political, and/or current events.

Nonfiction

Titles in this category must strive to have a factual focus. Should be primarily composed of scenes featuring real people and not characters portrayed by actors, though segments of reenactment may be featured. Content may present atypical, or even controversial viewpoints, as long as the creator has the genuine belief that the views being presented are truthful and factual.

  • Nonfiction – Architecture   Factually-focused titles based around architecture and architectural design. Titles in this subgenre are often focused on the history of architecture, or how-to architectural guides for viewers.
  • Nonfiction – Automotive   Factually-focused titles based around any type of automotive, especially cars and motorcycles. May focus on the industry behind the automotive, or the automotive itself, and often features either an historical or how-to slant.
  • Nonfiction – Beauty and Fashion   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to beauty and/or fashion. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries. Typical topics include tutorials, how-to guides, and historically-focused themes.
  • Nonfiction – Beauty and Fashion   Fashion Design - Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to fashion design. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Beauty and Fashion – Fashion Shows   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to fashion shows. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Beauty and Fashion – Hair Care   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to hair care. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries. Titles typically focus on, but aren't limited to, hair care tutorials.
  • Nonfiction – Beauty and Fashion – Makeup   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to makeup. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries. Titles typically focus on, but aren't limited to, makeup tutorials.
  • Nonfiction – Beauty and Fashion – Men’s Fashion   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to men’s fashion. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Beauty and Fashion – Perfumes & Fragrances   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to Perfumes and/or fragrances. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Beauty and Fashion – Shopping & Accessorizing   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to shopping and/or accessorizing. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Beauty and Fashion – Skin Care   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to skin care. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Titles typically focus on, but aren't limited to, skin care tutorials.
  • Nonfiction – Beauty and Fashion – Wardrobe Advice   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to clothing and wardrobe. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Titles typically focus on, but aren't limited to, wardrobe advice tutorials.
  • Nonfiction – Business and Finance   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to business, finance, and the business world. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Titles typically feature such storylines as how-to guides on running your own business, as well as documentaries about big businesses and scandals.
  • Nonfiction – Business and Finance – Personal Finance   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to personal finance. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Titles typically focus on, but aren't limited to, personal finance tutorials.
  • Nonfiction – Careers and Jobs   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to careers and jobs. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Titles typically focus on, but aren't limited to, tutorials on career and job growth.
  • Nonfiction – Computers   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to computers. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Computers – Information Technology   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to the study or use of computer systems for storing, retrieving, and sending information. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Computers – Networking & Security   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to computer networking and security. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Computers – Programming   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to computer programming. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Computers – Software Development   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to software development in relation to computers. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Computer – Web   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to the internet, specifically as it relates to computers. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Crafts   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to crafts. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Typically features titles that involve instruction towards completing a certain skill-based craft, such as knitting or woodwork.
  • Nonfiction – Crime   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to crime. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Titles in this subgenre typically focus on well-known crimes and the events leading up to them.
  • Nonfiction – Documentary   Factually-focused titles based around any topic presented in documentary form and style. Must be based on, or recreating an actual period, era, life story, etc. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Educational   Factually-focused titles based around commonly-accepted educational themes, such as math and science. May be aimed towards children or adults. Doesn't include the teaching of controversial/religious subjects. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Educational   Early Childhood Education – Factually-focused titles based around commonly-accepted educational themes, specifically designed to be easily understood and digested by young children. Doesn't include the teaching of controversial/religious subjects. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Educational   Higher Education – Factually-focused titles based around commonly-accepted educational themes, specifically focused on college-level subjects and higher. Doesn't include the teaching of controversial/religious subjects. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Educational   Primary & Secondary Education – Factually-focused titles based around commonly-accepted educational themes, specifically focused on primary and secondary education (Elementary, Middle, and High School in the US). Doesn't include the teaching of controversial/religious subjects. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Educational – Professional & Career Development   Factually-focused titles based around commonly-accepted educational themes, specifically focused on adult professional and career development. Doesn't include the teaching of controversial/religious subjects. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Educational – Study Aids and Test Prep   Factually-focused titles based around commonly-accepted educational themes, specifically focused on studying and test assistance/prep. May cover any subject, for any grade or age level. Doesn't include the teaching of controversial/religious subjects. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Educational – Teachers’ Guides   Factually-focused titles based around commonly-accepted educational themes, specifically focused on providing a how-to guide for teachers. Includes teachers of any grade/age level/subject. Doesn't include the teaching of controversial/religious subjects. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Educational   Training & Certification – Factually-focused titles based around commonly-accepted educational themes, specifically focused on training and certification for adults. Includes all topics/types of training and certifications. Doesn't include the teaching of controversial/religious subjects. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Engineering   Factually-focused titles based around topics related to engineering, the branch of science and technology concerned with the design, building, and use of engines, machines, and structures. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Entertainment – Movies & Filmmaking   Factually-focused titles based around topics related to the entertainment industry, specifically focused on movies and filmmaking.
  • Nonfiction – Entertainment – TV   Factually-focused titles based around topics related to the entertainment industry, specifically focused on TV shows.
  • Nonfiction – Faith and Spirituality   Factually-focused titles based around topics featuring content in which faith, spirituality, or religion is the main focal point. Includes all types of religions. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Games   Factually-focused titles based around all types of games, excluding video games. Often features, but isn't limited to, instructional guides to different types of games. Includes documentaries. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Health   Factually-focused titles based around commonly-accepted themes and topics of health, both physical and mental. Title subjects must be directly connected to a topic of health, not simply opinion-based ideas of what is considered ‘healthy’. Doesn't include controversial/religious subjects. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Health – Diets & Weight Loss   Factually-focused titles based around commonly-accepted themes and topics of health, specifically focusing on diet and weight loss. Title subjects must be directly connected to a diet and weight loss, not simply opinion-based ideas of what will help you lose weight. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Health – Men’s Health   Factually-focused titles based around commonly-accepted themes and topics of health, specifically focusing on men’s health. Title subjects must be directly connected to men’s health, not simply opinion-based ideas of what is considered ‘healthy’ for men. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Health – Mind & Body   Factually-focused titles based around commonly-accepted themes and topics of health, specifically focused on the mind and body, especially focusing on a naturopathic or holistic approach to health and well-being. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Health   Nutrition – Factually-focused titles based around commonly-accepted themes and topics of health, specifically focused on nutrition. Title subjects must be directly connected to nutrition, not simply opinion-based ideas of what is considered ‘nutritious’. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Health – Women’s Health   Factually-focused titles based around commonly-accepted themes and topics of health, specifically focusing on women’s health. Title subjects must be directly connected to women’s health, not simply opinion-based ideas of what is considered ‘healthy’ for women. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – History   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to history, or historical event. Doesn't include the teaching of controversial/religious subjects. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Hobbies   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to hobbies, featuring content that involves the instruction or viewing of a certain skill related to that hobby. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Home and Garden   Factually-focused titles based around any topic related to the maintenance and upkeep of a living space or garden. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Home and Garden – Gardening   Factually-focused titles based around anything involving the maintenance and upkeep of a garden. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Home and Garden – Home Buying and Real Estate   Factually-focused titles based around anything involving purchasing homes, and related real estate information. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – How To & Instructional   Factually-focused titles based around any and all topics in which the viewer is being provided detailed and practical advice about how to best accomplish the task or skill at hand. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – How To & Instructional– Courses & Lessons   Factually-focused titles based around any and all topics in which the viewer is being provided detailed and practical advice about how to best accomplish the task or skill at hand. Specifically focuses on courses and lessons. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows.
  • Nonfiction – Language Instruction   Factually-focused titles specifically based on the study and comprehension of a foreign language. May include all skill and age levels. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Law   Factually-focused titles specifically based on the subject of law, including famous rulings, cases, and legal figures. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – LGBT   Factually-focused titles specifically based around non-heteronormative themes and topics. Titles that reference LGBT themes frequently, but do so in a disparaging fashion, also don't qualify. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Literature   Factually-focused titles specifically based around the subject of literature, including authors and historical literature of note. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Mathematics   Factually-focused titles specifically based around mathematics. Includes all mathematic fields, such as algebra and calculus. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Medical   Factually-focused titles specifically based around medicine, doctors, and the medical field. Includes all medical fields, such as anesthesiology and oncology. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Military & War   Factually-focused titles specifically based around themes directly related to military and war. Typical titles include interviews and documentaries focused on specific military and war figures/events. Always intended as nonfiction, even if the views don't seem factual. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Music   Factually-focused titles specifically based around the topic of music. Typical topics include music instruction, music history, and profiles of musicians. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Nature and Wildlife   Factually-focused titles specifically based around themes directly related to the animals, insects, plants, and anything else related to the natural world. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Photography   Factually-focused titles specifically based around the art form of photography. Common subjects include well-known photographers, picture taking tips, and travel photography. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Politics   Factually-focused titles specifically based around politics and politically-themed subjects. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Science   Factually-focused titles specifically based around all disciplines of science, such as biology, chemistry, and physics. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Science – Biology   Factually-focused titles specifically based around the study of biology. Includes the study of life and living organisms, including their structure, function, growth, evolution, distribution, identification and taxonomy. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Science – Chemistry   Factually-focused titles specifically based around the study of chemistry. Includes the study of matter composition, properties, and the formation of new elements. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Science – Medicine   Factually-focused titles specifically based around the study of medicine. Includes diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases. Also includes the study of drugs used to treat diseases. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Science – Physics   Factually-focused titles specifically based around the study of physics, the branch of science concerned with the nature and properties of matter and energy. Includes mechanics, heat, light and other radiation, sound, electricity, magnetism, and the structure of atoms. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Science – Space Science & Astronomy   Factually-focused titles specifically based around the study of space and astronomy, the branch of science that deals with celestial objects, space, and the physical universe as a whole. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Self-Help   Factually-focused titles specifically based around the subject of self-help, defined as the use of one’s own efforts and resources to achieve goals without relying on others. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Social Sciences   Factually-focused titles specifically based around the subject of social sciences, the branch of science concerned with the scientific study of human society and social relationships. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Sports   Factually-focused titles specifically based around the subject of sports, defined as an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against others for entertainment. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Technology   Factually-focused titles specifically based around the subject of technology, defined as machinery and equipment developed from the application of scientific knowledge. This includes the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes, especially in industries. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Transportation   Factually-focused titles specifically based around the subject of transportation, defined as the action of transporting someone or something from one place to another. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Travel   Factually-focused titles specifically based around the subject of travel, both domestically and internationally. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Travel – Africa   Factually-focused titles specifically based around travel to the continent of Africa. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Travel – Asia   Factually-focused titles specifically based around travel to the continent of Asia. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Travel – Australia & Oceania   Factually-focused titles specifically based around travel to the continent of Oceania. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Travel – Central America & Caribbean   Factually-focused titles specifically based around travel to Central America and the Caribbean. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Travel – Europe   Factually-focused titles specifically based around travel to the continent of Europe. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Travel – Middle East   Factually-focused titles specifically based around travel to the Middle East. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Travel – South America   Factually-focused titles specifically based around travel to the continent of South America. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Travel – United States & Canada   Factually-focused titles specifically based around travel to the United States and Canada. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Travel – Beaches   Factually-focused titles specifically based on travel to beaches throughout the world. Titles typically include information about where to find the most desirable beaches along with general information about the shores. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Travel – Cities   Factually-focused titles specifically based on travel to different cities throughout the world. Titles typically include information about where to find the best cities in the world along with general information about them. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Travel – Destinations   Factually-focused titles specifically based on travel to desirable destinations throughout the world. Titles typically include information about where to find the best destinations in the world along with general information about these locations. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Travel – Jungles & Rainforests   Factually-focused titles specifically based on travel to jungles and rainforests throughout the world. Titles typically include information about the jungles and rainforests vegetation, animals, and inhabitants. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Travel – Mountains & Lakes   Factually-focused titles specifically based on travel to mountains and lakes throughout the world. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Travel – Small Towns & Rural Areas   Factually-focused titles specifically based on travel to small towns and rural areas. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Travel – Tours   Factually-focused titles specifically based on traveling on tours. Titles typically include tour guide information for new cities or other useful information on how to get around when abroad. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Visual Arts   Factually-focused titles specifically based around the topic of visual art, typically ceramics, drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, design, crafts, photography, video, filmmaking, and architecture. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.
  • Nonfiction – Visual Arts – Photography   Factually-focused titles specifically based on visual art topic of photography, defined as the art and practice of taking and processing photographs. Doesn't include opinion-based titles. Doesn't include fictional titles or reality shows. Includes documentaries.

Performing Arts

Prerecorded performance art pieces originally intended for live viewing by some type of stage audience. Featured content typically includes ballet and dance performances, operas, and theater. Performance must exist as a whole, rather than within the narrative of a film.

  • Performing Arts – Dance Performance   Prerecorded dance performance pieces originally intended for live viewing by some type of stage audience. Featured dance styles may include: Ballroom, Boogie Woogie, Belly Dancing, Charleston, Contemporary, Two Step, Swing, Flamenco, Hip Hop, Line Dancing, Riverdance, Mambo, Salsa, Tango, Tap Dance, Waltz or Zumba. Performance must exist as a whole, rather than within the narrative of a film.
  • Performing Arts – Opera Performance   Prerecorded opera performance pieces originally intended for live viewing by some type of stage audience. Opera is defined as a genre of music where one or more vocal singers is often accompanied by an instrumental musical score in a theatrical setting. Performance must exist as a whole, rather than within the narrative of a film.
  • Performing Arts – Classical Music   Prerecorded classical music performance pieces originally intended for live viewing by some type of stage audience. Feature content may include piano concerts or full orchestras. Performance must exist as a whole, rather than within the narrative of a film.
  • Performing Arts – Theater   Prerecorded classical theater performance pieces originally intended for live viewing by some type of stage audience. Theater is defined as a form of literature written by a playwright, usually consisting of dialogue between characters, intended for theatrical performance. Performance must exist as a whole, rather than within the narrative of a film.

Period Piece

Fictional titles focused on historical events, time periods, and people. Must take place in a time period that occurred at least 30 years ago. Often depict a particular style/culture from a specific era. This may include attire, mannerisms, and language.

Reality TV

Features non-professionals in an unscripted, but generally staged or manipulated, situation. May or may not use hidden cameras; generally, but not always, in a non-studio setting. Often premised on a competition, a business, or extreme drama.

Romantic Comedy

Fictional titles that use both humor and romance to capture the hearts of the audience. Generally follows a familiar storyline—always a happy ending, but characters usually go through a series of hysterical obstacles before finally reaching it.

Science Fiction

Fictional titles in which numerous scenes, and/or the entire background for the setting of the narrative, should be based on speculative scientific discoveries or developments, environmental changes, space travel, or life on other planets. These often overlap with fantasy and action and adventure films, but are defined by explaining their fantastical elements using a futuristic or alternate understanding of science and culture, rather than magical, mystical, or spiritual causation. Typically doesn't include superhero films.

  • Science Fiction – Action   Fictional titles that contain a blend of science fiction and action features. May include plot lines with destructive action sequences and characters who participate in hazardous and exciting experiences in pursuit of a specific goal.
  • Science Fiction – Adventure   Fictional titles that contain a blend of science fiction and adventure features. May include plot lines focused on an extensive journey to reach a specific goal or explore more of the universe.
  • Science Fiction – Comic   Science Fiction titles that exploit the genre's conventions for comedic effect. Titles under this subgenre often mock or satirizes standard Science Fiction conventions, such as alien invasion, interstellar travel, or futuristic technology.
  • Science Fiction – Futuristic   Fictional titles that center around the concept of time travel, specifically to the future. Titles often explore a futuristic world, which is usually more advanced than the present, and tend to test the boundaries of reality and wander into the realm of imagination.

Sports

Titles that focus on sports or a sporting event, either fictional or actual. This includes fictional stories focused on a particular sport or event, documentaries about sports, and television broadcasts of actual sporting events. In the case of fictional titles, the sport itself can also be fictional, but should still be the primary focus of the plot. doesn't include dance titles.

  • Sports – Auto Racing   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on auto racing, defined as a sport focused on racing automobiles for competition. doesn't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Baseball   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on baseball, defined as a sport played between two teams of nine on a field with a diamond-shaped circuit of four bases. doesn't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Basketball   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on basketball, defined as a sport played between two teams of five players in which goals are scored by throwing a ball through a netted hoop fixed above each end of the court. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – BMX and Extreme Biking   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on BMX and Extreme Biking, defined as cycle sports played at on- or off-road recreational events. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Boating and Sailing   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on boating and sailing as sports. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Boxing   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on boxing, defined as the sport or practice of fighting with the fists, especially with padded gloves in a roped, square ring, according to prescribed rules. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Cycling   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on cycling, defined as the sport of riding a bike. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Extreme Sports   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on extreme sports, defined as sports that have a high level of inherent danger, often involving speed, height, and a high level of physical exertion. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Fishing   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on the sport of fishing. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Football   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on football, defined as a North American sport played with an oval ball on a field marked out as a gridiron. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – General Martial Arts   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on most types of martial arts—such as Judo, Karate, and Kendo—but excluding mixed martial arts. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Golf   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on golf, a game played on a large open-air course, in which a small hard ball is struck with a club into a series of small holes in the ground, the object being to use the fewest possible strokes to complete the course. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Hunting   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on the sport of hunting. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Live Events   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on live sporting events, of all types and varieties. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Mixed Martial Arts   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on mixed martial arts, defined as an extreme combat sport in which contestants are permitted to use the fighting techniques of wrestling and boxing, combined with those of martial arts such as kickboxing, judo, and karate. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Motorcycles and Motocross   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on motorcycles and motocross, or cross-country racing on motorcycles. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Skateboarding   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on the sport of skateboarding, defined as riding on a skateboard while doing tricks (flips, jumping, grinding on rails, etc). Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Skiing   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on the sport of skiing. Competitive skiing falls into two categories: Nordic (cross-country racing, jumping, and biathlon) and Alpine (downhill or straight racing, and slalom racing around a series of markers). Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Snowboarding   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on the sport of snowboarding. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Soccer   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on the sport of soccer, defined as a game played by two teams of eleven players with a round ball that may not be touched with the hands or arms during play except by the goalkeepers. The object of the game is to score goals by kicking or heading the ball into the opponents' goal. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Surfing and Boardsports   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on surfing and other boardsports. Surfing is defined as the sport or pastime of riding a wave toward the shore while standing or lying on a surfboard. Surfing is a type of boardsport, sports that are played with some type of board as the primary equipment, played on a wide variety of terrains. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Tennis   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on the sport of tennis, defined as a game in which two or four players strike a ball with rackets over a net stretched across a court. The usual form (originally called lawn tennis) is played with a felt-covered hollow rubber ball on a grass, clay, or artificial surface. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.
  • Sports – Wrestling   Fictional and nonfictional titles that concentrate on wrestling, defined as a sport of grappling in which two opponents must try to throw or hold each other down on the ground, typically according to a code of rules. Titles included don't have to have a plot. Talk shows, competitions, tournaments, variety shows are all included in here.

Talk Shows

Titles in this genre are typically TV shows in which one or more hosts discuss various topics informally, often with special guest appearances and interviews. Viewers or the studio audience are invited to participate in the discussion.

Thrillers

Fictional titles in this genre are often combined with other genres (crime, drama, horror, action), but are defined by the intent to provoke suspense and anticipation in the viewer. Typically, the main characters are subjected to a high level of uncertainty and/or danger that keeps the viewer anxiously on the edge of their seat.

Video Games

Titles in this genre contain footage of video games in play, development, or review and are typically non-fictional. This isn't the place for fictional titles that include some elements of video games, but don't feature actual gameplay.

Westerns

Fictional titles included in this genre typically portray frontier life in the American West from the 1700s to contemporary times. Recognizable tropes include revolvers, horses, dusty towns and trails, and cowboys.

  • Westerns – Action   Fictional western titles based around the typical tropes associated with the western genre, in which a significant amount of the storyline features sequences of action.
  • Westerns – Comic   Fictional western titles based around comedic relief involving cowboys and outlaws. Typically set against an "Old West" backdrop, with many of the jokes focused on the western setting.
  • Westerns – Dramatic   Fictional western titles based around the typical tropes associated with the western genre, in which a significant amount of the storyline places a heavy emphasis on character development. Characters featured display complexity in their actions and interactions with others. Storyline typically moves at a slower pace.
  • Westerns – Musical   Fictional western titles based around the typical tropes associated with the western genre, in which song and dance are incorporated into the plot line.
  • Westerns – Romantic   Fictional western titles based around the typical tropes associated with the western genre, in which a romantic storyline is emphasized above everything else.


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