Jump to Titles. The following titles are AUDIO DESCRIBED IN ENGLISH on USA Netflix (streaming only). See also Netflix Foreign Language Description in the USA. To learn how to access description on Netflix, see our Audio Description Via Netflix page, which also contains the process for reporting a problem. If you are a member of Netflix, you may access Netflix's online list of described titles, though you may find our detailed alphabetized listing more useful.
LAST TITLE UPDATE: Jan 21, 2022; count = 1804 titles. Generally updated Tuesdays and Fridays; some updates are deletions only. Additions to this list are posted on Twitter and Facebook. The date is the date added here, which may be slightly after Netflix added it. Occasionally not all episodes of a series are described, and we try to note this when we find out. In 2021, Netflix added a net of around 25 titles each month. See additional notes at the bottom of this page.
TITLES: 1804 titles.
Breakdown by Genre:
350 Kids & Family
114 Reality TV
70 Action & Adventure
48 Sci-Fi & Fantasy
5 TV Variety
A note on terminology: To assist parents, Animated offerings are so-noted; and movies and series identified as being produced by Disney are so-noted. Movies and series identified as being offered as original Netflix Series or a Netflix Film are also noted. Some of the official genre names used by Netflix have been modified slightly or multiple genres have been combined into one name (e.g., the Kids genre and the Family genre were combined into "Kids & Family"). When a Pull date is listed, it means we have found this information elsewhere and occasionally include it for your reference.
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* As of the start of 2022, 24% of the titles were for young children; 7% for older children under 13; 20% were for teens; 48% were for adults, 1% not rated.
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