Your Netflix app may look a bit different in the coming months. A new rollout has changed to simplify your experience, and move you from doomscrolling through titles, to giving you key data that may drive your interest faster to a show you’ll like. Some of this will be based on the Netflix algorithm, which isn’t changing, but also giving you tidbits that may encourage you to take a leap on something popular. This is part of Netflix’s goals to drive engagement time with their offerings, rather than getting lost in a mess. I hope this doesn’t indicate a change in the very abundant volume of material, something that Netflix has over most of the other streamers.

Netflix started rolling out the first major revamp of its television app in a decade on Thursday, testing changes designed to help viewers more quickly decide what they want to watch. The video streaming pioneer revised the home page by enlarging title cards, reorganizing information and highlighting easy-to-read tidbits such as a show or movie “spent 8 weeks in the top 10.” Among other tweaks to the TV app, the menu button was moved from the…

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