Netflix's web interface is a ghastly abomination, an affront to the service itself – which we all know is truly delightful in most every way. Netflix's web interface has been terrible for years.
Hopefully, that's about to change. Netflix is prepping a brand new redesign and is currently testing it with a small subset of users. Netflix says it will roll out to everyone in June.
The new UI will let users click to expand titles for more info, cycle through an overview, episodes lists, similar titles, and details in a sleeker manner. According to those who've tested it, the new design does the most important thing – does away with that super annoying slow-scroll carousel that's plagued the site for way too long.
Here's a look at how Netflix will provide more information on titles when you click on them directly from your lists (via The Verge):
It's yet to be seen whether Netflix's web redesign will satisfy the masses – but it appears to be an improvement. For now (and maybe even after the new UI rolls out), your best bet is to enable Netflix God Mode.