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Dear TMDb Community,

In the next few months, you might notice some changes on our site. My primary goal is, and always has been, to build the best media database on the internet and in order for me to stay true to that goal, we will be making these changes to enable TMDb to be more robust and reliable than before.

As you might recall from my 2019 recap, I have some pretty amazing plans for 2020 so stay tuned for some really fantastic launches this year!

If you have any questions please contact us at support@themoviedb.org.

Sincerely,

Travis

I have a list of movies, but I don't know how to filter them by genre.

I already tried:

http://api.themoviedb.org/3/list/143355?api_key=<<api_key>>&with_genres=12

But it doesn't work.

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I'm pretty sure you won't be able to do this in v3 lists. You can however, probably do something along these lines in v4. You can append the with_genres param which will filter the results. Notice the high level list stats don't change however, but if you look at the items returned in the results array, they are being filtered.

https://api.themoviedb.org/4/list/143355?api_key=<<api_key>>&with_genres=12

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