As we are Australians and we live in Australia, it is customary to complain about two things: our internet and our Netflix selection.
Okay, so it's pretty bad. But how bad?
Turns out it's not that bad, but it's still pretty bad.
This report is pretty cool. It attempts to rank the Netflix library of every country that currently has Netflix. It's made me realise how difficult it must be managing rights because there are apparently 184 countries that have access to Netflix and each one has a slightly different library.
That seems like a lot of work.
The report calculates the number of 'things' available on Netflix and then ranks countries accordingly.
As you might expect, the US is number one with 5570 unique titles. Australia comes in at 39 with 2028. That's the same as the United Kingdom interestingly enough.
Now that sounds pretty terrible, but think about poor old Morocco, which currently has a pathetic 157 choices. 157.
You can download the whole list here.