It's almost the Easter bank holiday weekend and a much-needed break for many of us.
While we have the free time and - hopefully - some delicious chocolate, it would be rude not to spend some quality time cuddled up on the couch with Netflix.
If you're at a loss for what to watch, there's no need to panic because we have something to suit everyone below.
Unless you've been living under a rock the past few days, you'll know that Bey has unleashed Homecoming upon the world.
The film gives fans a look into what went into her now-legendary Coachella performance last year.
Since it's release, social media has been buzzing with praise including from Michelle Obama.
If you haven't had time to watch the documentary yet then get on it. And if you have, you know you want to watch it again...and maybe again.
Writer/director Jennifer Kaytin Robinson is back with the same sharp humour and fresh perspective that saw her critically acclaimed series Sweet/Vicious become a cult favourite.
Starring Gina Rodriguez, DeWanda Wise and Brittany Snow, the hilarious film follows Jenny as she lands her dream job but loses who she thought was her dream man.
Heartbroken Jenny (Rodriguez) rounds up her best friends (Wise and Snow) for one last wild, outrageous adventure in NYC before she moves.
Dinosaurs, Spielberg, Jeff Goldblum - what's not to love?!
The original trilogy is now available for you to binge to your heart's content.
From the visual effects to the magnificent score, these films will never get old.
Catch up with the prehistoric predators and then spend the following few days doing your best "Welcome to Jurassic Park" impressions.
In this documentary, hip-hop legend Fab 5 Freddy delves into America's complicated relationship with weed.
Joined by stars like Snoop Dogg, Cypress Hill's B-Real and Damian Marley, it presents an unparalleled look at the racially biased history of the US war on marijuana.
As more and more US state join the push to legalise the drug, Grass is Greener explores the plant's influence on music and pop culture as well as the devastating impact its criminalisation has on black and Latino communities.
Netflix's latest sitcom, No Good Nick, is something the whole family can enjoy.
The series stars Melissa Joan Hart, Sean Astin and up-and-coming actress Siena Nicole Agudong as Nick.
13-year-old Nicole - Nick for short - infiltrates a family with the intention to get revenge on them for unknowingly ruining her life.
But as she gets to know them, will she be able to go through with her plan?
Probably not but you'll have to watch to find out for sure.