For many of us who were lucky enough to be given Friday and Monday off for the Easter bank holiday weekend, today is our last day at work.
And, as everyone knows, a four-day weekend usually means a lot of alcohol, food and a few sore heads too.
So whether you're looking for something to watch while you sweat out your hangover in the mornings, or simply want to take it easy and stay in for the weekend, we've got you sorted with some great Netflix picks for the weekend.
The Great British Bake-Off: Seasons 1-7
Join the beloved Merry Berry and Paul Hollywood in the bake-off tent as they judge a mouth-watering array of delicious pastries, show-stopping desserts and plenty of soggy bottoms.
Mad Men: Season 7
Set in the 1960s, the 'mad men' are the advertisers working on Madison Avenue.
A Series of Unfortunate Events: Season 2
Even more perilous predicaments, dastardly villains and brilliant inventions. The siblings return for a second season based on the series by Lemony Snicket.
Trailer Park Boys: Season 12
The Trailer Park Boys return to Sunnyvale Trailer Park, as Bubbles dives into his beer-brewing venture and Ricky and Julian try hard to go legit.
Marvel's Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Steve Rogers (aka Captain America), played by Chris Evans, lives in the US capital where he tried to adjust to modern times after the cataclysmic events in New York with his fellow avengers.
The Lady in the Van
A man forms an unexpected relationship with a lady living in her a van that is parked in his driveway.
A quirky couple spends their three year dating anniversary by looking back at their relationship and contemplating whether they should break up.
The Defiant Ones: Limited Series
Director Allen Hughes ("Menace II Society") traces the rise of music moguls Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine and chronicles their groundbreaking partnership.
Wild Wild Country: Season 1
True story: When a controversial cult leader builds a utopian city in the Oregon desert, conflict with the locals escalates into a national scandal.
Mock The Week: Season 15
Catty British humour is always the specialty of the day in this anarchic combination of current events game show and stand-up comedy revue.
Porridge: Season 1-3
British comedy following Nigel Fletcher who is following in his grandfather's footsteps, by heading straight into a prison cell.
Have a great weekend!