Since it's apparently not spring and won't be for the foreseeable future, what better way to spend the weekend than cuddling up, ignoring all responsibilities, and mindlessly watching TV for 2 days?

Kidding. It's going to be beautiful out there this weekend, kids. Of course, you've got to pace yourselves. You can't go too wild all weekend long, right?

Plus, your taxes are already done (and due today), so really, what else is there to worry about? What'd you just learn? That's right. You don't have money.

Of course, if you haven't done them, then you're already kinda f*cked so you might as well just lean into it.

Luckily, there's tons of new stuff available on various streaming services, as well as some oldies-but-goodies that are definitely worth a re-watch.

Check out what the best things to Netflix & Chill to this weekend.

1. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

SHE'S BACK! Finally.

Ever since The Office ended, we've severely missed Ellie Kemper's lovable charm on our TV screens.


But thankfully, Tina Fey's brainchild Kimmy Schmidt gave her the perfect platform to showcase her hilarity, and it's officially back for season 2. We could not be more excited.

So pour yourself a massive glass of Pinot Noir and prepare to marathon all 13 episodes.

2. Catastrophe

We're so psyched that this super refreshing and completely charming show is returning to Amazon for a 2nd season.

It's also nice to see a show like this bypassing big-name actors to give some up-and-comers a shot. Even if you don't usually dig the whole rom-com thing, we guarantee you'll like this show. It's super funny, well-written, and way different from a lot of other things on TV right now.

3. Girls

Girls is killing it this season.

Between Shosh's Japanese adventures and new-found style, the RETURN OF CHARLIE in one of the best episodes of the series so far, and Hannah reverting to the tomfoolery we know and love, season 5 is certainly not disappointing.

The show is headed in a super interesting and unexpected direction, and we're super pumped to see where it all ends up. Before the new episode (or episodes, this week - YASS) on Sunday night, why not revisit seasons 1-4 on HBO GO to mentally prepare? It's really the responsible thing to do.


4. Game of Thrones

Okay, so you're running out of time to catch up with next week's season 6 premiere. So don't leave your apartment for any reason at all. Catch up. 

Of course, if you're trying to re-watch everything for a refresher before next week, you're undoubtedly enduring the struggles of getting through some of what's tedious and annoying AF. 


But season 5 had some great moments. The season as a whole was kind of week, but this newest trailer is straight fire. Get ready.

5. Star Wars

The Star Wars franchise, while polarizing, is nevertheless trekking along in their revamped trilogy. They've just released the trailer for Rogue One, a new installment taking a different direction from the new series of films.

Remember though, this doesn't follow the story from where The Force Awakens ended. This is an anthology film of sorts that takes place between the awful prequels and the original trilogy. Of course, it's just as dope. 

We'll be watching this trailer over and over mainly because Felicity Jones is an ethereal goddess who can do no wrong. You can also re-experience The Force Awakens, which is now available on Google Play and iTunes.

6. Documentary Now!

In case you needed further proof that Bill Hader and Fred Armisen are two of the most hilarious humans on the planet, they've recently released their series of documentary spoofs, currently streaming on Netflix.


The whole series is incredibly well done and a huge testament to the comedic talents of these SNL alums.

Our personal fav is the Grey Gardens spoof. Bill Hader's impersonation of "Little Edie," complete with a pair of sweatpants wrapped around his head, is everything you never knew you needed.

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