The weather’s getting colder, the evenings darker and the desire to get out of your bed (or your pyjamas) each morning less and less.
The solution? Don’t.
April sees a whole cast of new shows and series dropping on Netflix, ready for your bingeing.
Your biggest dilemma will be choosing what to watch first.
Listen to The Binge to find out the five shows you must watch this long weekend.
The Get Down (Part Two)
The first half of Baz Lurhmann’s epic tribute to the early days of hip hop may have divided people when it dropped last year, but the second half of the series will bring you back.
The five episodes pick ups up a year late – in 1978 – and cranks everything up a notch or five. Vox described each episode as “feeling like a season finale”, packed with huge numbers and “emotional landmines”. Count us in.
Dropping on April 28th, this is a documentary with a twist. Blurring the line between documentary and drama, director Kitty Green returns to the scene of the crime - Boulder, Colorado - to audition local actors for a 'recreation' of the infamous 1996 murder.
As well as seeing them in 'character, the subjects also share their own memories of the case, how it affected them personally and their own theories on what really happened on that Christmas night. A must-watch for any true-crime lovers.
Listen: Meshel Laurie talks to John Ramsey about the night his daughter was murdered. Post continues after audio.
Girlboss: Season one
Inspired by the best-selling book of the same name, this Netflix original series follows the rise of Sophia Amoruso's multi-million dollar fashion empire, Nasty Gal, while she was still in her twenties.
Overseen by Kay Cannon (the screenwriter for Pitch Perfect) and executive produced by Charlize Theron, it stars Britt Robertson as the tech and fashion entrepreneur. Coming to your screen April 21.