A kid goes missing, another kid shows up with weird powers, there may be a monster lurking in the woods... Maybe it's time to finally figure out what people have been buzzing about since "Stranger Things" debuted on Netflix over the summer. And you'll want to catch up on Season 1 since it's officially been renewed.
"Fringe" built up an intense fanbase during its five seasons on Fox and continues to find new fans. But if you want to be one of them, you'll want to binge it all this long weekend, since the series is disappearing from Netflix on Sept. 11.
Make yourself feel better about not getting in the water this long holiday weekend by watching "Jaws," "Jaws 2," "Jaws 3" and yes, "Jaws: The Revenge" in a row -- Netflix put the whole shark franchise online just in time for the last beachgoing weekend of the season.
"Narcos" Season 2 premiered on Netflix the first day of the Labor Day long weekend. Almost as if the streaming service suspected audiences might be in the mood to binge something new for ten hours straight.
If you like your James Bond a little more classic and less blond, Starz has your perfect long weekend binge. Every movie from "Dr. No" to "Die Another Day," starting Sunday. Daniel Craig not invited.
On Sunday, SundanceTV will run three classic Hitchcock films - "Vertigo," "Rear Window" and "The Birds" - back to back to back, starting at 10 a.m.
Did you miss HBO's underrated "The Night Of"? Seems like a lot of people did. But Monday is your chance to watch all eight episodes. HBO is airing them all in a row, starting at 11 a.m.
If "The Cursed Child" has revived your love of "Harry Potter," then Freeform is your go-to this weekend, as they unleash another of their "Harry Potter" marathon weekends. See Harry, Hermione and Ron grow up, from "Sorcerer's Stone" at 7 a.m Saturday to "Deathly Hallows - Part 2," Sunday at 9 p.m.
Want to feel like you're at the office while you're not at the office? Netflix has all seven seasons of "The Office" just for you.
The likes of Jeff Ross, Ann Coulter and Jewel show up to rip into Rob Lowe Monday night on Comedy Central. "The Roast of Rob Lowe" airs at 10 p.m. so get one last good laugh before going back to work Tuesday morning.