Thanksgiving is the start of a four-day weekend for many, and that means most people have some free time after they settle into their turkey coma. What better way to spend it than watching Netflix? Check out which TV shows are worth binge-watching:

“Great British Baking Show” If you want to really relax, this is your show. Known as “Great British Bake Off” in the U.K., the show puts amateur bakers in a tent to show off their skills each weekend until one is left standing. The contestants aren’t catty or scripted, and the challenges aren’t out-of-this-world recipes that no one ever uses. It’s a delight to watch, and it’s the perfect way to spend your days eating leftovers (because you will be hungry after watching).

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” This isn’t Melissa Joan Hart’s Sabrina. Kiernan Shipka plays the teen, who must decide if she is ready to pledge herself to Satan on her 16th birthday. The dark series is perfect if you’re in the mood for something creepy and thrilling. It’s also a great time to catch up since a Christmas special is coming out on Netflix next month.

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"The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" is one of many great Netflix options for Thanksgiving weekend. Netflix

“Sisters” If you’re dealing with family this holiday season, at least you can rest assured that you don’t have roughly 100 siblings that your father kept secret. As her successful doctor father (Barry Otto) is dying, Julia’s (Maria Angelico) dad decides to announce that he used his own sperm while helping couples get pregnant. She discovers that she has nearly 100 siblings, but just two of them are women. The three women’s lives quickly become intertwined. The Aussie dramedy has so many hilariously awkward moments, but it also knows how to pull viewers’ heartstrings.

“Alias Grace” This Netflix original is just six episodes, making it perfect for a long weekend. The historical series, based on the Margaret Atwood novel, tells the story of Grace Marks (Sarah Gadon), an Irish servant in 19th century Canada who is convicted of the murder of her employer (Paul Gross) and his housekeeper (Anna Paquin). Grace is sentenced to life in prison. That’s when a psychiatrist, Dr. Simon Jordan (Edward Holcroft), is hired to find out if she is a criminal or hysterical. Viewers will soon be just as intrigued as Dr. Jordan. The mystery that’s created around Grace, a real historical figure, is compelling and will have you hitting “play next episode” all the way through.

“Jane The Virgin” You may have skipped over this one based on the silly name or wacky premise (Jane is a virgin whose alcoholic gynecologist accidentally impregnates her), but that was a big mistake. The CW hit has remained funny, poignant and surprising throughout its four seasons, and it has a fantastic cast. It’s time to catch up on the telenovela-inspired romantic comedy before the final season premieres next year.

“Kim’s Convenience” Need something a little more family-friendly? This Canadian comedy follows the Kim family and their convenience store. Mr. Kim (Paul Sun-Hyung Lee) and Mrs. Kim (Jean Yoon) run a convenience store. Their daughter Janet (Andrea Bang), a photography student, is frustrated by their traditional Korean views. Meanwhile, estranged son Jung (Simu Liu) tries to get on a better path in life after spending some of his teen years in juvie. There’s plenty of funny meddling from the parents and a lot of old school vs new school storylines in this heartwarming sitcom.

Happy binge-watching!