Here is a list of fresh and binge-worthy shows on Netflix and HBO Max if you are planning to stay at home this weekend.

The list includes documentaries, a reality competition, and a horror movie that you can watch.

Not So Pretty

This four-part documentary series is produced by Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering and exposes the secrets of beauty and personal care such as makeup, nails, skin and hair products. The show aims to prove that some ingredients can damage the body and how beauty companies are trying to prevent the truth from reaching their consumers. HBO Max tweeted a 38-second trailer for the docuseries Friday and wrote, “The products you use may not be as glamorous as they seem."

The Great Pottery Throw Down

The “Great Pottery Throw Down” is a reality series that gathers U.K.’s best potters to compete for several challenges including making pendulum wall clocks, Japanese tea sets, 60’s-inspired glazed vessels, urinals and garden totem sculptures. The 10-episode competition series is now available on HBO Max and is hosted by Ellie Taylor and Siobhan McSweeney.

Homecoming: A Film By Beyonce

This two-hour documentary by Netflix shows an in-depth look at Beyonce’s 2018 Coachella performance. Starring superstar Beyonce Knowles-Carter, the biographical documentary reveals the creative process of putting together the unforgettable 2018 Coachella performance. Netflix tweeted a trailer of the documentary showing the “Crazy In Love” singer performing before the Coachella crowd. The caption read, "Four years ago today, there was a cultural shift when Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter headlined Coachella and gifted the world with two-hours of pure artistry."

Choose Or Die

If you are into horror and suspense movies, this one may just get you to the edge of your seat. Starring lola Evans, Asa Butterfield, and Eddie Marsan, “Choose or Die” follows the story of two friends who reboot a mysterious 80’s video game after being tempted by a chance to win unclaimed prize money. The pals step into a world of unimaginable terror. Netflix’s trailer begins with a kid playing a cassette tape labeled, “Curs>r Reality Is Cursed.” A voice-over then says, “Congratulations, you are worthy. Remember, reality is cursed.”

In case you missed it, here is last week's list of recommended movies to watch over the weekend.

Several characters in Netflix sensation Squid Games were based on director Hwang Dong-hyuk's own life
Several characters in Netflix sensation Squid Games were based on director Hwang Dong-hyuk's own life Netflix / -