Congratulations, you've gotten through another Monday.
When you get home, chances are you'll just want to chill out with a good show (a wise choice). But the thing about Netflix is, as much as we love it, there's just too much to choose from.
To cut down on all that browsing time, we've picked six great shows for you to choose from tonight. So throw on the kettle, pick a show, and have yourself a Monday night binge.
1. Narcos Season 2
We are so feckin' excited about this. Make it last... easy now, one episode per night.
2. Peaky Blinders
A cracking programme. It stars Cillian Murphy as Tommy Shelby, head of the Shelby family and leader of a Birmingham gang known as the Peaky Blinders. Set just after the First World War, Tommy finds himself in possession of a shipment of army machine guns, which proves to be a blessing and a curse... Well worth the watch.
Here's a cop drama starring Idris Elba as DCI John Luther, a member of the London's Serious Crime Unit. Elba is spectacular as the obsessive policeman, who sometimes becomes dangerous in his pursuit of justice.
Maybe that's all a bit serious and you just want something light-hearted, then maybe QI is just the trick. It was announced recently that Stephen Fry will be giving up his role as long-time presenter of the show (breaking the hearts of QI fans everywhere), but you can still enjoy several seasons of the quiz show with quite interesting facts over on Netflix.
Or you could just switch on Dave, which is essentially 24 hour QI.
5. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
If you're in the mood for some comedy, this is an excellent choice. From the makers of 30 Rock, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt sees its titular character emerge from a bunker where she had been held captive for 15 years and try to adapt to life in modern New York. It might sound depressing, but it's not at all. Her roommate Titus is one of the funniest fictional characters ever.
6. Master Of None
Another comedy and a new edition to Netflix is comedian Aziz Ansari's new show Master Of None. Hailed for the diversity of its cast, the show has been getting rave reviews and has been described as one of the most realistic shows about being in your thirties ever made. This just might be your new show addiction.