The world can be an overwhelming place, which is why there's no shame in hiding out indoors and binge-watching your favorite shows. For those of you who plan to avoid sunlight over the weekend and aren't sure what to binge, TV Guide editor Krutika Mallikarjuna has a few suggestions. Here's what you should stream this weekend.

<em>To All the Boys I've Loved Before</em>To All the Boys I've Loved Before

1. To All the Boys I've Loved Before
The internet can't stop obsessing over this delightful teen romantic comedy based on the novel of the same name by Jenny Han. Featuring a predominately Asian cast, the film centers on high schooler Lara Jean (Lana Condor) who pretends to date the most popular boy in school when her private letters to old crushes are suddenly mailed out. It's a great companion piece to Crazy Rich Asians and will have you scribbling Peter Kavinsky's (Noah Centineo) name all over your notebooks. Stream this wonderful film now on Netflix.

<em>Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartney Live from Liverpool</em>Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartney Live from Liverpool

2. Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartney Live from Liverpool
Watch unaired footage from the hit Carpool Karaoke special which featured the late-night host driving around Liverpool with the last remaining Beatle. Visiting McCartney's childhood home as well as places referenced in early Beatles songs, this special is a treat for fans of the iconic band. Stream it now on CBS All Acess.

<em>Mr. Mercedes</em>Mr. Mercedes

3. Mr. Mercedes
Based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, this series follows a detective who's pulled out of retirement by a demented killer who taunts him through a series of letters and emails. The new season premieres Wednesday, Aug. 22 at 10/9c on AT&T Audience Network which is distributed through Direct TV.

Sorcha Groundsell and Percelle Ascott, <em>The Innocents</em>Sorcha Groundsell and Percelle Ascott, The Innocents

4. The Innocents
This supernatural teen drama follows Harry and June who discover that June is a shapeshifter. When a mysterious professor reveals that she's not the only shifter out there and that he might be able to cure her, they must decide whether to risk their lives or cling to a fantasy world where only their love matters. The series, which stars Sorcha Groundsell, Percelle Ascott and Guy Pearce, heads to Netflix on Friday, Aug. 24.