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>The Great British Baking Show</em>The Great British Baking Show

1. The Great British Baking Show
Settle in for a relaxing binge with Collection 5 of this beloved reality series containing episodes from Season 8 that have never before aired in the U.S. This latest season saw a bit of a shakeup with pun-tastic hosts Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc departing the series along with judge Mary Berry. Judge Paul Hollywood returns with a new cast made up of judge Prue Leith and hosts Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig. See if the new team lives up to the legacy when Collection 5 of The Great British Baking Show heads to Netflix on Friday, Aug. 31.

John Krasinski, Tom Clancy's Jack RyanJohn Krasinski, Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan

2. Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan
John Krasinski ditches his Office roots to play the famed CIA analyst in this exciting series from Lost's Carlton Cuse and Graham Roland. Based on Tom Clancy's popular books, the adaptation finds Ryan embarking on his first field assignment in which he must stop a terrorist attack. It's already been picked up for Season 2. For now, catch the eight-episode first season, which also features the likes of Wendell Pierce and Abbie Cornish, when it heads to Amazon on Friday, Aug. 31.

Jason Bateman, <em>Ozark</em>Jason Bateman, Ozark

3. Ozark
Jason Bateman returns to play Jason Bateman Marty Byrde, a finance guy who relocates his family to the Ozarks when a money-laundering plot goes awry in Season 2 of this clandestine drama. His fractured family slowly begins to reconnect as Marty desperately searches for a way to pay off his major debt to a Mexican drug lord. See how things turn out for him when new episodes arrive Friday, Aug. 31.

<em>Sisters</em>Sisters

4. Sisters
On her father's deathbed, Julia learns that she has more than one hundred brothers and two sisters, including a troubled TV star named Roxy and an uptight lawyer named Edie. Following her sweet journey as she learns to connect with her long-lost siblings, discovering what it really means to be family. This charming Aussie series heads to Netflix on Saturday, Sept. 1.