Spending the weekend indoors and not sure what to watch? TV Guide's Editor-in-Chief Mickey O'Connor has a few suggestions. Here's what you should stream this weekend.

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1. Ricky Gervais: Humanity

In his first special in seven years, the creator of The Office weighs in on aging, celebrity culture and a society that takes everything personally. Watch the comedian in action when his special arrives on Netflix on Tuesday, March 13.

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2. Terrace House: Opening New Doors

Falling in the same vein as MTV's The Real World, this Japanese reality series features young men and women living in a house together — though they're much more polite towards each other than what's depicted on American television. Season 3 finds a new group living in a house in the mountains near Nagano. Catch the new season on Netflix starting Tuesday, March 13.

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3. Tabula Rasa

In what's being described as the Dutch version of American Horror Story, a woman suffering from amnesia fights to clear her name when she finds herself listed as a suspect in a missing persons case. To make matters worse, she lives in a haunted house with her husband and child where she has strange visions which probably won't help her case. Watch it all go down when the mysterious series arrives on Netflix Thursday, March 15.

<em>On My Block</em>On My Block

4. On My Block

This uplifting new comedy from the creator of Awkward.centers around a group of adolescents in a predominately black and Latino neighborhood in South Central Los Angeles as they navigate all the troubling emotions of high school as well as the danger from gangs. Follow their journey when all 10 episodes arrive Friday, March 16 on Netflix.

<em>Wild Wild Country</em>Wild Wild Country

5. Wild Wild Country

Mark and Jay Duplass, the sibling duo behind Togetherness, team up for a docu-series about Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh who tried to build his own utopian city in the Oregon desert during the early '80s. The series will cover the founding of his cult and a dispute with the locals which then led to the largest bio-terror attack ever in America. The doc heads to Netflix on Friday, March 16.

Alan Cumming and Bojana Novakovic, <em>Instinct</em>Alan Cumming and Bojana Novakovic, Instinct

6. Instinct

Breaking ground as the first openly gay lead on an American network drama, Alan Cumming stars as a former CIA operative who is lured back into his old life by NYPD detective Lizzie Needham (Bojana Novakovic) who hopes to catch a serial killer using his first novel as a playbook. If you loved Castle, this new series might be just the thing for you. Just don't count on the same level of sexual tension between the two main characters. Catch it when it premieres Sunday, March 18 at 9/8c on CBS All Access.

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