A long weekend has arrived! It’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, so the lucky among you have an extra day off from work. Here are the newest options on Netflix to keep you entertained the whole three days.

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Chris Columbus’s faithful adaptation of the Tony Award-winning musical set in New York’s East Village boasts a slew of stars from the show’s original Broadway cast, including Adam Pascal, Anthony Rapp, Idina Menzel, Taye Diggs and Jesse L. Martin. Based on Puccini’s opera “La boheme,” the story follows a group of scrappy bohemians who face true love, broken hearts, drug addiction and AIDS—and paying rent to high-powered oppressors.

The Square
Inspiring and intense, this critically praised documentary chronicles the popular uprising in Egypt that captivated the world with scenes of courage and freedom in the face of violent opposition, igniting a history-making revolution.

Kaijudo: Clash of the Duel Masters: Season 2
In this animated action-adventure series, supernaturally gifted Ray and his pals Gabe and Allie join the brave Duel Masters to battle the Choten, an evil genius bent on subduing freedom-loving creatures and dominating the Earth.

What turned Brandon Darby from an outspoken radical to a right-wing FBI informant in only three years? This doc gets the story from the man himself. Darby explains the shift in his allegiances that made him one of activism’s most maligned figures.

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And While We Were Here
Jane accompanies her cellist husband to Naples and spends her days trying to shake a case of writer’s block while he’s in rehearsal. She hoped the trip would help their troubled marriage, but she finds unexpected romance with a young American ex-pat.

Aquarium for Your Home: Goldfish
Fun to watch or just to enjoy as an atmospheric background display on your screen, this mesmerizing virtual aquarium features a collection of energetic fish having a bubbling good time.

Unfinished Song
With his wife Marion terminally ill, 72-year-old Arthur sees a future that’s nothing but grim. But when he takes Marion’s place in their church’s very unconventional choir, he begins to find joy in life again.

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