Your weekend plans are here! Another week brings a fresh round of new arrivals on Netflix and Amazon Prime that you and your cuddle buddy just have to check out. This week, you'll get a good variety of docuseries, thrilling movies, and addictive series.\nLeave it to Netflix to introduce some of the best true crime documentaries that constantly keep you on your toes. This week brings a brand new one about the New York mafia in the 70s.\nEditor's Choice: Amazon Prime's Newest Movie Stars Lili Reinhart In A Twisted Love Story\nIf you're in the mood for a laugh, you can take your pick from new seasons of comedy-dramas, or whet your appetite with an enticing food docuseries.\nOver on Amazon Prime, you'll get to see Daniel Radcliffe in a brand new 2020 film, and you might just have to sleep with a light on after watching a thrilling 2019 horror flick.\nNetflix\nHow to Sell Drugs Online (Fast) (Season 2)\nThe second season of this comedy-drama continues following the story of Moritz Zimmermann, a teenager who starts selling drugs out of his bedroom in a bid to win back the love of his life.\nStreet Food: Latin America\nThis food docuseries follows chefs based in Latin America who share their own personal stories and bring creativity to the table for guests to enjoy.\nFear City: New York vs The Mafia\nComing from the producers of Don't F**k With Cats, this three-part series takes a gritty look at the rise and fall of the most powerful mafia families who once controlled New York.\nLove on the Spectrum\nIn a real-life version of Netflix's drama Atypical, this four-episode project explores seven singles who are on the Autism spectrum and begin navigating the confusing world of dating.\nThe Kissing Booth 2\nIt's finally here! The sequel to the teen rom-com sees Elle and Noah's relationship heat up as they battle the difficulties of long-distance and another mysterious boy popping up.\nGood Girls (Season 3)\nRejoice because the third season is finally here. BFFs Beth, Annie, and Ruby accidentally get themselves caught up in a world of crime when a quick grocery store robbery goes wrong and they just can't seem to escape notorious criminal, Rio.\nAmazon Prime\nEscape From Pretoria\nThis brand-new mystery thriller based on a true story stars Daniel Radcliffe as an activist that gets mistaken for a terrorist and is locked in Africa's maximum-security Pretoria prison.\nScary Stories to Tell in the Dark\nYou won't want to watch this 2019 horror flick alone as it follows a group of friends who find a mysterious notebook filled with terrifying stories that seem to come true.\nJim Gaffigan: Pale Tourist (Season 1)\nComedian and actor Jim Gaffigan stars in two-part hour-long specials that were filmed on his tour, The Pale Tourist, which saw him travel the world completely unprepared while telling stories he experienced along the way.