Too impatient to spend weeks on the same series? We get it! These shows on Netflix all have super short episodes that you can whip through during a weekend binge-watching session. Lighthearted comedy and some mind-blowing magic will have you hooked, but won't take up too much of your time.\nYou can save the hour-long episodes for thrilling dramas. Here, you'll find comedies, some even decades old, with storylines and characters that you'll instantly fall in love with.\nEach series features episodes that are no longer than 25 minutes, so you won't feel too guilty about how much screen time you're spending on Netflix.\nIf you want more short and sweet content, you can pop on these binge-worthy shows you can watch in one weekend or series that are so addicting you'll just want to watch them in one sitting.\nChampions\nRating: 70% on Rotten Tomatoes\nFrom creator Mindy Kaling comes this comedy about a bachelor living in New York who seems to have a total dream life until a girl from high school drops off his teenage son on his doorstep.\nMagic for Humans\nRating: 71% on Rotten Tomatoes\nPrepare to get your mind blown! Magician Justin Willman stars in this reality series where he hangs out on the streets and completely wows unsuspecting people with some shocking tricks.\nI Think You Should Leave\nRating: 71% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThis sketch comedy comes from the hilarious mind of Tim Robinson and features some kooky characters and familiar faces. The super-short sketches in each episode are only a few minutes in length but will leave you wheezing with laughter long after it's over.\nFuller House\nRating: 72% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThe reboot on the 1987 classic feel-good series features sisters D.J. and Stephanie and their lifelong BFF Kimmy all grown up. Now, they're career-driven mothers and wives, going through similar experiences as their dad and uncles.\nFor the ultimate throwback, you can also catch all 8 seasons of the original Full House series on Netflix. Plus the final season of Fuller House drops in June so you have time to get caught up before it premieres!\nNew Girl\nRating: 83% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAfter seven seasons, Jess isn't so much of the new girl as she was at the beginning. She moves in with a group of hilarious men who end up teaching her a lot about life, as they experience similar dating drama and adulthood issues as each other.\nEverything Sucks!\nRating: 91% on Rotten Tomatoes\nTwo socially outcasted groups that go to Boring High School together decide to join forces to produce a big movie they're hoping will get the other more popular peers to notice them.\nThe Fresh Prince of Bel-Air\nRating: 92% on Rotten Tomatoes\nStill haven't watched all six seasons of this 90s comedy? Now is your chance! Will Smith moves in with his rich aunt and uncle and loves to cause chaos among the family, especially for his uptight cousins.\nOne Day at a Time\nRating: 95% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThis remake of the original 70s comedy will get you laughing, full of emotions, and unable to turn off the TV. The Alvarez family is headed by a former military mom who, along with her own mother, raises her teenage daughter and son while also navigating her own career and dating life.