At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's streaming on Netflix, we've got you covered.

New on DVD and Blu-ray

"Steve Jobs"The 2016 Academy Awards are getting close now, and this week you have the opportunity to catch up with a lot of the nominated films and stars. Michael Fassbender is nominated for Best Actor for the role of Apple genius Steve Jobs, with Kate Winslet in the running for Best Supporting Actress. The movie comes out on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD, and On Demand Tuesday, February 16. Blu-ray and DVD bonus features include the making-of-documentary, "Inside Jobs: The Making of Steve Jobs," plus feature commentary with director Danny Boyle, writer Aaron Sorkin, and editor Elliot Graham.

Check out this exclusive clip from "Inside Jobs: The Making of Steve Jobs," with director Danny Boyle and composer Daniel Pemberton discussing the making of the music score: The Making of 'Steve Jobs' - The Score (EXCLUSIVE)

"Trumbo"
Bryan Cranston is nominated for Best Actor for his role as Dalton Trumbo, who was one of Hollywood's top screenwriters in 1947, until he and other artists were jailed and blacklisted for their political beliefs. Helen Mirren co-stars as columnist Hedda Hopper, and the all-star cast also includes Diane Lane, John Goodman, Louis C.K., Elle Fanning, and Michael Stuhlbarg. The Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital releases are all on February 16. The Blu-ray and DVDs come with the bonus features "Who Is Trumbo?" and "Bryan Cranston Becomes Trumbo."

"Black Mass"
There was a time when we thought three-time Oscar nominee Johnny Depp might get a fourth nod for his role as Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger, but not this time. You can still see him in action when Scott Cooper's drama is released February 16. The Blu-ray Combo Pack includes "The Manhunt for Whitey Bulger," "Black Mass: Deepest Cover, Darkest Crime," and "Johnny Depp: Becoming Whitey Bulger." That last featurette is also included with the DVD.

"Criminal Activities"
Jackie Earle Haley makes his directorial debut and also co-stars in this crime drama out on DVD on February 16. John Travolta, Michael Pitt, Dan Stevens, Christopher Abbott, Rob Brown, and Edi Gathegi co-star in this story of four friends who stumble into a deal that sounds too good to refuse. But of course it goes bad, and when it comes time to pay back the investment, they end up in way over their heads with a notorious crime boss.

New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital Only

"Creed"
This new chapter in the "Rocky" story may have been overlooked for major Academy Award nominations, aside from Sylvester Stallone's return to his iconic role, but it landed on dozens of Top 10 lists. Ryan Coogler reunites with his amazing "Fruitvale Station" star, Michael B. Jordan, who plays Adonis Johnson, son of Apollo Creed. The Digital release date is February 16, with the Blu-ray and DVD to arrive March 1.

"11.22.63" (Hulu)
Hulu subscribers are in luck this week, since they get the premiere of this Stephen King novel adaptation. James Franco plays an English professor who discovers he can travel back to a specific point in time, so he attempts to prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy. (Hence the title date.) But he soon realizes that the past does not want to change. It was a great book, and the series looks like quality. Check out the trailer and prepare to be transported:

"The Danish Girl"
Eddie Redmayne is the reigning Best Actor winner and he's nominated again this year, along with co-star Alicia Vikander, who is the more likely of the two to win. The Tom Hooper film, very loosely inspired by the lives of Danish painters Lili Elbe and Gerda Wegener, is set in mid-1920s Copenhagen and follows the couple's marriage and work as they adapt to Lili's journey as one of the pioneers of male-to-female sex reassignment surgery. The film has its Digital HD release February 16, with the Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand on March 1.

New on Netflix

"Love"
Netflix is launching two original series this week. The comedy, "Love," stars Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust, and was created by Judd Apatow, Rust, and Lesley Arfin. Netflix has already given this one a two-season order, but the first season has 10 episodes that will drop February 19. This is meant to be a "down-to-earth look at dating," showing male and female perspectives on relationships, as explored through the characters of Mickey (Jacobs) and Gus (Rust).

"Cooked"
This one may make you hungry, but it may also feed your brain. Netflix's new original documentary series follows how the four natural elements – fire, water, air and earth – relate to food. According to Netflix, "'Cooked' is an enlightening and compelling look at the evolution of what food means to us through the history of food preparation and its universal ability to connect us." This too is available for streaming on Friday.

"The Returned"
They're baaaack. SundaceTV's "The Returned," based on the French film "They Came Back," follows what happens when a bunch of dead people suddenly reappear as if no time has passed. Season 1 is already on Netflix for you to catch up before the arrival of Season 2 on February 17. The eight episodes of Season 2 pick up the action six months after the end of Season 1.

"Atonement"
It's always fun to binge a full series on Netflix, but don't forget about the new movies as well. This sweeping 2007 drama was the first time a lot of us took notice of young Saoirse Ronan, who is one of this year's Oscar nominees for "Brooklyn." Keira Knightley and James McAvoy play young lovers whose lives are torn apart by the lie of a jealous younger sister (played by Ronan in her youth, and Romola Garai a few years later). Get swept away on Netflix starting February 16.

TV Worth Watching

Grammy Awards (Monday on CBS at 8 p.m.)
2013 Grammy Awards ArrivalsHe's back! LL Cool J is hosting the Grammys for the fifth consecutive year. The 58th annual event will be held tonight (February 15) at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Here are some of the famous names scheduled to perform: Adele; James Bay; Andra Day; Ellie Goulding; Sam Hunt; Tori Kelly; Kendrick Lamar; Little Big Town; Carrie Underwood; The Weeknd; the cast of Broadway's "Hamilton"; and Lady Gaga performing a tribute to David Bowie. You could watch just to see what Gaga wears.

"Girls" (Sunday on HBO at 10 p.m.)
You are cordially invited to Marnie's wedding, which opens the fifth season of Lena Dunham's comedy. Marnie's "Wedding Day" is set in an upstate New York resort, where a gloomy weather forecast, an unhinged makeup artist, and Desi's neuroses could conspire to make it a memorable occasion for all the wrong reasons.

"Vikings" (Thursday on History at 10 p.m.)
Travis Fimmel's Ragnar Lothbrok returns with the premiere of "Vikings" Season 4 on February 18. Here's History's synopsis for Episode 1, "A Good Treason": "As Ragnar lies in his sick bed in Kattegat, events unfold beyond his control; Bjorn orders the arrest of Floki for Athelstan's murder; Rollo betrays his Viking supporters to strengthen his position; Kalf announces joint Earldom with Lagertha."

"Must See TV: An All-Star Tribute to James Burrows" (Sunday on NBC at 9 p.m.)
You may known this one as the "Friends" reunion that is not technically a reunion. The career of TV director James Burrows will be celebrated on February 21, with appearances from the stars of "Friends," "Cheers," "Frasier," "Taxi," "Will & Grace," "The Big Bang Theory," and more. Expect lots of great anecdotes and fond memories.

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