what's new on tv, netflix, blu-ray/dvdAt 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

"How To Train Your Dragon 2"
This sequel to the popular DreamWorks animated film isn't quite as winning as the original, but the adventures of Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) and his dragon Toothless still manage to please. Gerard Butler returns as the voice of Hiccup's dad Stoick, with Djimon Hounsou as the voice of a baddie named Drago and Cate Blanchett as a mysterious dragon rider named Valka.

"Tammy"
Melissa McCarthy co-wrote this comedy/drama with her husband Ben Falcone, who also directs. Marketed as a broad comedy with lots of physical humor, "Tammy" has more to it than McCarthy's pratfalls and naughty humor. Susan Sarandon co-stars as Tammy's alcoholic grandmother Pearl, who accompanies Tammy on an ill-fated road trip. This included the theatrical release and the slightly longer extended cut.

"True Blood: The Complete Series"
All you fang-bangers will want this 33-disc set, which comes with 41 audio commentaries and lots of featurettes. Don't you want to watch Snoop Dogg's "Oh Sookie" video again and again and again? Of course you do.

TV Worth Watching

"Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B" (Lifetime, Saturday, 8 P.M. EST)
Alexandra Shipp stars as the adored young musician who died in a plane crash at the age of 22. This biopic chronicles the astounding success of the actress and singer, from her debut on Star Search at the age of 10 to her reign as the "Princess of R&B" at the time of her tragic death.


"The Blacklist" (NBC, Monday, 10 P.M. EST)
It's the mis-season finale of this NBC favorite, starring James Spader as a menacing bald dude with an unnatural love of fedoras. Red (Spader) travels to Russia because why not? Peter Stormare and Alan Alda have guest spots on this episode. Alan Alda!

"Selfie" (ABC, Tuesday, 8 P.M. EST)
"Selfie" was canceled last week, so this is the last episode of the show for the foreseeable future. Tune in for your last fix of "My Fair Lady"-type shenanigans, and cross your fingers that the show is picked up by Hulu or Yahoo or something.

New on Netflix

"Nebraska"
Alexander Payne's critical darling stars Bruce Dern as a senior citizen named Woody who's convinced he's won a big cash prize from one of those terrible mail sweepstakes. Woody might or might not have Alzheimer's, but he's definitely a lifetime alcoholic. Either way, he insists that someone drive him to Nebraska to pick up his winnings. Will Forte co-stars as his sad sack son, alongside June Squibb as the tart-tongue matriarch. "Nebraska" is beautiful and cringe-worthy and will get you right in the funny/sad/bittersweet feels.

"Batman"/"Batman Returns"
Has "Birdman" got you nostalgic for Michael Keaton's days as the dark knight? This Tim Burton double feature has it all, from Jack Nicholson as the Joker to Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman. Let us never speak of "Batman Forever" or "Batman & Robin" and the whole unfortunate Batman nipple suit situation.

"The Bletchley Circle: Series 2"
You know how "The Imitation Game" is all about Alan Turing breaking Nazi codes and whatnot? This British series, which takes place in 1952 and 1953, follows a group of female code-breakers who put their formidable skills to use investigating crimes.

New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital Only

"Dawn of the Planet of the Apes"(Digital HD)
This picks up 10 years after the events in "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," and boy, have the apes risen. The virus spotted at the very end of "Rise" has decimated most of the human population while the apes, led by Caesar (Andy Serkis), have thrived in the Muir Woods. Can they work together to save what's left of civilization? Check out an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip from "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" below.

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes - DVD Clip No. 1


"Life Partners" (iTunes, Amazon, On Demand)
Sasha (Leighton Meester) and Paige (Gillian Jacobs) are best friends whose relationship is upended when Paige meets a dude named Tim (Adam Brody) and begins to settle down. Paige's newfound adulthood doesn't jibe with Sasha's lack of drive and casual love life with generally pretty nutty younger women - can they remain BFFs and platonic life partners?

"Under the Skin" (iTunes, Amazon)
Looking for something different? Scarlett Johansson stars as a mysterious woman who picks up hitchhikers in Scotland for her own nefarious reasons. Or are they nefarious? Who's to say, really? This is one seriously strange sci-fi film from director Jonathan Glazer. Once you're done watching the film, read up on how it was made - it's all pretty crazy!