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

"Boyhood"
If you're curious about all the awards season fuss over Richard Linklater's epic project, here's your chance to catch it on Blu-ray. Filmed over the course of 12 years, "Boyhood" charts the life of a young Texas boy as he grows up -- it doesn't sound too exciting, but watching young Ellar Coltrane grow into adulthood is pretty trippy for everyone involved. Lorelei Linklater co-stars as his sister, alongside Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette as their estranged parents. Maybe next up we could get "Motherhood"? Get a taste of the award-worthy movie with an exclusive clip below.
Boyhood - Exclusive Clip

"Get On Up"
Future "Black Panther" superhero Chadwick Boseman stars as James Brown in this loose biopic, alongside Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Nelsan Ellis, and tons of other awesome actors. Although it got generally good reviews across the board, it didn't quite light the summer movie season on fire. Still, worth checking out.

"The Guest"
Dan Stevens leaves "Downton Abbey" in this dust with his wonderfully creepy performance as a guy who insinuates himself into a family with fairly disturbing results. From the guys who made "You're Next," "A Horrible Way to Die," and short films for "V/H/S," "V/H/S 2," and "The ABCs of Death."

TV Worth Watching

"Marvel's Agent Carter" (Tuesday, ABC at 8 p.m. EST)
Marvel's takeover of the small screen continues with this TV show centered around Hayley Atwell's character from "Captain America: The First Avenger" et al. We're stoked to see an entire show centered around Peggy Carter, the MCU agent who lives a double life as an agent with the Strategic Scientific Reserve.

"Empire" (Wednesday, Fox at 9 p.m. EST)
Lee Daniels and Danny Strong ("The Butler," "Game Change," "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1" and "Part 2") created this one-hour show about a fictional music label called Empire Entertainment and the family behind it. Terrence Howard stars as the CEO of Empire, alongside Taraji P. Henson as his ex-wife Cookie, who's just out of prison for drug deals that might or might not have helped Empire Entertainment get on its feet. "Empire" looks like it could be a deliciously soapy drama for a midweek treat.

"Portlandia" (Thursday, IFC at 10 p.m. EST)
Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen return for the fifth season of IFC's endlessly quotable sketch comedy. If you don't know about "Portlandia," it's time to visit that magical place where the '90s lives on, birds adorn everything, and guest stars literally rock.

New on Netflix

"The Apartment"
Jack Lemmon stars as an office drone named Bud who lets his bosses borrow his apartment for their trysts. Bud falls for a gal named Fran, played by Shirley MacLaine, who's already seeing his boss -- inside of Bud's own apartment! Billy Wilder co-wrote and directed this award-winning classic. ("The Apartment" is occasionally yanked off of streaming, so even though it's not new this week, catch it while you can!)

"Cast Away"
This drama starring Tom Hanks and a deflated volleyball nicknamed Wilson was added to Netflix Instant on January 1, but maybe you weren't in the mood to watch a movie about a guy marooned on a desert island by himself last week.

"Frank"
This is Michael Fassbender as you've never seen him before. As the "eccentric" musician Frank, he wears a giant fiberglass head for nearly the entirety of the film. Domhnall Gleeson plays the newest addition to the band, an inexperienced keyboardist named Jon, alongside Maggie Gyllenhaal as a sort of angry theremin player who hates Jon. Internet fame leads to a gig at SXSW, with mixed results.

New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital Only

"Love Is Strange"
John Lithgow and Alfred Molina co-star as partners who, soon after they get hitched, are forced to sell their apartment in NYC and find something cheaper. They have to rely on the kindness of friends and family during their real estate hunt, a trying situation that proves to be nearly more than anyone can deal with.

"Lucy" (iTunes)
Scarlett Johansson stars as a regular human being who accidentally ingests massive amounts of a futuristic drug that allows her to access 100 percent of her brain. Luc Besson's best when he's doing "girl and a gun" actioners, and this silly superhero film allows him to return to his "La Femme Nikita" roots.

"Starred Up" (Amazon Prime)
If you thought Jack O'Connell went through hell in "Unknown," this English prison drama will set you back on your heels. O'Connell plays a young criminal who's transferred from a juvenile prison to the same adult prison where his dad, played by Ben Mendelsohn, is also doing time. Rupert Friend co-stars as a therapist who runs an anger management seminar with the prisoners, based on screenwriter Julian Asser's experiences doing the same. Definitely intense viewing.