M55 James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan star in Relativity Media's THE BEST OF ME.� 2014 Best of Me Productions, LLC All Rights Reserved.  Photo Credit: Gemma LaManadAt 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

"The Best of Me"
This might not be the best of Nicholas Sparks's oeuvre of weepy romantic dramas, but at least it's not the most insane! (That honor probably goes to "Safe Haven," for the record.) In any case, this story about true love lost and found stars Cyclops from "X-Men" and Michelle Monaghan. If you love Nicholas Sparks, you love him, and nothing anyone else says will change that. Which is sort of admirable, really. Extend your love Sparks with this exclusive featurette.
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"Dear White People"
This indie from writer/director Justin Simien is a comedy about race politics on an Ivy League campus. It is funny and smart, and you should see it. Tessa Thompson leads a great ensemble cast as an undergrad with a radical radio show called, you guessed it, "Dear White People."

"Love and Basketball"
Gina Prince-Bythewood ("Beyond the Lights," "The Secret Life of Bees") wrote and directed this awesome romance starring Sanaa Lathan and Omar Epps as next-door neighbors whose love for basketball brings them together over and over again. It doesn't seem like there are many extras on this Blu-ray, but hey, it's finally on Blu-ray!

TV Worth Watching

"Being Mary Jane" (BET, Tuesday at 10 p.m. EST)
Gabrielle Union is back for a second season of this delicious romantic drama.

"Fresh Off the Boat" (ABC, Wednesday 8:30 p.m. EST)
This new sitcom is based on chef Eddie Huang's memoir about moving to Florida in the '90s with his family. Randall Park, who you might remember from a little movie called "The Interview," leads the ensemble cast as the patriarch of the family, alongside Constance Wu, Forrest Wheeler, Ian Chen, and Hudson Yang as young Eddie. The premiere kicks off with two episodes in a row.

"Better Call Saul" (AMC, Sunday at 10 p.m. EST)
Unless you live under a rock, you probably know that this is a prequel about the sleazy lawyer we met way back in the second episode of "Breaking Bad." We'd come to know and even love Saul Goodman, played by Bob Odenkirk, by the time the show ended in 2013, so it will be nice to have him back.

New on Netflix

This dramedy about a United States Army Mobile Army Surgical Hospital in Korea is one of the most popular shows of all time. All time! Check out dreamy young Alan Alda, alongside Loretta Swit, Jamie Farr, Wayne Rogers, and many other fine actors as they try and keep themselves occupied and/or entertained in the middle of a war.

"The Brothers Bloom"
Rian Johnson's second feature-length film stars Adrien Brody and Mark Ruffalo as con men who are planning one last heist. Really, it's the last one ever. Seriously. They're going to scam this very rich, very weird, very beautiful young woman (played by Rachel Weisz), but things get much more complicated than they bargained for. Rinko Kikuchi steals scenes as the brothers' silent but deadly sidekick Bang Bang.

David Gordon Green's indie drama stars Nicolas Cage as an ex-con who finds himself a most unwitting role model for young Gary (Tye Sheridan), a teen with a truly terrible home life. Can Joe (Cage) help Gary? Can he even help himself?

New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital Only

"Amira and Sam" (iTunes)
This sweet romance stars Martin Starr as a vet of the Iraqi War who, upon his return to the United States, becomes romantically entangled with Amira (Dina Shihabi), an Iraqi immigrant living in New York City. It's playing in theaters now, but hey, who wants to leave their couch in February?

"Big Hero 6" (iTunes)
Our young hero Hiro (Ryan Potter) is a genius who becomes BFF's with a robot named Baymax (Scott Adsit), who was created by Hiro's brother Tadashi (Daniel Henney). After a terrible accident, Hiro, Baymax, and a whole host of other smarty-pantses band together to fight a masked man who has some nefarious plans in store for Tadashi's robots. Find out what all the Oscar-nominated fuss is about!

"Tootsie" (Amazon Prime)
Dustin Hoffman stars as TV actor Michael Dorsey who decides it might help his career to come up with a female alter ego named Dorothy Michaels. (No one told him about the whole gender pay gap thing, obviously.) Sydney Pollack's comedy/drama about gender politics, love, and sex boasts an all-star cast that includes Jessica Lange, Terri Garr, Bill Murray, Dabney Coleman, and Geena Davis.