Nate Parker and Gugu Mbatha-Raw in Beyond the LightsAt 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

"Beyond the Lights"
Writer/director Gina Prince-Bythewood's triumphant return is a labor of love worth your love. This romantic drama stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Noni, a self-destructive pop singer who's tired of the limelight and all it entails. An off-duty cop named Kaz (Nate Parker) steps in to save Noni from making a terrible decision, and naturally, they fall for each other hard and fast. Mbatha-Raw and Parker have great chemistry. Plus, Minnie Driver is excellent as Noni's stage mom.

"Watership Down"
Martin Rosen's emotionally devastating animated film, based on the novel by Richard Adams, has gotten a spiffy Criterion restoration. There aren't a ton of bells and whistles on this Blu-ray, but those little bunnies have never looked so good.

J.K. Simmons won an Oscar for his performance as a psycho music instructor who takes on a promising young student named Andrew (Miles Teller). Teller drums like a maniac while Simmons screams in his face and occasionally hurls a cymbal at his head, which doesn't sound nearly as exciting as it really is onscreen.

TV Worth Watching

"Parks and Recreation" (NBC, Tuesday at 10 p.m. EST)
Are you ready to say good-bye to the good folks of Pawnee? Of course not! This one-hour finale will require at least a box of Kleenex, all the bacon and eggs you can handle, and a day off to Treat. Your. Self.

"Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce" (Bravo, Tuesday at 10 p.m. EST)
Bravo's foray into the world of scripted shows, which stars Lisa Edelstein as a recently dumped self-help writer, has been a big hit. Fans will definitely want to tune in to see the season finale, and get a glimpse of what the second season might hold for our heroine.

"How to Get Away With Murder" (ABC, Thursday at 9 p.m. EST)
Last week's episode slayed fans. Is everyone ready for this week's two-hour finale?

New on Netflix

Genre fans and critics went wild for this horror/comedy from New Zealand, about a young woman who's basically on house arrest. The problem, other than moving back in with her family, is that the house might be haunted.

"House of Cards"
Clear your schedule for the third season of this Netflix original drama with Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright. It drops on February 27.

"White Bird in a Blizzard"
This indie drama with Shailene Woodley didn't get great reviews, but Gregg Araki fans will want to give it a whirl.

New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital Only

"Maps to the Stars" (iTunes)
David Cronenberg's latest takes aim at the glamour and grossness of Hollywood and our obsession with celebrity. Julianne Moore co-stars as a washed-up actress with mommy issues who hires a mysterious young woman (Mia Wasikowska) to work as her assistant. The ensemble cast includes John Cusack, Robert Pattinson, Olivia Williams, and Sarah Gadon. The question is how much Hollywood satire and scatology you can stomach.

"My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn" (iTunes)
Director Liv Corfixen gets up close and personal with writer/director Nicolas Refn during the production of "Only God Forgives," his follow-up to the critically beloved "Drive." Corfixen, who is married to Refn, chronicles Refn's anxiety and obsessions, as well as their personal life together.

"Orphan Black" Season Two (Amazon Prime)
If you haven't already joined the Clone Club, there's no time like the present. Amazon Prime has an exclusive deal to stream this mind-blowing BBC sci-fi series, and the second season is finally available. Seriously, what are you still doing even reading this?