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
"A Most Violent Year"
The DVD and Blu-ray package for this Oscar Isaac/Jessica Chastain crime drama includes some cool features, including commentary from writer/director J.C. Chandor; a featurette going "Behind the Violence"; "A Conversation with Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac"; "The Contagious Nature of Violence: The Origins of A Most Violent Year"; and the intriguingly titled, "We Can Cure Violence Public Service Announcement."
"Inside Amy Schumer"
You can get the first two seasons -- 20 episodes -- of Amy Schumer's Comedy Central show on April 7, which gives you just enough time to prepare for the April 21 premiere of Season 3. The Seasons 1 and 2 package includes outtakes and deleted scenes, commentary on select episodes and a photo gallery.
Marion Cotillard won several best actress awards for playing a Polish immigrant pushed into a life of prostitution when she arrives at Ellis Island. The drama, released on DVD/Blu-ray on April 7, co-stars Joaquin Phoenix and Jeremy Renner. Special features include commentary with writer/director James Gray and a featurette called "The Visual Inspiration of The Immigrant."
TV Worth Watching
"Better Call Saul"(Monday on AMC at 10 p.m.)
It's already time to hang up on the first season of Bob Odenkirk's "Better Call Saul." As a bonus, the "Breaking Bad" spinoff's entire first season will be available on Netflix in the U.S. once the finale, "Marco," airs April 6 on AMC.
"Louie" (Thursday on FX at 10:30 p.m.)
The fifth season of Louis C.K.'s darkly funny FX series starts on April 9. "Pot Luck," the first of Season 5's five episodes, follows Louie's adventures at a pot luck dinner. That may sound tame, but nothing with Louie stays tame.
"Game of Thrones"(Sunday on HBO at 9 p.m. EST)
It's finally here. Send a raven: "Game of Thrones" Season 5 starts April 12 with "The Wars to Come." In the premiere, Cersei and Jaime Lannister try to adjust to a world without their father Tywin; Varys reveals a conspiracy to Tyrion Lannister; Daenerys Targaryen faces a new threat to her rule; and Jon Snow is caught between two kings. Can't say Jon Snow knows nothing - he knows he's in a bad spot.
New on Netflix
The big premiere! All 13 episodes of this Netflix original series will be available for binge-watching on April 10. Charlie Cox plays Matt Murdock, a blind lawyer who becomes the crime-fighting Marvel Comics hero Daredevil. Deborah Ann Woll, Rosario Dawson, and Vincent D'Onofrio co-star in the new series.
"Halt and Catch Fire"
The first season of AMC's computer drama will be released via Netflix on April 8, which is well before the DVD/Blu-ray release date of May 5. Season 2 starts May 31, so you have plenty of time to catch up on the story.
Elijah Wood's wonderfully absurdist comedy moved to FXX for Season 4, which marked the end of the series. You can bark goodbye to all 10 episodes of the final season on Netflix, DVD, Blu-ray, and Hulu starting April 7.
New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital Only
The Jennifer Aniston drama comes out on DVD, Blu-ray and Netflix on April 21, but you can stream it this week on iTunes starting April 10.
The British TV miniseries "Wolf Hall" - starring Damian Lewis as King Henry VIII, Mark Rylance as Thomas Cromwell and Claire Foy as Anne Boleyn - premiered last night (Sunday, April 5) as a Masterpiece series on PBS. But if you were watching something else at 10 p.m., you can catch up On Demand or through iTunes, which is posting individual episodes or offering a full season pass for $14.99.
"Louie" (Amazon Prime)
If you still need to catch up on "Louie" Season 4, never mind Season 5 (see above), Amazon Prime is adding the fourth season on April 10.