arya stark on game of thronesAt 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.

TV Worth Watching

"Critics' Choice Television Awards" (Sunday on A&E at 8 p.m.)
FX's final season of "Justified" and HBO's "Olive Kitteridge" have the most nominations going into this year's live show, which is hosted by Cat Deeley. A one-hour red carpet special will air before the awards are handed out. Check out the nominations. Hopefully there will be some memorable/juicy moments and speeches.

"Game of Thrones" (Sunday on HBO at 9 p.m.)
If you're not into awards shows, or you just want something to cut to during commericals or boring speeches, "Game of Thrones" will be airing Season 5, Episode 8, "Hardhome" on May 31. In this episode, Arya will make progress in her training, Sansa will confront an old friend, Cersei will "struggle," and Jon will travel -- quite possible to Hardhome itself, which is a wildling/free folk village. GOT only does 10 episodes a season and the OMG factor tends to increase toward the end.

"Louie" (Thursday on FX at 10:30 p.m.)
The eight episodes of "Louie's" fifth season conclude on May 28 with "The Road Part 2." In that half-hour ep, we follow Louis C.K.'s Louie as he continues his work on the road.

New on DVD and Blu-ray

"Sons of Liberty"
History's five-hour miniseries -- starring Dean Norris, Ben Barnes, Ryan Eggold, Henry Thomas, Jason O'Mara, Rafe Spall and Michael Raymond James -- is out this week, with more than 30 minutes of extras in the Blu-Ray and DVD. Featurettes include "Lensing Liberty: The Making of Sons of Liberty," "Men of Independence: The Historic Figures of Sons of Liberty," and "The Choreography of War: Creating the Battles and SPFX of Sons of Liberty."

Here's an exclusive clip from the Blu-ray: Sons of Liberty - Ben Barnes on Bringing History to Life

"Ballet 422"
Have you ever wanted to go behind-the-scenes of a major ballet company? "Ballet 422" takes viewers from the first rehearsal to the world premiere of a New York City Ballet production as up-and-coming choreographer Justin Peck creates a new work. Get unprecedented access into this world as Peck collaborates with musicians, costume designers, lighting technicians, and his fellow dancers.

"Cut Bank"
Poor Liam Hemsworth's Dwayne McLaren is stuck in "the coldest spot in the nation" -- Cut Bank, Montana -- and dreams of escaping with his lady love, Cassandra (Teresa Palmer). Things turn south when he witnesses a crime and tries to turn it into a get-rich-quick scheme, but that never works out. Bonus: the local sheriff is played by John Malkovich!

New on Netflix

"Before I Go to Sleep"
Nicole Kidman plays a woman who wakes up every day with no memory, until she suddenly starts remembering things that make her question everything. Colin Firth plays her husband (which seems like a great thing to re-learn each time you wake up) and Mark Strong is her doctor. This thriller is based on the novel by S.J. Watson and it's available on Netflix on May 27.

Catch the first two seasons of USA's law enforcement drama on Netflix on May 26. That should give you plenty of time to catch up before Season 3 premieres on June 25.

"Hot Girls Wanted"
This disturbing documentary follows the lives of five young women (most 18 or 19) in the porn industry in Florida. It's available on Netflix on May 29.

New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital Only

"Results" (iTunes)
Guy Pearce and Cobie Smulders play mismatched personal trainers in this new comedy, which is out on iTunes on May 29, the same day it hits theaters. Kevin Corrigan plays Smulders's wealthy new fitness client, and Anthony Michael Hall, Giovanni Ribisi and Brooklyn Decker also co-star. By the way, iTunes is also streaming "Club Life" (May 26) and "Survivor" (May 29) on the same day they hit theaters.

"District 9" and "Elysium" director Neil Blomkamp and actor Sharlto Copley re-team for this sci-fi film about a childlike robot named Chappie. Dev Patel, Hugh Jackman and Sigourney Weaver also star. "Chappie" has its digital release on May 29, including on iTunes and M-GO, but it won't be out on DVD/Blu-ray, Redbox, or Netflix until June 16.

"The Duff"(iTunes)
This comedy, based on the best-selling book by Kody Keplinger, stars Mae Whitman as a high school senior whose world changes when she discovers she's considered The DUFF (Designated Ugly Fat Friend). She takes action to overthrow her school's resident Regina George-type, played by Bella Thorne. "The Duff" has its Digital HD release on May 26, and on June 9 you can get it on DVD, Blu-ray and On Demand.

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