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 Netflix

"Orange Is the New Black"

It's here! Season 3 of Netflix's crazy addictive prison dramedy is available Friday, June 12. Hopefully you've got tiii-iii-iiime to stream all 13 episodes in one long binge.


Jake Gyllenhaal gets creepy as a freelance crime journalist in L.A. in this highly acclaimed thriller. Catch it on Netflix starting June 10.

"Grace of Monaco"

This one ... was not so critically acclaimed, but sometimes the critics get it wrong, or the bashing just lowers expectations enough that the film is a pleasant surprise. No promises, but check out Nicole Kidman as Grace Kelly, with Tim Roth as Prince Rainier III, when "Grace of Monaco" hits Netflix on June 8.

New on DVD and Blu-ray


Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper make a great on-screen team ("Silver Linings Playbook," "American Hustle") and you can see them again here in Susanne Bier's drama, which is based on a novel about newlyweds in the timber business in Depression-era North Carolina. Blu-ray special features include deleted scenes, "The Making of Serena: The Story, Direction & Characters," "Exploring The Production Design & Time Period," "Following The Screenwriting: Comparing The Film & The Novel," and "Breaking Down The Set: Kingsport Tanners, Train Station & Main Street."

"Kingsman: The Secret Service"

This British spy action comedy -- starring a bunch of cool people like Colin Firth, Samuel L. Jackson and Michael Caine -- had its Digital release last month, but now it's out on DVD/Blu-ray June 9. Blu-ray features include commentary, "Kingsman: The Secret Service Revealed – Panel-To-Screen: The education of a 21st Century Super Spy," "Heroes and Rogues," "Style All His Own," "Tools of The Trade" "Breathtakingly Brutal," and "Culture Clash: The Comic Book Origins of The Secret Service."

"Masterpiece: Forsyte Saga: The Complete Series"

You have not truly lived until you've seen the dark side of Damian Lewis as the sketchy Soames Forsyte opposite a resplendent Gina McKee as his reluctant bride in this epic, sprawling series. The new set is out June 9.

TV Worth Watching

"Game of Thrones" (Sunday on HBO at 9 p.m.)

Seems hard to believe, but it's already time to bid farewell to GoT Season 5. This show usually has a strong close, leaving us begging for more. Episode 10, "Mother's Mercy," is likely to be no different. HBO's synopsis tells us "Stannis marches. Dany is surrounded by strangers. Cersei seeks forgiveness. Jon is challenged." GoT has strayed from the books more than ever this season, but many bells are ringing with those descriptions. Worry for everyone and prepare to feel all available emotions.

"CMT Music Awards" (Wednesday on CMT at 10 p.m.)

Erin Andrews and Brittany Snow will co-host the live June 10 show, which will include performances from country artists Carrie Underwood, Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean, Keith Urban, Kenny Chesney, Lady Antebellum, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Jake Owen, Sam Hunt and Zac Brown Band.

"Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell" (Saturday on BBC America at 10 p.m.)

Bertie Carvel and Eddie Marsan star in this seven-part historical fantasy series, based on Susanna Clarke's best-selling novel. The show already debuted on BBC One in the UK and it'll hit BBC America on June 13.

New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital Only

"Transformers: Age of Extinction" (Amazon Prime)

The fourth "Transformers" movie -- starring Mark Wahlberg, Nicole Peltz, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, and all the Autobots, Dinotos and Decepticons -- will arrive on Amazon Prime on June 13.

"God? The Almighty Question" (Hulu)

Have you ever wanted to know how Hugh Jackman, David Copperfield, Ringo Starr, Sir Bob Geldof, Seal and others would answer the question "What is God?" This documentary takes you around the globe to meet all kinds of people who share thought-provoking answers to the biggest question of all. Available June 9.

"Extinction Soup" (iTunes)

This documentary out June 8 follows filmmaker Philip Waller as he exposes an environmental catastrophe in the making -- the extinction of the oceans' shark population through mass slaughter. "Extinction Soup" spotlights conservationist Stefanie Brendl as she fights to pass legislation to curb the consumption of shark fin soup, considered a delicacy in many cultures, and the impetus behind 70 million sharks being killed per year. Check out the trailer:

Extinction Soup - Trailer from Sidney Sherman on Vimeo.

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