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.

TV Worth Watching

"7 Days in Hell" (Saturday on HBO at 10 p.m.)

Bless whoever came up with this random 45-minute mockumentary about an epic seven-day tennis match. Andy Samberg -- looking more "Joe Dirt" David Spade than Andre Agassi -- and Kit Harington (Jon Snow + comedy = win) are the players, with real tennis stars like Serena Williams and John McEnroe giving commentary.

"The Spoils Before Dying" (Wednesday on IFC at 9 p.m.)

Are you ready for this three-night television event? Not possible! But it's coming anyway. "The Spoils Before Dying" is the comedy follow-up to "The Spoils of Babylon" miniseries. This spoof once again stars Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig, Haley Joel Osment, Val Kilmer, Michael Sheen, Maya Rudolph and more, this time following a 1950s jazz pianist turned private eye who gets involved in a murder investigation. The miniseries will air over three nights -- two hours each night, July 8-10 -- on IFC. Here's the trailer:

"Lip Sync Battle" (Thursday on Spike at 10 p.m.)

The must-see Spike showdown has been on a break since May 28, but it's back with a vengeance starting July 9 with Alison Brie vs. Will Arnett. The rest of the guests are just as awesome (Justin Bieber vs. Deion Sanders?!) and you won't want to miss a single note.

"Masters of Sex" (Sunday on Showtime at 10 p.m.)

Showtime is bringing sexy -- or at least clinical discussions of sex organs -- back for Season 3 of the Lizzy Caplan/Michael Sheen drama. Episode 1 has the great title "Parliament of Owls," and follows Masters and Johnson as they prepare to publish their study.

New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital Only

"Strangerland" (iTunes)

On July 10, iTunes will start streaming four movies that also open on the same day in theaters: "Nowitzki," "What We Did On Our Holiday," "10,000 KM" and "Strangerland." In "Strangerland," Nicole Kidman and Joseph Fiennes play a couple who discover that their teenage children have disappeared just before a massive dust storm hits their remote Australian town.

"Prime Suspect" (Hulu)

Settle in and prepare to binge on seven seasons of the original Helen Mirren police procedural masterpiece. This puppy got an NBC remake, but nothing compares to the British version, with Mirren as Jane Tennison, one of the first female Detective Chief Inspectors in Greater London's Metropolitan Police Service. Watch Seasons 1-7 on Hulu starting July 9.

"True Story"

James Franco and Jonah Hill star in this psychological thriller based on a chilling real-life story. It's available on Digital HD this Friday, July 10, well ahead of its August 4 DVD/Blu-ray release. Hill plays a disgraced New York Times reporter who learns that an accused killer (Franco) has been impersonating him, leading to a fascinating game of cat-and-mouse.

New on DVD and Blu-ray

"Woman in Gold"

Helen Mirren plays a Jewish woman who -- with the help of her young lawyer, played by Ryan Reynolds -- attempts to reclaim family possessions seized by the Nazis. The Blu-ray includes "The Making of Woman In Gold," feature commentary with director Simon Curtis and producer David M. Thompson, and the trailer for the documentary "Stealing Klimt."


In this father-daughter zombie apocalypse drama, Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a small-town farmer who refuses to accept defeat when his daughter Maggie (Abigail Breslin) becomes infected. Special features include a "Making Maggie" featurette, a deleted scene, cast and crew interviews, and audio commentary with director Henry Hobson.


If you like your horror twisted, consider this black market body parts thriller starring Jason London, Daryl Hannah, Vinnie Jones and Edward Furlong. A group of young adults wake up on a deserted tropical island with no idea why they've been kidnapped, then let go, only to be hunted down like animals. Turns out, this is part of a human organ harvesting operation that picks and chooses from the strongest and most fit survivors. Sick! Ramsay Bolton would love it.

New on Netflix

"Chris Tucker Live"

Chris Tucker's new stand-up comedy special premieres exclusively on Netflix on July 10. The "Rush Hour" star is the latest addition to Netflix's comedy special lineup, including Aziz Ansari, Craig Ferguson, Nick Offerman, Chelse Peretti and Chelsea Handler.


Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper -- who can't stop making movies together, not that we're complaining -- play newlyweds in this not very well received drama set in the late 1920s. Check it out on Netflix starting July 9.

"The Secret of Roan Inish"

This one started streaming on Netflix on July 1, but there's not a lot new on Netflix this exact week, so -- in case you missed it -- you should definitely consider checking out this 1994 John Sayles indie set in an Irish fishing village.

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