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 Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital Only

"Avengers: Age of Ultron"
One of the biggest blockbusters of the year is here! The "Avengers" sequel has its Digital HD release on September 8, with the 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray, DVD, Digital SD, and VOD release coming later on October 2. The Digital 3D, HD, & SD, 3D Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-ray bonus materials include never-before-seen deleted scenes, making-of featurettes, a gag reel, and audio commentary.

"Ferrell Takes the Field"
HBO, and its streaming service HBO Now, will premiere this new comedy special from Funny or Die on September 12. Watch Will Ferrell play every position on 10 different baseball teams in one day. 'Cause, why not?

"The Awesomes"
Season 3 of the animated comedy from Seth Meyers and Mike Shoemaker premieres on Hulu on September 8. The series follows a group of superheroes who step in and replace the members of a legendary but disbanding superhero team. Seth voices "Prock" Awesome, with several fellow SNL stars (including Bill Hader, Rachel Dratch, Kenan Thompson, and Taran Killam) taking on other roles.


New on DVD and Blu-ray

"The Age of Adaline"
Blake Lively's Adaline survives an accident that leaves her incapable of aging past 29 in this fantasy/romance/drama. Eight decades later, she meets a philanthropist (Michiel Huisman of "Game of Thrones") and his parents (Harrison Ford, Kathy Baker) and she's forced to confront her big secret. There are some cool extras with this release, including audio commentary with director Lee Toland Krieger; "A Love Story for the Ages" featurette; "Style Throughout the Ages" featurette; "Discovering Young Harrison Ford: Anthony Ingruber, An Online Sensation" featurette; and deleted scenes.

"American Heist"
Adrien Brody and Hayden Christensen play brothers in this crime drama co-starring Jordana Brewster and Akon. Brody plays older brother Frankie, who took the rap for his younger brother James (Christensen) for a crime they committed together. Within 24 hours of being released from a 10-year jail sentence, Frankie threatens to drag James back into the criminal underworld. Blu-ray extras include a featurette called "Creating a Complex Caper: Pulling off American Heist."


New on Netflix

"Longmire"
A&E canceled the crime drama after three seasons, but Netflix picked it up and Season 4 will premiere on the streaming service on September 10. Robert Taylor stars as Walt Longmire, sheriff of (fictional) Absaroka County in Wyoming, with Katee Sackhoff as sheriff's deputy and Lou Diamond Phillips as Walt's best friend..

"Portlandia"
The 10 episodes of Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein's brilliant fifth season will be available on Netflix September 12. From the origin of the feminist bookstore to taxidermy arsonists, you won't want to miss a minute. But you may want to put a bird on it.

"It Happened Here"
This compelling and disturbing 2015 documentary explores sexual assault on college campuses through the personal testimonials of five survivors. It's available on Netflix September 12.


TV Worth Watching

"Late Show with Stephen Colbert" (Tuesday on CBS at 11:35 p.m.)
Welcome to late night, Stephen Colbert! September 8 marks his start at David Letterman's old desk, and apparently the first show will be supersized, running until around 12:45 a.m. Colbert's first guests will be George Clooney and Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush, with musical performances from Jon Batiste and Stay Human.

"Under the Dome" (Thursday on CBS at 10 p.m.)
This is it. Thankfully. The show that started out kinda close to Stephen King's book and then just went way, way out there is ending its run after three seasons on September 10. Hopefully it ends strong, leaving us with many answers, few questions, and maybe even some wistful nostalgia for the good days.

"Z Nation"(Friday on Syfy at 10 p.m.)
The second season of Syfy's own zombie apocalypse show starts on September 11. Season 1 ended on a cliffhanger for Murphy (Keith Allan), a survivor immune to zombie bites. According to Syfy's synopsis: "In the Season 2 premiere, moments have passed since Murphy triggered the launch of tactical nuclear weapons and it's every man/woman for themselves as the group split up and try to outrun the impending blast. Meanwhile, Citizen Z finds himself battling thawed zombies and unable to communicate with the team, which leads him to make a desperate move that prompts the arrival of a mysterious and deadly bounty hunter." Fun!

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