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

"Pitch Perfect 2"
They're back, Pitches! Watch Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson and company in the aca-amazing sequel directed by none other than the goddess Elizabeth Banks. "Pitch Perfect 2" is out on DVD and Blu-ray on September 22, and both versions feature deleted/extended/alternate scenes, a gag reel, extended musical performances, and the featurette "The Bellas Are Back." The Blu-ray also includes several more features.

"The Journey Home"
Dakota Goyo, Goran Visnjic, and Bridget Moynahan star in this family adventure film about a boy who tries to reunite a polar bear cub with its mother. Luke Mercier (Dakota Goyo) speeds off into the frozen wilderness with the cub in tow, but when a violent storm closes in, Luke's mother and family friend frantically search for the boy and the bear so they can can complete their journeys home. Watch it on Digital Video and DVD on September 22.

Guy Pearce, Cobie Smulders, and Kevin Corrigan star in this comedy about two mismatched personal trainers whose lives are upended by the actions of a new, wealthy (and slovenly) client.

New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital Only"Magic Mike XXL"
Channing Tatum's crew reunites in the sexy sequel, which takes it all off on Digital HD on September 22, well ahead of the Blu-Ray/DVD release, which is coming later on October 6.

"San Andreas"
The infamous titular fault leaves Dwayne Johnson and Carla Gugino earthquakin' in their boots in this action thriller, which has its Digital HD release on September 22. That too is an early drop, ahead of the Blu-ray release on October 13.

"Campus Code"
This sci-fi adventure -- starring Jesse McCartney and featuring cameos from Martin Scorsese and Ray Liotta -- is out on VOD and Digital HD September 22. After Ari (McCartney) falls from a 13-story building and walks away without a scratch, a group of students begin to sense something is amiss on their college campus. On a quest to find answers, they are forced to battle guards, "Griefers," and try to work together under otherworldly circumstances. This is the feature film directorial debut of Cathy Scorsese (Martin's daughter, hence the cameo) and Kenneth M. Waddell.

Here's an exclusive clip, showing part of Ray Liotta's cameo: Campus Code - DVD Exclusive

New on Netflix

"The Walking Dead"
Season 5 started in a Terminus train car and ended with Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) reuniting with his old buddy Morgan Jones (Lennie James) in Alexandria, VA. Binge all 16 episodes on Netflix starting September 27.

"Veggietales in the House"
The next batch of "VeggieTales in the House" episodes are coming out September 25. This Netflix original series is part of a deal with DreamWorks, bringing back the popular VeggieTales characters and adding fresh new aces. The first five eps came out back in November, then five more in January, then five more in April. Now it's time to see what's next for Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber and friends.

Binge-watch the first season of FOX's addictive crime series, based on the Batman DC Comics characters, starting September 21. That's also when Season 2 premieres, so you can go right from streaming Season 1 into watching Season 2 "live."

TV Worth Watching"Scream Queens" (Tuesday on FOX at 8 p.m.)
Ryan Murphy is at it again with another horror anthology, and like "American Horror Story," this one features the lovely Emma Roberts. Unlike AHS, "Scream Queens" is more comedy than drama. Season 1 follows a series of murders involving a college sorority. The all-star cast also includes Jamie Lee Curtis, Lea Michele, Ariana Grande and about a dozen more famous people. Watch the premiere on September 22.

"The Muppets" (Tuesday on ABC at 8 p.m.)
A ton of stuff is premiering this week and at the same time as "Scream Queens" is something very different, the new Muppet show! Watch Kermit and Piggy try to move on after an awkward breakup while they also work together on a late night talk show.

"Survivor" (Wednesday on CBS at 8 p.m.)
Season 31, "Survivor: Cambodia - Second Chance," brings back 20 fan favorites to compete for another shot at the title of sole survivor. For once, these really are fan favorites because viewers got to vote for who they wanted to return. Already rooting for OG runner-up Kelly Wiglesworth ... and Chaos Kass. #sorrynotsorry

"Once Upon a Time"(Sunday on ABC at 8 p.m.)
It's time for Dark Swan to rise, dearies. Season 5 premieres Sunday and we're meant to meet Merida of "Brave," head to Camelot, deal with pregnant Zelena, and of course try to rescue Emma Swan from her new status as The Dark One. It's going to be a bumpy ride!

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