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

"Shaun the Sheep"
It's time to join the flock! The geniuses behind "Wallace & Gromit" and "Chicken Run" are back with the warm, funny "Shaun the Sheep" movie, which is out on Digital HD November 10 and Blu-ray/DVD on November 24. Shaun's adventure in the big city was adored by critics, who gave it a 99 percent "fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The Digital, Blu-ray and DVD releases all come with multiple special features, including a "Making the Shaun Movie" featurette, "Meet the Characters," "Join Shaun Behind the Scenes," "Meet the Crew," and a parody poster gallery.

Here's an exclusive clip behind-the-scenes, showing how they made the models: Shaun the Sheep EXCLUSIVE - "Fitting In"

"American Ultra"
This fast-paced stoner spy comedy -- starring Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart, reuniting from "Adventureland" -- is out on Digital November 10, with the on disc/on demand release November 24. Jesse plays Mike, a hapless stoner, whose life with his live-in girlfriend, Phoebe (KStew), is suddenly turned upside down when his secret past as a lethal sleeper agent comes back to haunt him.

"No Escape"
Owen Wilson, Lake Bell, and Pierce Brosnan star in this action thriller, out November 13 on digital, with the on disc/demand release following on November 24. American businessman Jack Dwyer, his wife Annie, and their two young daughters arrive in Southeast Asia to begin a new life, but the timing is pretty bad since they find themselves in the middle of a political uprising, with armed rebels ordered to kill any foreigners that they encounter. So Jack has to try and save himself and his family from the violence that surrounds them.

New on DVD and Blu-ray"Trainwreck"
This Amy Schumer comedy is awesome enough on its own, but the bonus materials sound amazing. The Blu-ray and DVD both include the unrated version, deleted scenes, a gag reel, "The Secrets of the Wu," and feature commentary with director Judd Apatow, writer/star Amy Schumer, and associate producer Kim Caramele. The Blu-ray alone also has extended and alternate scenes; a behind-the-scenes "making of" feature following Apatow, Schumer, Bill Hader, Norman Lloyd, Tilda Swinton, Daniel Radcliffe, and the rest of the cast; "Directing Athletes: A Blood Sport," with the athletes talking about their experiences, "The Dogwalker," with Daniel Radcliffe playing the dogwalker in the film that Amy and Steven go see at the theater; and a "Trainwreck Comedy Tour" featurette.

"Terminator: Genisys"
OK, so it wasn't the best "Terminator" in the series. It's still worth seeing for Ahhhnold, the Khaleesi, and Jai Courtney, aka Not Tom Hardy But Close. The Blu-ray 3D and Blu-ray Combo Packs with Digital HD feature nearly an hour of bonus content, with behind-the-scenes interviews with the cast and filmmakers, including James Cameron, director of the first two "Terminator" movies. There's also a visual effects featurette and a bonus about casting the movie, with the actors talking about filling iconic roles.

"Stars Wars" Blu-ray Steelbook EditionsThere have been multiple releases of the first six "Star Wars" movies, including the repackaged "Star Wars: The Complete Saga" on October 13. But in case you want ALL OF THEM, you can pick up the six new Blu-ray steelbook editions on November 10. Episode 1 has Darth Maul on the cover; Episode 2 has Yoda; Episode III's got your boy General Grievous; Episode IV has the Force of Darth Vader; Episode V rocks a Stormtrooper, and Episode VI is fronted by Darth Sidious, aka Emperor Palpatine. And you already know this, but Episode VII opens in theaters on December 18.

New on Netflix

"With Bob and David"
Bob Odenkirk and David Cross are back with a new Netflix Original series premiering November 13. The sketch comedy show includes a lot of the same team as the '90s series "Mr. Show with Bob and David," but this is meant to be "lighter" and "faster" with a different structure.

Check out the trailer:
"Anna Karenina"
You should really read the Tolstoy novel, but if you want some supporting visuals starring modern celebs, the 2012 Keira Knightley movie hits Netflix November 12. Joe Wright's adaptation of the Russian novel has an all-star cast, including Jude Law, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander, Matthew Macfadyen, Kelly Macdonald, and Oskar McNamara.

"John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid"
Netflix starts streaming another original stand-up gig this week, starring "Saturday Night Live" and "Mulaney" alum John Mulaney. As Netflix teases, "Armed with boyish charm and a sharp wit, the former 'SNL' writer offers sly takes on marriage, his beef with babies and the time he met Bill Clinton."

TV Worth Watching

"Into the Badlands" (Sunday on AMC at 10 p.m.)AMC's new round of martial arts badassery follows a warrior and a young boy who journey through a dangerous feudal land together seeking enlightenment. Morgan kinda went on this journey last week on "The Walking Dead," but see how this turns out. FYI, because "Into the Badlands" is premiering right behind TWD on November 15, it's pushing "Talking Dead" back an hour.

"Uncorked" (Tuesday on Esquire at 10 p.m.)
Esquire Network's brand spankin' new series follows the 9 p.m. season premiere of "Knife Fight," and -- as the title suggests -- it's for wine-lovers. "Uncorked" follows six aspiring master sommeliers from New York as they prepare for the Court of Masters Sommelier exam.

"South Park" (Wednesday on Comedy Central at 10 p.m.)
Not sure if you noticed, but "South Park" is having a moment. Again. Every Wednesday night brings another offering of the smartest, funniest, most timely and thought-provoking satire on TV right now. Both sides are getting skewered, as usual, but the PC angle is painfully brilliant. (See what happens when you get a Whole Foods?) Entertainment Weekly just called Season 19 "the best season in a decade," but don't take it from them or us, take it from your own eyes and ears. That boogers and ... you know ... song alone is worthy of some kind of Emmy.

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