MASTERPIECESherlock: The Abominable BrideBenedict Cumberbatch (The Imitation Game) and Martin Freeman (The Hobbit) return as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson in the acclaimed modern retelling of Arthur Conan Doyle's classic stories. But now our heroes find themselves in 1890s London. Beloved characters Mary Morstan (played by Amanda Abbington), Inspector Lestrade (Rupert Graves) and Mrs. Hudson (Una Stubbs) also turn up at 221b Baker Street. Sherlock: The Abominable Bride is a 90-minute Sherlock Special.Picture Shows: Dr. John Watson (MARTIN FREEMAN), Sherlock Holmes (BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH)© Robert Viglasky/Hartswood Films and BBC Wales for BBC One and MASTERPIECEThis image may be used only in the direct promotion of MASTERPIECE. No other rights are granted. All rights are reserved. Editorial use only.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

"A Walk in the Woods"
Robert Redford (Bill Bryson) and Nick Nolte (Stephen Katz) take a hike on the Appalachian Trail in "A Walk in the Woods," which is out on Blu-ray, DVD, VOD, and everything else on December 29. Some of the Blu-ray/DVD bonus features include a featurette on the film's music; the lead actors, director Ken Kwapis, and producers Chip Diggins and Bill Holderman talking about filming on The Appalachian Trail; outtakes; and "Robert Redford's Call to Action PSA," with the legend sharing why it's important to preserve The Appalachian Trail.

"Perfect Guy"
Sanaa Lathan's Leah Vaughn recovers from a painful breakup by jumping into a rebound relationship with a charming stranger (Michael Ealy). When her ex (Morris Chestnut) returns, Leah has to figure out which guy she should trust. (Follow the "X-Files" and Trust No One!) The suspense thriller is out on DVD, Blu-ray, and Digital HD December 29. Extras include a behind-the-scenes featurette, "Lust and Obsession: Making The Perfect Guy," featuring interviews with the cast, filmmakers, and crew.

"Heist"
Robert De Niro, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Gina Carano, Morris Chestnut, Kate Bosworth, and Mark-Paul Gosselaar star in this crime thriller out on DVD and Blu-ray this week. A single father plans a casino heist to get money to pay for his daughter's illness, but of course things fall apart and he and his co-worker are forced to flee and hijack a bus, taking the passengers hostage. (Maybe just organize a community fund-raiser next time.) Special features include commentary with director Scott Mann, actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and writer Max S. Adams; cast and crew interviews; deleted and extended scenes; and "The Making of 'Heist'" featurette.

"Hitman: Agent 47"
Already missing Quinn on "Homeland"? Check out Rupert Friend as the titular elite assassin in this action thriller, out on DVD and Blu-ray on December 29. The Blu-ray includes, in part, deleted scenes; behind-the-scenes featurettes on the fight and action scenes; and the "Hitman: Agent 47" comic.

New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital Only

"Mozart in the Jungle" (Amazon)
Gael Garcia Bernal returns as maestro Rodrigo in the second season of Amazon's New York Symphony dramedy. "Mozart" recently picked up two Golden Globe nominations -- for Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy, and Best Performance by an Actor in a Musical or Comedy. Bernal also won the Imagen Award for Best Actor on Television, so consider streaming both Season 1 and Season 2 to catch up on the buzz.

"Chi-Raq"
Spike Lee's satire of gun violence in America was inspired by the ancient Greek play "Lysistrata," where the women of Greece protested war by withholding sexual privileges until their husbands/lovers negotiated for peace. Here, the battle of the sexes comes to the South Side of Chicago, where the death of a child by a gang member's stray bullet inspires a group of women to organize. "Chi-Raq" is out on Digital HD and On Demand December 29, with the DVD and Blu-ray to follow on January 26. Special features include "The Making of Chi–Raq" featurette; deleted and extended scenes; and a "We Gotta Do Better" music video.

New on Netflix

"Nurse Jackie"
CBS/BBCThere's really no better way to spend New Year's Eve than binge-watching all seven seasons of "Nurse Jackie." Seriously, it's perfect for resolutions -- after you're done watching Edie Falco's drug-addicted nurse Jackie Peyton, you'll know exactly what you SHOULDN'T do in 2016. Netflix has Seasons 1-7 as of December 31, so strap in for a bumpy ride.

"Meet the Parents" & "Meet the Fockers"
Start your 2016 off with a Fockers double-feature. Netflix has the classic 2000 comedy -- starring Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro -- and its 2004 sequel -- adding Barbra Streisand and Dustin Hoffman -- starting January 1.

"Pride and Prejudice"
Let Keira Knightley and Matthew MacFadyen bewitch you -- body and soul -- in Joe Wright's lush 2005 Jane Austen adaptation. Mr. Darcy arrives on Netflix on January 1. FYI, there are a ton of other titles hitting Netflix on January 1 too, so check them all out.

TV Worth Watching

"Downton Abbey" (Sunday on PBS at 9 p.m.)
It's the beginning of the end. The sixth and final season of "Downton Abbey" begins in the U.S. on January 3. How will they torture poor Edith this time? You know when they say not everyone will get a happy ending they probably mean Edith -- and maybe poor Anna again. Mary will be fine, of course, even though she doesn't deserve it. #TeamEdith

"Sherlock: The Abominable Bride" (Friday on PBS at 9 p.m. - then in select theaters)
"Sherlock" leads Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman are returning for this 1.5-hour event, but don't expect their usual modern London adaptation; this is a Victorian-era Christmas special -- you know, 19th century sleuthing, the way OG Arthur Conan Doyle intended. The special will first air on TV on January 1. (FYI, this is the first time both the U.S. and the U.K. are sharing a premiere date.) Then, according to Entertainment Weekly,the movie will be in more than 500 theaters for two days, on Tuesday, January 5 and Wednesday, January 6. If you head out to the theater to see "The Abominable Bride," the episode comes with 20 minutes of additional footage, including a guided set tour of 221B Baker Street and a short "making-of" feature with stars Cumberbatch and Freeman. It's like getting a Blu-ray copy of the episode in the theater as it airs.

"Galavant" (Sunday on ABC at 8 p.m.)
The very best Python-esque musical comedy on television returns for its second season this weekend. There are only 10 episodes airing over five weeks, so it's not a huge time commitment, but every loopy minute is must-see. Bonus for "Downton" fans: This show has Hugh Bonneville, too!

New Year's Eve (Thursday on NBC, FOX, ABC starting at 8 p.m.)
If you feel like staying home on New Year's Eve, there are several options for your viewing pleasure. Ryan Seacrest has Carrie Underwood, Jimmy Buffett, One Direction, Taylor Swift, and many others in the overly titled "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2016" which starts at 8 p.m. on ABC. Over on FOX, "Pitbull's New Year's Revolution" also starts at 8 p.m. with Puff Daddy, Austin Mahone, Jordin Sparks, and more. And NBC has stars of "The Voice," of course, with Carson Daly, Gwen Stefani, and Andy Cohen getting the party started around 10 p.m. on "New Year's Eve With Carson Daly."

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