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

"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2"
Welcome to the final Hunger Games. You can volunteer as tribute, one more time, when Jennifer Lawrence's last film as Katniss is released on Digital HD March 8. It'll be out on Blu-ray, DVD, and On Demand March 22. Also, for the first time ever, "The Hunger Games Complete 4-Film Collection" will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on March 22. The Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital include audio commentary with director Francis Lawrence and producer Nina Jacobson; "Pawns No More: Making The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" 8-Part Documentary, "Jet to the Set," and a ton of behind-the-scenes featurettes on visual design, the acting ensemble, costumes, hair and makeup, stunts, and more. If you're a fan, you're covered.

"Open Season: Scared Silly"
It's the 10th anniversary of "Open Season"! To celebrate, Sony Pictures Animation is sharing the all-new animated movie "Open Season: Scared Silly" March 8 on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD, and Digital HD. Boog and Elliot return for this fourth installment, a comedic mystery adventure about a monster in the woods and a crazy plan to scare the fear out of Boog. Extras include all-new featurettes, bloopers, a director's commentary track, and a profile of director David Feiss.

Check out this funny exclusive clip with poor Boog playing dress-up to lure out a werewolf:

Open Season: Scared Silly (2016) Clip - Exclusive

"Bosch" Season 2 (Amazon Prime)
Titus Welliver returns as no-nonsense Det. Harry Bosch when Season 2 premieres on March 11. "Bosch" was actually the first dramatic series to be renewed on Amazon Prime. According to the L.A. Times, Season 2 will draw primarily from Michael Connelly's novel "Trunk Music," but also include elements of "The Last Coyote" and "The Drop."

New on DVD and Blu-ray

"The Peanuts Movie"
Look out, Red Baron! Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus and the rest of the "Peanuts" gang are ready to come home with you on March 8. The home releases come with a bunch of special features, including six all-new "Snoopy Snippets." And, for a limited time, you can get a Snoopy Flying Ace plush toy with DVD, Blu-ray, and Digital HD combo pack.

"In the Heat of the Sea"
Ron Howard's survival story, starring Chris Hemsworth, Cillian Murphy, and Brendan Gleeson, comes out on disc March 8. There's an ocean of extras with the Blu-ray, including "Whale Tales: Melville's Untold Story," "The Hard Life of a Whaler," "Chase & Pollard: A Man of Means and A Man of Courage," "The Real-Life Sequel To Moby Dick," "Commanding the Heart of the Sea," deleted scenes, extended scenes, and 10 "Captain's Log" entries from Ron Howard.

"Victor Frankenstein"
It's aliiiiiiive, Harry Potter and X-Men fans! James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe star in this thriller, which is out on DVD and Blu-ray March 8. The home release includes "The Making of Victor Frankenstein," galleries, and the trailer, with the Blu-ray also featuring deleted scenes.

"Grease: Live!"
They were BORN to hand jive, baby. "Grease: Live!" was a massive hit for Fox and now you can watch Sandy, Danny, and Rizzo at home with the March 8 DVD release. The DVD includes several behind-the-scenes bonus features, including a look at the elaborate efforts behind the live production, and a peek at the actor's transformation into their roles.

New on Netflix

"Flaked" Season 1
Will Arnett and "Arrested Development" creator Mitch Hurwitz should really be focusing on giving us that new season of "Arrested," but -- in the meantime -- watch Arnett in this new original comedy series they created for Netflix. Eight half-hour episodes are coming out March 11. Here's the synopsis: "Flaked is a dry, slice-of-life comedy about Chip, a celebrated long-time resident of the insular world of Venice, California who falls for the object of his best friend's fascination. Soon the tangled web of half-truths and semi-bullsh-t that underpins his all-important image and sobriety begins to unravel. Will Arnett plays Chip, a man doing his honest best to stay one step ahead of his own lies."

Check out the trailer:

"Netflix Presents: The Characters": Season 1
Eight up-and-coming comedians each wrote and starred in their own 30-minute shows, which were then packaged for this Netflix original series, which arrives March 11. The featured comedians are Lauren Lapkus, Kate Berlant, Dr. Brown, Paul W. Downs, John Early, Tim Robinson, Natasha Rothwell, and Henry Zebrowski. In less adult-humor news, Netflix is also using March 11 to release the second seasons of two original kids's shows: "Popples" and "Dinotrux."

Paul Bettany directed his wife Jennifer Connelly and non-wife Anthony Mackie in this 2015 drama about two homeless people in New York City. This is a story of loss, love, and redemption, and it may feel like heavy lifting at times, but it's trying to build empathy for the more than 50,000 homeless people living on the streets and in shelters of NYC. So check out the film starting March 12.

TV Worth Watching

"Of Kings and Prophets" (Tuesday on ABC at 10 p.m.)
OF KINGS AND PROPHETS - An epic biblical saga of faith, ambition and betrayal as told through the eyes of the battle-weary King Saul, the resentful prophet Samuel and the resourceful young shepherd David -- all on a collision course with destiny that will change the world.  (ABC/Trevor Adeline)RAY WINSTONE, SIMONE KESSELLABC's new biblical drama looks, at least on the surface, like it wants to be a more religious network version of "Game of Thrones." Will it succeed? Ray Winstone stars as Saul, first king of the Israelites, with Olly Rix as David, the young shepherd who becomes the next king, with Mohammad Bakri as the prophet Samuel. Apparently this is a very sexy telling of the Bible and showrunner Chris Brancato told The Hollywood Reporter that some of the more adult material may be cut for broadcast but live online in episodes on ABC's website. "This story is an Old Testament [one that's] violent [and] sex-drenched," he said. "It's one of the world's first soap operas. ... You will watch a show that is tasteful but that also tells the story you can read if you want to pick up the Bible." He added, "We're trying to tell the story that is in 1 and 2 Samuel, which has plenty of sex and violence on its own."

Here's an extended trailer to get you prepared:

"The Carmichael Show" (Wednesday on NBC at 10 p.m.)
Season 2 of Jerrod Carmichael's sitcom premieres March 9, with back-to-back half-hour episodes following a special two-hour edition of "The Voice." In the first episode Season 2, "Everybody Cheats," Cynthia (Loretta Devine) sees her Reverend with someone who is not his wife, so the family comes together to discuss cheating and consequences.

"American Crime" (Wednesday on ABC at 10 p.m.)
The powerful second season of "American Crime" ends March 9, so now would be a good time to get yourself caught up, if you haven't already been following this complex, compelling story every week. Season 2 -- starring an A-team led by Felicity Huffman, Timothy Hutton, Lili Taylor, Regina King, Connor Jessup, Hope Davis, and Trevor Jackson -- follows a working class student who accuses several members of a private school's championship basketball team of sexually assaulting him. You want hot-button issues? This season addresses male rape, racism, cyberbullying, homophobia, and anything else you can think of. Why aren't more people talking about it?

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