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 Revenant"

Leonardo DiCaprio won an Oscar, and broke Twitter, for his role as explorer Hugh Glass in "The Revenant," which makes its debut on Digital HD on March 22, with the DVD and Blu-ray to follow on April 19. As you probably know, the movie picked up three Oscars, including Best Actor for Leo, Best Director for Alejandro G. Iñárritu, and Best Cinematography. It led this year's Academy Award nominations with 12 nods, including one for Tom Hardy as Best Supporting Actor.

"The Forest"

Natalie Dormer is seeing double this week, with the DVD release of the final "Hunger Games" movie (see below) and the Digital HD debut of her horror film "The Forest" on March 22. This film follows a young woman's hunt for her missing sister in Japan's Aokigahara Forest; it's out on DVD, Blu-ray, and On Demand April 12. Extras, including for the digital release, include feature commentary with director Jason Zada, storyboards, galleries, and the featurette "Exploring The Forest." In that behind-the-scenes feature, the cast and filmmakers discuss what drew them to the project, the history behind the Aokigahara Forest, the characterizations, visual effects, and lore of the infamous Yurei.

New on DVD and Blu-ray

"Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2"

If you want to bring Katniss home, the odds are in your favor this week. The final "Hunger Games" movie, "Mockingjay - Part 2," recently had its digital release, and it's available on Blu-ray and DVD on March 22. Bonus features include audio commentary with director Francis Lawrence and producer Nina Jacobson, an eight-part documentary, and more. Also, "The Hunger Games Complete 4-Film Collection" is out on Blu-ray and DVD on March 22, featuring more than 14 hours of bonus content. This puppy comes with 12 never-before-seen deleted scenes from "The Hunger Games"; six deleted scenes from "Catching Fire," including one never-before-seen; nine deleted scenes from "Mockingjay - Part 1"; two all-new featurettes, "Picturing Panem" and "Capitol Cuisine"; 70 additional featurettes for the Blu-ray and 69 for the DVD; plus audio commentaries, music videos, and more.

"Fear the Walking Dead"

As "The Walking Dead" Season 6 winds down, AMC's companion series, "Fear the Walking Dead," prepares to rise again. Season 2 premieres Sunday, April 10, and on March 22 you can pick up the special edition version of "Fear the Walking Dead: The Complete First Season." The two-disc sets, in collectible packaging, include five deleted scenes, seven newly produced featurettes, and audio commentaries on every episode.

"Daddy's Home"

Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg play dueling daddies in this comedy, which is out on disc this week. The Blu-ray Combo Pack with Digital HD features more than 45 minutes of bonus content, including extended and deleted scenes, a blooper reel, "The Making of Daddy's Home," a featurette on the child actors who play Dylan and Megan, a "Daddy-Off" interview with Will and Mark, a behind-the-scenes look at the Daddy Daughter Dance, and more.

TV Worth Watching

"Dancing With the Stars" Season 22 (Monday on ABC at 8 p.m.)

Three football players. Three nostalgia TV stars. Zero Houghs. The spring season of DWTS promises to be an interesting one. "Grumpy" Len Goodman is back as head judge to criticize 12 celebs who are probably wondering why they signed up for this nerve-racking torture. For the Mirror Ball trophy, of course! And a decent paycheck. Here's hoping ANTM's Nyle DiMarco picks up his second reality show win.

"Grantchester" Season 2 (Sunday on PBS at 9 p.m.)

Here's another one for the list of things to watch now that "Downton Abbey" is gone. Hopefully you watched the charming -- but surprisingly deep and moving -- first season of "Grantchester," 'cause Season 2 airs March 27-May 1 on Masterpiece on PBS. James Norton is back as handsome Reverend Sidney Chambers, with Robson Green returning as his rough-around-the-edges partner in crime, Inspector Geordie Keating. Watch them bring justice and spiritual nourishment to early 1950s England, and see if Sidney will ever find The Right Girl.

"Portlandia" Season 6 (Thursday on IFC at 10 p.m.)

It's time to put a bird on the sixth season of "Portlandia." The 10th episode is called "Noodle Monster," and here is IFC's synopsis: "A tsukemen ramen monster is on the loose in Portland. The mayor tries to impress a major brand visiting Portland and enlists Fred and Carrie to help."

New on Netflix

"A Promise" (2013)

Rebecca Hall, Alan Rickman, and Richard "Robb Stark" Madden star in this 2013 drama, available on Netflix starting March 24. The story is set in the early 20th century, following the love triangle of an ailing factor owner (Rickman), his young bride (Hall), and his protege (Madden). If you loved the late, great Alan Rickman, you should honor his memory by watching this film, and everything else he's in.

"The Art of Organized Noize"

This star-studded 2016 documentary tells the rise-and-fall story of Atlanta music pioneers, Organized Noize, the producers behind Outkast, Goodie Mob, and TLC. Their production shaped the landscape of hip-hop with their own distinctive sound, which was created in the confines of The Dungeon. The doc features interviews with Andre 3000, Big Boi, Puff Daddy, Future, Ludacris, L.A. Reid, 2 Chainz, CeeLo and more, and you can catch it on Netflix starting March 22.

Check out the official trailer:

"The Forbidden Kingdom"

In this 2008 martial arts adventure, Michael Angarano stars as an American teen who loves Hong Kong cinema and old kung-fu movies (so, basically, a young Quentin Tarantino). He ends up transported back in time, where he joins a band of legendary martial-artists on a quest to free an imprisoned man. The film co-stars Jackie Chan, Jet Li, and Crystal Liu and it arrives on Netflix March 24.

"Trailer Park Boys": Season 10

"Veggietales in the House": Season 3

And just in case you happen to follow these two Netflix Original series, they are premiering new seasons on March 25.

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