At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's new on Netflix and TV, we've got you covered.

New on DVD and Blu-ray

"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice"
Superman, Wonder Woman, and Batman are ready to come home with you in the July 19 disc release of BvS. The "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition" features an R-rated extended cut of the film, with 30 more minutes of story and action not seen in theaters. Blu-ray and DVD bonus features include the featurettes "Uniting the World's Finest," "Gods and Men: A Meeting of Giants," "The Warrior, The Myth, The Wonder," "Accelerating Design: The New Batmobile," "Superman: Complexity & Truth," "Batman: Austerity & Rage," "Wonder Woman: Grace & Power," "Batcave: Legacy of the Lair," "The Might and the Power of a Punch," "The Empire of Luthor," and "Save the Bats."

"Miles Ahead"
Don Cheadle plays Miles Davis -- and also makes his directorial debut -- in this portrait of the music icon's life, available July 19 on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD. Ewan McGregor co-stars as music reporter Dave Braden, with Emayatzy Corinealdi as Davis's wife Frances Taylor. Bonus features include commentary with director Don Cheadle and co-writer Steven Baigelman; the featurette "The Truth: Becoming Miles Davis"; and the 2016 Sundance Film Festival Q & A with Don Cheadle, Ewan McGregor, Emayatzy Corinealdi, and LaKeith Lee Stanfield.

Check out this exclusive extras clip with Don Cheadle and the filmmakers discussing the legacy of Miles Davis:

"Elvis & Nixon"
Michael Shannon plays Elvis Presley opposite Kevin Spacey as President Richard Nixon in this comedy following the real-life meeting of the two men in 1970. The movie -- co-starring Alex Pettyfer, Johnny Knoxville, Colin Hanks, Evan Peters, and Ashley Benson -- is out on Blu-ray and DVD July 19, and extras include audio commentary with director Liza Johnson and executive producer Jerry Schilling; and a "Crazy But True" featurette, in which the cast and crew talk about the untold story behind Elvis and Nixon.

"Demolition"
Jake Gyllenhaal plays an investment banker who unravels after losing his wife in a car crash. He starts writing complaint letters to a vending machine company, and the messages find their way to a customer service rep played by Naomi Watts. Watch the characters bond over their respective crises when the movie arrives on disc July 19.

"The 100" Season 3
The CW's popular post-apocalyptic series, based on the young adult book by Kass Morgan, will release the 16 episodes of Season 3 on July 19. The DVD and Blu-ray include several behind-the-scenes featurettes, a gal reel, and deleted scenes.


New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital

"Keanu"
Key & Peele -- and the cuuuuuutest little gangsta kitten -- star in this comedy available on Digital HD July 19, ahead of the Blu-ray release August 2. Jordan Peele plays Rell, who is dumped by his girlfriend but finds some happiness when a kitten (named Keanu!) appears on his doorstep. When someone steals Keanu, Rell and his cousin Clarence (Keegan-Michael Key) attempt to infiltrate a street gang to get Keanu back. The Blu-ray release will include a gag reel, deleted scenes, and the featurette "Keanu: My First Movie."

"Mother's Day"
Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts, Kate Hudson, Jason Sudeikis, and Timothy Olyphant lead the ensemble cast of this Garry Marshall dramedy connecting a group of people in the week leading up to Mother's Day. The film arrives on Digital HD July 19, with the Blu-ray, DVD, and On Demand releases coming August 2. The Blu-ray and DVD will include a gag reel, plus deleted scenes with introductions by director Garry Marshall.

"Veep"
The worse things get for President Selina Meyer on screen, the better things get for the HBO show itself: The political comedy was just nominated for 17 Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Comedy Series (which it won last year), Outstanding Actress (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), Outstanding Supporting Actor (Tony Hale, Matt Walsh), Outstanding Supporting Actress (Anna Chlumsky), and Outstanding Writing and Outstanding Direction. See why it definitely deserves the accolades when Season 5 arrives for Digital HD download on iTunes, Vudu, Google Play, Flixster, etc. on Monday, July 18.


New on Netflix

"BoJack Horseman" Season 3 (Netflix Original)
Will Arnett's Bojack Horseman is back for his third season, premiering July 22 on Netflix. Bojack is a star with a hit movie, and he may even win an Oscar. But will that make him happy? The big questions are ahead in Season 3, and you can get a preview here in the official trailer:

"Degrassi: Next Class" Season 2 (Netflix Original)
It's summer, but there's no slacking for Degrassi fans -- you can stream Season 2 of this fifth series (!) in the Degrassi franchise starting July 22. "Next Class" Season 2 follows a group of high school sophomores and juniors, picking up where the first season left off. Netflix also renewed "Next Class" for Seasons 3 and 4, which will have 10 episodes each; they are expected to stream in 2017.

"Liv and Maddie" Season 3
This one is also probably for the younger fans, following the continued adventures of identical twins Liv (a popular TV star whose show has just finished its run) and Maddie (a basketball star whose popularity is on the rise until Liv returns to their high school). Stream the third season of the Disney Channel sitcom starting July 19.


TV Worth Watching

"Looking" (Saturday on HBO at 10 p.m.)
Say goodbye to "Looking" in this feature-length TV movie, which wraps up the HBO series that was cancelled after two seasons. After living in Denver for nearly a year, Patrick (Jonathan Groff) returns to San Francisco for the first time to celebrate the wedding of old friends. In the process, he must face the unresolved relationships he left behind and make difficult choices about what's truly important to him.

"American Ninja Warrior" (Monday on NBC at 8 p.m.)
The impressive and inspiring obstacle course series just earned itself an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Reality Competition Program. Season 8 is now in progress, with the Atlanta Finals airing July 18. Here's the NBC synopsis: "The top 30 competitors from the Atlanta qualifier tackle an even more challenging course that features 10 obstacles, including the Salmon Ladder, Floating Monkey Bars, Clacker and Invisible Ladder."

"Bones" (Thursday on FOX at 8 p.m.)
Season 11 will ends its 22-episode run with a finale called "The Nightmare in the Nightmare," directed by Seeley Booth himself, David Boreanaz. According to FOX, "In the Season 11 finale, the search for the Puppeteer, a serial killer who turns his victims into marionettes, continues, but Brennan can't shake her guilt of failing to catch the perpetrator due to her brief period of retirement." The 12th and final season, featuring 12 episodes, will end the series in 2017.

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