At a loss for what to watch this week? From new TV, we've got you covered.
New on DVD and Blu-ray
It could take you years to just keep swimming -- just keep swimming -- through all the bonus features that come with this Disney-Pixar blockbuster, which arrives on Blu-ray November 15. The DVD has commentary and the adorable short "Piper," but the Blu-ray special features go on and on with more than a dozen behind-the-scenes making-of featurettes, plus the commentary, "Piper," deleted scenes, and more.
"Better Call Saul"
Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) continues his transformation into "Breaking Bad" alter ego Saul Goodman in Season 2 of AMC's hit spinoff. The DVD, out November 15, features commentary for all 10 episodes, a gag reel, featurettes on the original music, and "Building the Shot," and the "Switch" table read. The Blu-ray includes all of that, plus seven other character and behind-the-scenes featurettes, and four commercials.
Here's an exclusive clip from the bonus features, with Jonathan Banks ("Mike Ehrmantraut") and Mark Margolis ("Hector Salamanca") discussing their careers and the advice they have for young actors:"Army of One"
Nicolas Cage plays an ex-con/unemployed handyman/Don Quixote who receives a vision from God (Russell Brand, seriously!) telling him to capture Osama bin Laden. So -- in this comedy co-starring Wendi McLendon-Covey, Rainn Wilson, and Paul Scheer -- he travels to Pakistan to complete his mission. Watch what happens when the film arrives on Blu-ray, DVD, and On Demand November 15.
New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital
Let the Joker show you more of his toys -- a lot more -- when the extended cut of "Suicide Squad" is released November 15 on Digital HD. (It's out on Blu-ray December 13.) The DC film's extended cut includes about 13 minutes of extra footage, plus a gag reel, the music video "Sucker For Pain, and the featurettes "Task Force X: One Team, One Mission," "Chasing the Real," "Joker & Harley: The 'It' Couple of the Underworld," "Squad Strength and Skills," "Armed to the Teeth," "This Is Gonna Get Loud," and "The Squad Declassified."
You know his name, you know he's back, now watch Matt Damon's return to the Bourne franchise when it's available on Digital HD November 15, then Blu-ray, DVD, and On Demand December 6. The 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD include commentary from the cast, filmmakers, stunt performers and fight coordinators; and behind-the-scenes featurettes on the making of the film's intense stunt choreography and wild car chase.
New on Netflix
"Lovesick" Season 2 (Netflix Original)This British comedy series was formerly known by the charming title "Scrotal Recall," but now it's "Lovesick," which may hint to a new direction in Season 2, which arrives for streaming November 17 on Netflix. In the series, Dylan (Johnny Flynn) discovers he has chlamydia and must contact all of his previous sexual partners to inform them. The story also involves his best friends, Luke (Daniel Ings), and Evie (Antonia Thomas), with Evie harboring a longtime crush on Dylan.
"Paranoid" Season 1 (Netflix Original)
This eight-part conspiracy thriller from Netflix and the U.K.'s ITV follows the aftermath of the murder of a female doctor in a rural children's playground. The series stars Kevin Doyle (Mr. Molesley from "Downton Abbey"), Indira Varma (Ellaria Sand from "Game of Thrones"), Lesley Sharp, Robert Glenister, and Dino Fetscher. Stream it on November 17.
"Divines" (Netflix Original)
In a housing estate on the outskirts of Paris, a shrewd teenager and her wisecracking best friend plan to get rich or die trying by following in the footsteps of a flashy female drug dealer. The French drama arrives on Netflix November 18.
"The 100" Season 3
Stream the 16 freshest episodes of The CW's popular post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama starting November 16. Season 4 is scheduled to arrive sometime in 2017, so you should have plenty of time to catch up -- not only on Season 3, but on the whole series, if you want to start from the beginning.
TV Worth Watching
"The Affair" (Sunday on Showtime at 10 p.m.)
Showtime's Golden Globe Award-winning drama returns for its third season November 20. One of the big twists this year is the addition of a new character perspective -- French actress Irene Jacob plays Noah's (Dominic West) new love interest, Juliette Le Gall. She is described as "someone who is running from her own secrets and who helps Noah process a trauma from his past and understand himself a little better." Brendan Fraser also joins the cast as a mysterious prison guard. Here's the synopsis for the Season 3 premiere: "Haunted by recent hardship, Noah struggles to navigate the challenges of his old life while attempting to adapt to a new one. A new love interest isn't enough to overcome a sense of dread. Someone is watching him."
"Good Behavior" (Tuesday on TNT at 9 p.m.)Lady Mary is back, and the Dowager Countess would not approve of her indiscretions! In this new drama, based on the novella series by Blake Crouch, "Downton Abbey" alum Michelle Dockery plays Letty Dobesh, a thief and con artist recently released from prison. She's trying to keep her life on track, but when she overhears a hit man being hired to kill a man's wife, she tries to stop the job, sending her on a dangerous collision course with the killer. Juan Diego Botto, Terry Kinney, and Lusia Strus co-star in the series, which launches with a two-episode premiere November 15.
"Shooter" (Tuesday on USA at 10 p.m.)
Ryan Phillippe's new drama, based on the novel "Point of Impact," has been trying to see the light of day for a while now. It was set to premiere in early July but was postponed due to the Dallas shootings. It was then pulled from the summer schedule after the Baton Rouge shootings. There are just too many real-life shootings to turn them into entertainment! But, in October, USA announced the new premiere date would be November 15, with Phillippe playing retired Marine sniper Bob Lee Swagger. In the first episode, Swagger is recruited by his former commander to prevent an assassination of the president, while FBI agent Nadine Memphis (Cynthia Addai-Robinson) investigates potential assassins.
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