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 Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital

"Wonder Woman"
Get ready to lasso your own copy of Patty Jenkins' blockbuster this Tuesday, Aug. 29 on Digital HD. Gal Gadot and Chris Pine will later arrive on Blu-ray, DVD, and Ultra HD on September 19. The Blu-ray combo pack will include a bonus epilogue called "Etta's Mission," with Etta Candy getting the boys back together for a secret mission that could impact humanity's future. The DVD and Blu-ray both include a blooper reel, extended scenes, and several behind-the-scenes featurettes on the making of the film."Beatriz at Dinner"
Salma Hayek and John Lithgow lead the all-star cast of this comedy, written by Mike White and directed by Miguel Arteta, following people from very different sociopolitical backgrounds who culture-clash at a dinner party. Chloe Sevigny, Connie Britton, Jay Duplass, and Amy Landecker co-star in the film, which arrives on Digital HD Aug. 29, and on DVD and On Demand Sept. 12.

"Goon: Last of the Enforcers"
In this comedy co-written and directed by Jay Baruchel, hockey enforcer Doug Glatt (Seann William Scott) is forced to give up his aspirations after one too many injuries. At the urging of his pregnant wife Eva (Alison Pill), he settles into the buttoned down career of an insurance salesman. However, Doug can't resist the siren call of the Highlanders, so he sets course to reclaim his former glory. "Goon" will be in select theaters and available on Digital HD and On Demand this Friday, Sept. 1.

"Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie"
DreamWorks Animation's fun family comedy -- following two overly imaginative best friends (voiced by Kevin Hart and Thomas Middleditch), who hypnotize their principal (Ed Helms) into thinking he's the hero from their comic books -- arrives on Digital HD this Tuesday, Aug. 29, then on Blu-ray and UHD on Sept. 12. Bonus features include several featurettes, deleted scenes, a Q&A with the stars, lyric videos, and more.


New on DVD and Blu-ray

"Grey's Anatomy: The Complete Thirteenth Season"
Own all 24 crazy dramatic episodes of "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13 starting August 29 on DVD. Season 14 already looks pretty amazing, and it'll premiere September 28 on ABC. So you have about a month to re-watch these episodes to catch up, and also enjoy the bonus bloopers and deleted scenes.

Here's an exclusive deleted scene showing Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd) and Nathan Riggs (Martin Henderson) re-bonding in Episode 11, "Jukebox Hero":"Baywatch"
It's time for Zac Efron, The Rock, Priyanka Chopra, and fellow beach bums to slooooow-moooootion-run into your home on DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K Ultra HD. The 4K and Blu-ray Combo Packs, out Aug. 29, include both the extended and theatrical versions of the movie, plus behind-the-scenes footage on the stunts and training, a look at the "Baywatch" legacy, deleted and extended scenes, and more.

"Inconceivable"
Nicolas Cage, Gina Gershon, Nicky Whelan, and Faye Dunaway star in this thriller following a family that befriends a struggling single mother, and invites her into their home to be their nanny, only to discover that things are not what they seem. Watch the film on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital August 29, with extras including commentary with filmmaker Jonathan Baker, deleted scenes, cast and crew interviews, and the featurette "Behind the Scenes of Inconceivable."

Check out this exclusive behind-the-scenes clip with the director and cast talking about working with Nicolas Cage:"My Cousin Rachel"
Rachel Weisz plays the titular Rachel in this dark, tense romance based on the novel by Daphne du Maurier, out on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital August 29. Philip (Sam Claflin) believes his mysterious, beautiful cousin Rachel murdered the man who raised him, but even as he plots revenge against her, he finds himself falling in love with her. Special features include deleted scenes, audio commentary, and featurettes on the scoring sessions and VFX progressions.

"Black Sails: The Complete Fourth Season"
Climb aboard for the final season of Starz's hit prequel to Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island." "Black Sails" Season 4 arrives on Blu-ray and DVD August 29, and the release comes with more than 40 minutes of extras, including several behind-the-scenes featurettes and cast/producers Q&As.

Check out this exclusive clip going behind the scenes of Episode 407:"Killing Hasselhoff"
Struggling nightclub owner Chris (Ken Jeong) fails to pay back a loan shark and decides the only way to get the money is to kill his pick in the annual "Who Will Die This Year" celebrity death pool: David Hasselhoff. Aided by his friends Fish (Rhys Darby) and Tommy (Jim Jefferies), Chris tries to take down the original "Baywatch" slow-motion-runner and claim the jackpot. The wild comedy is available on DVD and Digital August 29, featuring celebrity cameos from Howie Mandel, Kid Cudi, Jon Lovitz, and "Baywatch" OG Gena Lee Nolin.


New on Netflix

This week includes the start of a new month, and you know what that means: A heap of new titles will be added to Netflix as of Friday, Sept. 1, and several more will be leaving.

"Narcos" Season 3 (Netflix Original)The king is dead. Long live the new kingpins. DEA Agent Javier Pena (Pedro Pascal) will pursue the Cali Cartel, who operate very differently from Pablo Escobar, in "Narcos" Season 3. (Boyd Holbrook's Steve Murphy will not be returning.) It's time for the rise of a new empire, so see how that goes down this Friday.

"Resurface" (Netflix Original)This Netflix documentary, streaming September 1, follows veterans who find like-minded souls in Operation Surf, a surfing program that helps military vets suffering from physical and mental trauma.

"Little Evil" (Netflix Original)Adam Scott and Evangeline Lilly star in this horror-comedy from Eli Craig. "Meet Gary. He just married Samantha, the woman of his dreams. There's one problem, his stepson is the antichrist." Hate when that happens! Owen Atlas, Clancy Brown, Tyler Labine, Donald Faison, Chris D'Elia, and Bridget Everett co-star in the Netflix original movie, arriving September 1.

  • "Jaws" (1975)
  • "Jaws 2" (1978)
  • "Jaws 3" (1983)
  • "Jaws: The Revenge" (1987)

Summer is almost ending, but you have just enough time to binge four "Jaws" movies, which all arrive on Netflix starting September 1.

Two Disney movies will also be available as of Sept. 1. Stream 'em while they're hot, 'cause it's not clear what Disney plans to do when its new streaming service is up:

TV Worth Watching

"Twin Peaks: The Return" (Sunday on Showtime at 8 p.m.)
Love it, hate it, or just confused by it, the limited series return of "Twin Peaks" is ending this Sunday, Sept. 3, with both Episode 17 and Episode 18 airing back-to-back on Showtime.

"Power" Season 4 (Sunday on Starz at 9 p.m.)
It's also finale night for "Power," with Season 4, Episode 10 titled "You Can't Fix This." Here's the synopsis: "Ghost and Tommy seek retribution after tragedy befalls the St. Patrick family; Tasha tries to keep things together at home; Angela attempts to figure out what Ghost is hiding." If there's any kind of cliffhanger, don't worry: Starz already renewed the Omari Hardwick series for Season 5.

"American Experience: Walt Disney" (Tuesday on PBS at 8 p.m.)
There are a few other season finales this week, before the start of the Fall 2017-2018 TV season, but that's not the only thing worth watching. There are also specials like this, which actually first aired in 2015. PBS is bringing it back August 29, sharing the life and legacy of Walt Disney, from his creation of Mickey Mouse through the making of his first full-length animated film, "Snow White." The two-hour doc (which you can actually stream right now, if you're ready) airs Tuesday night, right before "Frontline" re-airs its own special, "League of Denial: The NFL's Concussion Crisis."

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