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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 ON DVD AND BLU-RAY

'The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part' (May 7)

Everything is not so awesome in the sequel to the 2014 animated hit. In fact, everything is bleak in the sequel. Of course, Emmet (Chris Pratt) is as naively upbeat as usual, but their world has turned into a "Mad Max"-like dystopian wasteland after the arrival of LEGO DUPLO invaders from outer space. To fight back, Emmet, Lucy (Elizabeth Banks) and friends will have to journey to unexplored worlds and make interesting new allies. And Emmet may have to discover his inner hero.

The movie arrives on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD on May 7 (and is already available on Digital HD). Bonus features include outtakes, deleted scenes, a sing-along, and making-of featurettes.



'What Men Want' (May 7)

The 2000 comedy gets gender-swapped. Now, it's Taraji P. Henson who can hear the voices of the opposite sex in her head. At first, she uses it to try to get ahead as a sports agent, but soon finds that the new "power" are creating even more problems in her life.

The movie arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on May 7 (and is already available on Digital HD). Bonus features include deleted and extended scenes, a gag reel, and audio commentary.



'The Prodigy' (May 7)

Can maternal instinct stand up to a supernatural evil? "Orange Is the New Black" star Taylor Schilling plays Sarah, a mother whose young son has been overtaken by an evil force. She must choose between her desire to protect her son and a desperate need to investigate what — or who — is causing his dark turn.

The movie arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on May 7 (and is already available on Digital HD). Bonus features include commentary and featurettes.



'The Heiress' (May 7): Criterion's new release features a 4K digital restoration of William Wyler's acclaimed drama based on the Henry James novel "Washington Square." The film earned Academy Awards for lead actress Olivia de Havilland and its stunning costume design by the iconic Edith Head, which is explored in a new featurette.

NEW VIDEO ON DIGITAL, DEMAND, AND STREAMING

'Climax' (May 7)

Gaspar Noé plays agent provocateur once again with this psychological horror dance movie (just re-read how insane that sounds). The story centers on a French dance troupe partying after rehearsal, but their evening takes a dark turn thanks to LSD-laced sangria. It's a wild and propulsive trip that gives new meaning to sensory overload. Available on Digital HD.



NEW ON NETFLIX

'Abyss' (May 6)

The new Korean drama follows two people who are brought back to life with the help of a soul-reviving marble — but are reincarnated with completely difference appearances. You know, that old story.

'Lucifer' Season 4 (May 8)

After getting canceled by Fox, the drama rises from the ashes for a fourth season on Netflix. Still reeling from Chloe seeing his devil face, Lucifer now has to deal with a new challenge: Eve, the original sinner. Does she want revenge for tempting her out of Eden ... or something else entirely?



'Wine Country' (May 10)

What do you get when you mix a lot of wine with Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch, and Ana Gasteyer? A hilarious and heartfelt comedy that just keeps the jokes flowing. The movie, directed by Poehler, follows a group of women celebrating one's 50th birthday, and as the alcohol flows, they begin to question their friendship's and futures.



'The Society' (May 10)

This thriller series is a modern take on "Lord of the Flies." A bunch of teens mysteriously finds themselves in a facsimile of their town, but without any trace of their parents or other adults. Left to their own devices, everything is fun and games until their little society starts breaking down and they must learn how to survive.



For more, see what else is new on Netflix in May 2019.

TV WORTH WATCHING

'State of the Union' Miniseries Premiere, SundanceTV (May 6, 10 p.m.)

This experimental short-form series, written by Nick Hornby and directed by Stephen Frears, consists of 10 episodes lasting 10 minutes each. Rosamund Pike and Chris O'Dowd play a couple who attempt to repair their crumbling marriage through weekly therapy sessions.



'Chernobyl' Miniseries Premiere, HBO (May 6, 9 p.m.)

The five-part miniseries dramatizes the 1986 nuclear accident, one of the worst human-made catastrophes in history. Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgård and Emily Watson star.



'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Season 6 premiere, ABC (May 10, 8 p.m.)

Scattered across the galaxy, the team works to find their footing in the wake of losing Agent Coulson.

'Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men' Miniseries Premiere, Showtime (May 10, 9 p.m.)

As the Wu-Tang Clan celebrates the 25th anniversary of their breakout record "Enter the Wu-Tang," this four-part docuseries looks back on their career, combining intimate and reflective interviews from each of the nine living members with never-before-seen archival footage and performances.