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.


'Dumbo' (June 25)

Disney's unending march to remake their animated classics into live-action movies continues with Tim Burton's take on "Dumbo." At the struggling Medici Family Circus, the animal caretaker (Colin Farrell) and his two children tend to a baby elephant born with oversized ears. When they discover Dumbo can fly, he soon becomes the main attraction and draws overflowing audiences. But he also becomes the focus of a ruthless entrepreneur (Michael Keaton).

The movie arrives on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD on June 25. Bonus content includes deleted scenes, bloopers, making-of featurettes, and Easter eggs.

'The Aftermath' (June 25)

This romantic drama takes place just after World War II. Keira Knightley stars as Rachael Morgan, who arrives in war-torn Hamburg to reunite with her British colonel husband (Jason Clarke). She's stunned to discover they will share a home with a German widower (Alexander Skarsgard) and his troubled daughter. In this charged atmosphere, enmity and grief give way to passion, sex and betrayal.

The movie arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on June 25 (and is already available on Digital HD). Bonus content includes deleted scenes, commentaries, and VFX progressions.

'The Hummingbird Project' (June 25)

Jesse Eisenberg and Alexander Skarsgard are out to win big in this financial thriller. The actors play cousins who engage in high frequency trading, where millions can be made or lost in milliseconds. They scheme to build a fiber-optic cable straight line between Kansas and New Jersey to give them an edge on their competitors. But breathing down their necks is their old boss (Salma Hayek), a powerful and manipulative trader who intends to beat them at their own game.

The movie arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on June 25 (and is already available on Digital HD).

'Hedwig and the Angry Inch' (June 25): John Cameron Mitchell's groundbreaking film, based on his own stage musical, gets a new 4K restoration from Criterion. The titular lead character, a genderqueer East German rock singer, moves to the U.S. and befriends and mentors a younger man — only for the man to steal his music. Through punk anthems and moving ballads, the movie tells Hedwig's story as they seek to understand their past and gender identity.


'Little' (June 25)

Marsai Martin, the talented young child star of ABC's "black-ish" came up with this new spin on the classic comedy "Big." The story follows a ruthless, overbearing boss (Regina Hall) who routinely torments her assistant (Issa Rae). Then, one day she is transformed into her 13-year-old self (Martin) and faces the horrors  of middle school — leading her to reevaluate her old behavior. Available on Digital HD June 25.

'Pet Sematary' (June 25)

Stephen King's classic novel gets a new adaptation, having previously made it to the big screen in 1989. The story is the same: A doctor (Jason Clarke) and his family move to a house in rural Maine, where they discover a burial ground nearby in the woods. When tragedy strikes, Louis turns to his unusual neighbor, Jud Crandall (John Lithgow), setting off a perilous chain reaction that unleashes an unfathomable evil with horrific consequences. Available on Digital HD June 25.


'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' (June 26)

The animated hit takes Spider-Man to new creative heights. It introduces teen Miles Morales, who gets bit by a radioactive spider. But he's not the only Spider-Man in existence, as he learns when the dastardly Wilson Fisk uses a particle accelerator that rips open portals into other universes. The inventive, gorgeous animation and fresh take on the characters not only made the film a crowd-pleaser, but an Oscar winner.

'Family Business' (June 26)

In this French-language comedy, a down-on-his-luck entrepreneur learns France is about to legalize pot, so he and his family race to turn their butcher shop into a marijuana cafe.

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


'Years and Years' Limited Series Premiere, HBO (June 24, 9 p.m.)

The drama miniseries follows the members of the Manchester-based Lyons family as their complex lives converge on one crucial night in 2019, when Britain is rocked by political, economic and technological advances. Then, the series tracks the lives and loves of the Lyons through 15 years. Emma Thompson also stars as an outspoken celebrity business woman turned political figure whose controversial opinions divide the nation.

'Legion' Season 3 Premiere, FX (June 24, 10 p.m.)

The end of Season 2 of the "X-Men"-adjacent thriller turned David Haller (Dan Stevens) into the big bad, as the dark voices in his head took over. Now opposed by his former friends and love, David enlists the help of a young mutant named "Switch" (Lauren Tsai) whose secret ability is key to his plans to repair the damaged he caused.

'The Loudest Voice' Limited Series Premiere, Showtime (June 30, 10 p.m.)

This star-studded miniseries about former Fox News boss Roger Ailes is led by Russell Crowe, who transforms into the man who molded the cable news network into a powerful presence in American politics. The series follows Ailes as he becomes arguably the de facto leader of the Republican Party through the sexual harassment accusations that led to his ouster. Naomi Watts also stars as former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson.