A list of titles available for home viewing and streaming during the week of Friday, March 17.
Here’s what’s new on Video-on-Demand, Netflix, Amazon Prime and other streaming services.
Finn Jones is “Iron Fist” in the fourth Netflix superhero series, which breaks the winning streak with a familiar formula and weak action scenes. All 13 episodes are now streaming.
“Julie’s Greenroom,” a collaboration between music legend Julie Andrews and The Muppets, teaches kids music and the performing arts; 13 episodes.
New movies: Disney’s live-action “Pete’s Dragon” (2016), a warmhearted adventure of a lost boy and a furry forest dragon, and Steven Spielberg’s “The BFG” (2016), based on Roald Dahl’s storybook fantasy, are family films with a sense of wonder (both PG).
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Also new: the indie caper drama “Deidra & Laney Rob a Train” (2017, not rated) and the South Korean nuclear-disaster thriller “Pandora” (2016, not rated, with subtitles).
Amazon Prime Video
The sexy South Korean drama “The Handmaiden” (2016) spins a compelling tale of con artists, forbidden love, pornography and poetic justice (not rated, with subtitles).
“You Are Wanted,” the first Amazon original series from Germany, debuts in the United States in both German and English-dubbed versions.
More streaming TV: “Orphan Black: Season 4” stars Emmy-winner Tatiana Maslany playing a sisterhood of clones.
Amazon / Hulu
“Everybody Wants Some!!” (2016), Richard Linklater’s “spiritual sequel” to “Dazed and Confused,” takes on student athletes in a Texas college in 1980 (R).
Streaming TV: “Fargo: Season 2” rewinds back to the ’70s for an offbeat crime story featuring Patrick Wilson, Ted Danson, Kirsten Dunst and Jean Smart; and “Angie Tribeca: Season 2” spoofs cop dramas with cartoonish comedy.
The comedy “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising” (2016) pits Seth Rogen, Zac Efron and Rose Byrne against Chloë Grace Moretz and her sorority rebels (R).
Ethan Hawke is jazz legend Chet Baker in “Born to be Blue” (2015, R) and Christian Bale stars in the rust-belt drama “Out of the Furnace” (2013) with Woody Harrelson and Casey Affleck (R).
Pay-Per-View / Video-On-Demand
Viola Davis won an Academy Award for her performance opposite Denzel Washington in “Fences,” adapted from the play by August Wilson (PG-13). Also on DVD and Blu-ray and at Redbox.
Isabelle Huppert earned an Oscar nomination and a Golden Globe for “Elle” (France, 2016), a provocative drama with an edge of dark humor from director Paul Verhoeven (R, with subtitles).
Also new: the interstellar romance “Passengers” with Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt (PG-13) and spiritual drama “Collateral Beauty” with Will Smith and Helen Mirren (PG-13).
New on disc this week
“Fences,” “Passengers,” “Elle,” “Collateral Beauty,” “Solace.”
Now available at Redbox
“Fences,” “The Edge of Seventeen,” “Bleed for This,” “Solace.”