Take a look at what's available for home viewing and streaming this week.

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What’s new on Video-on-Demand, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other services.

Top streams for the week

Krysten Ritter is back as Marvel’s most dysfunctional superhero-turned-private investigator in the second season of the Netflix original series “Jessica Jones.” All 13 episodes are now streaming.

Collateral,” a Netflix-BBC coproduction starring Carey Mulligan, is a four-part crime drama about the murder of a Muslim immigrant and the political and social web around the investigation. Now on Netflix.

Jim Sturgess and Agyness Deyn are wary partners in “Hard Sun: Season 1,” a British crime drama set on the verge of the end of the world. Hulu gives the BBC show its stateside debut; all six episodes are now available.

Pay-Per-View / Video-On-Demand

The God of Thunder (Chris Hemsworth) reveals a sense of humor in “Thor: Ragnarok” (2017, PG-13), one of the most colorful and playful Marvel superhero films to date. Also on DVD and at Redbox.

The Disaster Artist” (2017, R), from director/star James Franco, animated feature “The Breadwinner” (2017, PG-13) and documentary “Faces Places” (2017, PG), from 89-year-old filmmaker Agnes Varda, were all nominated for Oscars.


Jared Leto is an American soldier who stays in Japan after World War II and joins the Yakuza in “The Outsider” (2018, not rated), a Netflix original feature co-starring Japanese star Tadanobu Asano and Emile Hirsch.

American indie drama “Gook” (2017, not rated), set during the 1992 L.A. riots, won awards at Sundance and the Film Independent Spirit Awards.

Streaming TV: The third and final season of “Love,” Judd Apatow’s comedy of modern romance starring Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust, is now available.

Amazon Prime Video

The Prime Video original con-artist series “Sneaky Pete: Season 2,” starring Giovanni Ribisi, and cross-border British-French murder mystery “The Tunnel: Season 2” are now streaming.

Get a crash course in the great American filmmakers with “A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies” (1995, not rated).

Amazon Prime and Hulu

A new team of misfit teenagers suit up with alien technology to save the planet in “Power Rangers” (2017, PG-13), the big-screen version of the TV superhero series.


Fantasia 2000” (1999, G) updates of Disney’s ambitious anthology film with seven new animated shorts.


Katherine Waterston leads the mission and Michael Fassbender plays two roles in “Alien: Covenant” (2017, R), the sixth film in the science-fiction series.

FilmStruck / Criterion Channel

It’s cocktail hour on the mystery beat in “The Thin Man” (1934), a sparkling murder mystery with William Powell and Myrna Loy. FilmStruck also has all five sequels.

New on disc this week

“Thor: Ragnarok,” “The Disaster Artist,” “Wonder Wheel,” “The Breadwinner,” “Faces Places.”

Now available at Redbox

“Thor: Ragnarok,” “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” “Lady Bird,” “Murder on the Orient Express,” “The Man Who Invented Christmas.”