“Jessica Jones” (Netflix): This Marvel-produced Netflix show returns for its second season with its first new batch of episodes in more than two years. In the series, Krysten Ritter plays a super-strong superhuman who quits superheroing to become a private eye.
“My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman” (available Friday on Netflix): Letterman’s weekly interview show continues with a conversation with activist Malala Yousafzai.
“Power Rangers” (available Friday on Hulu): The very stupid and unnecessary but also kind of fun reboot of the children’s series casts the mighty morphin’ heroes in a dark and gritty-ish new world. Elizabeth Banks camps it up as Rita Repulsa.
“Homeland” (Showtime): “Homeland” is still on.
“The Gift” (Netflix): In this nasty little thriller, Joel Edgerton stars as a bloodcurdling-ly weird man who inserts himself into the lives of Jason Bateman and Rebecca Hall.
“Young Adult” (Hulu, Amazon Prime): The best movie to date from Jason Reitman and Diablo Cody stars Charlize Theron as a sociopathic YA novelist who returns to her hometown to win back her (already married) high school boyfriend. Patton Oswalt co-stars as Theron’s acid-witted drinking buddy.
“Sneaky Pete” (available Friday on Amazon Prime): The entertaining con-man crime series starring Giovanni Ribisi, Margo Martindale and Marin Ireland returns for its second season.
“Brad’s Status” (Amazon Prime): Ben Stiller plays a father who accompanies his son on a tour of colleges on the East Coast in this well-reviewed comedy from Mike White.
“Live by Night” (HBO Now, HBO Go): Ben Affleck’s Boston gangster epic failed with critics and failed at the box office and just failed in general. It was the first directorial misstep from the helmer of “Gone Baby Gone,” “The Town” and “Argo.”
“My Cousin Rachel” (available Saturday on HBO Now, HBO Go): Rachel Weisz and Sam Claflin star in this historical mystery about a revenge plot foiled by a seduction.
“Where the Wild Things Are” (HBO Now, HBO Go): Spike Jonze, director of “Her” and “Being John Malkovich,” made the strangest, saddest children’s film of the decade.
“Flint Town” (Netflix): Riveting new documentary series from Netflix about the Flint, Michigan, police department’s struggle to keep up with crime and a crumbling infrastructure in the water-contaminated city.
“Earth Girls are Easy” (Hulu, Amazon Prime): In this comedy I still sometimes think was all a dream, Jim Carrey, Jeff Goldblum and Damon Wayans star as three furry aliens who befriend a woman played by Geena Davis.