Jason Wiese | Culture Editor
Feb. 1, 2016; 6:30 a.m.
Bruce Willis must save the world once again, this time as the leader of a team of deep core drillers recruited by NASA to save the planet from an asteroid rapidly hurtling toward Earth in the third feature film from director Michael Bay.
Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu star in this updated version of the ‘70s series the proved that women kick butt too.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is a firefighter who takes up vigilantism after his family is killed in a terrorist attack.
Where is Scooby-Doo? He’s on Netflix in the first live-action adaptation of the classic mystery cartoon, written by “Guardians of the Galaxy” director James Gunn.
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
Before director Adam McKay was an Academy Award-nominated filmmaker for 2015’s “The Big Short”, he was the go-to guy for directing male-oriented Cinderella stories starring Will Ferrell, including this send-up of the NASCAR lifestyle.
Better Call Saul: Season 1
The conniving lawyer who served as the comic relief on “Breaking Bad” gets his own drama series, with Bob Odenkirk reprising his role as a young “Saul Goodman.”
The Lizzie Borden Chronicles: Season 1
Christian Ricci is the real-life Lizzie Borden, who was infamously acquitted of the double murder of her father and stepmother in 1892. This eight-episode miniseries, which originally debuted on Lifetime, that fictionalizes the events following.
Pokemon XY: Season 1
Ash Ketchum makes new friends and encounters new battles as he journeys to the Kalos region.
Mad Men: Season 7 – Part 2
The final season of the groundbreaking series begins in the 1970s with Don Draper placed on indefinite paid leave from his job as an ad salesman and ends with… well, you’ll see.
Turbo F.A.S.T.: Season 3
The third season of the Netflix original animated series inspired by the Dreamworks film starring Ryan Reynolds about a snail with the ability to travel “fast.”
George Miller’s graphic novel noir is not simply adapted, but brought to life by stunning pseudo-black and white imagery, darkly humorous dialogue and a stylishly grim ensemble cast. It is a bloody, brilliant good time.