Television series released on DVD this week include:
v “Helix”: An isolated Arctic research station develops a gruesome pandemic, plunging disease-control specialists into horrific battles. Includes pilot and finale commentaries, plus featurettes. $56 DVD/$66 Blu-ray+digital, from Sony.
v “The Bridge” (2013 FX drama): U.S. cop Diane Kruger and Mexico’s Demian Bichir investigate a corpse left at the border, with pilot commentary, plus creation, location featurettes; Season 2 starts on FX July 9; $40, Fox.
v “The Bridge” (2011 European original): Odd-couple cops from Denmark, Sweden team up in “Broen”/“Bron,” with multi-language dialogue, English subtitles, plus cast and crew interviews; $50, MHz Networks.
v “Witches of East End”: Julia Ormond shares family’s supernatural secrets with grown daughters. Includes extras; Season 2 starts Sunday on Lifetime; $30, Fox.
v “Ray Donovan”: Liev Schreiber’s intense Hollywood “fixer” should address the lack of extras here; Showtime’s Season2 starts July 13; $56 DVD/ $77 Blu-ray, Showtime.
“So You Think You Can Dance” (8 p.m., Fox): The auditions are over and we finally have our Top 20 contestants on “So You Think You Can Dance.” Tonight, they bust their best moves in a two-hour episode.
“Kate Plus 8” (8 p.m., TLC): The sextuplets are turning 10, which creates a good opportunity to exploit them again with a two-hour special.
“Best Bars in America” (10 p.m., Esquire): Texas craft cocktails are on tap when the hosts visit Austin.
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Diaz takes it off in her new movie
Cameron Diaz does something she’s never done before in her upcoming movie, “Sex Tape.”
She gets naked on camera.
It’s a first for the 41-year-old actress, who described the experience to Esquire magazine as “just a part of the role.” She says her co-star Jason Segel also gets nude on-screen.
In “Sex Tape,” Diaz and Segal play a bored married couple who decide to spice up things by filming a sex tape. After it’s accidentally leaked, they try to get it back.
Film will debut on Springsteen site
Bruce Springsteen will debut a short film on his website July 9.
A poster of the film “Hunter of Invisible Game” appeared on the singer’s website Monday. The film is a collaboration with Thom Zimny, who has directed, produced and edited a number of live Springsteen concert videos.
Exhibitions open at art gallery
The opening reception for “The Lucky Ten Series” by Chris Ross, and a “Tribute to Emil Perunko” will be July 12 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Trumbull Art Gallery, 158-62 Park Ave. Both shows will be open for viewing until Aug. 8. Gallery hours are noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Call 330-395-4876 for information.