This weekend, Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill are back on the force and headed to college in "22 Jump Street," Hiccup and Toothless battle to protect the peace in "How to Train Your Dragon 2," the inaugural season of "True Detective," starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, is out on DVD, and the drama-filled "Game of Thrones" Season 4 finale premieres on HBO this Sunday.
Weekend Watchlist: '22 Jump Street,' 'Game of Thrones,' & More


Also in theaters this weekend:
  • In "Hellion," a motocross-obsessed 13-year-old boy works with his emotionally absent father (Aaron Paul) to bring his little brother home after Child Protective Services took him away.
  • "The Rover" follows a ruthless ex-soldier (Guy Pearce) who forces a wounded thief (Robert Pattinson) to help him find the men who stole his last possession in the desolate landscape.
  • "The Signal" follows three college students who believe they have tracked a rival computer hacker to a desolate shed only to lose consciousness and awake to a nightmare.
  • "Lullaby" follows a man, estranged from his family, who receives word that his father will be taken off life support in 2 days. Starring Amy Adams, Garrett Hedlund, and Richard Jenkins.
  • "Ivory Tower" is a documentary that questions whether college is worth the expense, as tuition shoots upward and student debt spirals out of control.

Also on TV this weekend:
  • Music special "CMT Crossroads: Katy Perry and Kacey Musgraves" (CMT, 10 pm ET Friday).
  • Comedy special "Sinbad: Make Me Wanna Holla" (Comedy, 9 pm ET Saturday)
  • Two-part miniseries "The Escape Artist" stars David Tennant as a criminal defense attorney (PBS, 9 pm ET Sunday).
  • Documentary series "Inside Combat Rescue: The Last Stand" (Nat Geo, 9 pm ET Sunday).
  • A new season of the animated series "Superjail!" premieres (Adult Swim, 11:45 pm ET Sun.).