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Television's most heart-pounding and intensely suspenseful cop drama is back when Fox Home Entertainment releases The Shield Season Four DVD Collection on December 27, 2005. In the highest rated season yet of TV's most innovative and controversial cop dramas, Emmy® Award-winner Michael Chiklis is back as Vic Mackey, "still the baddest cop in creation" (Detroit Free Press) and Emmy® Award-nominee for Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama, Glenn Close "is terrific as [Monica] Rawling, in or out of uniform" (New York Magazine). Timed to coincide with the show's fifth season debut on FX, The Shield Season Four DVD Collection includes all 13 episodes from the show's fourth season as a four-disc set fully-loaded with bonus features including episode commentaries and deleted scenes. The Shield Season Four DVD Collection will be available for a suggested retail price of $59.98 U.S/$89.98 Canada.

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From its premiere on March 12, 2002, FX's original series The Shield has redefined the traditional police drama and earned its reputation as one of television's most critically acclaimed series. The Shield has made history by earning six Primetime Emmy® Award nominations, including a 2002 win for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series (Michael Chiklis,), marking the first year in Emmy history that a basic cable drama series ever scored nominations in three major categories and the most nods ever for a basic cable drama. The Shield has also been nominated for four Golden Globes® since its debut, and in 2003 Michael Chiklis took home the Golden Globe for Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Drama and the show won for Best Television Series – Drama.

The Shield Season Four Synopsis:

Life at the Barn may never be the same after the Strike Team is dissolved and Vic and Shane are assigned to regular detective duty. Captain Aceveda is also leaving to begin his new job on the City Council. Any hope that Detective Claudette Wyms had of assuming Aceveda's command is dashed when another female, Monica Rawling, is chosen as the new captain. Although Vic often clashed with Aceveda, he quickly realizes that Captain Rawling also has her own agenda—one that not only shakes up the gangs on the streets, but causes friction among many of the detectives, as well.

The Shield Season Four DVD Episodes And Special Features: Episodes of The Shield are compiled on four dual-layered discs (episodes 1-9 are full frame, episode 10 is in widescreen). Each episode is presented with English Dolby Surround, with English and Spanish subtitles.

The following is the breakdown for each disc:

Disc One:

Episodes:

- The Cure

- Grave

- Bang

- Doghouse

Additional Bonus Features:

- Running commentary on The Cure by Shawn Ryan, Benito Martinez, CCH Pounder and Glen Mazzara

- Running commentary on Grave by Kurt Sutter, Katey Sagal, David Snell, Kenny Johnson and Benito Martinez

- Running commentary on Bang by Catherine Dent, Michael Jace, Scott Rosenbaum and Guy Ferland

- Cold Cases –Ten deleted scenes from all four episodes with optional commentary by Shawn Ryan

Disc Two:

Episodes:

- Tar Baby

- Insurgents

- Hurts

- Cut Throat

Additional Bonus Features:

- Running commentary on Tar Baby by Anthony Anderson, Michael Chiklis, Michael Pena and Jay Karnes

- Running commentary on Cut Throat by Kenny Johnson, Cathy Cahlin Ryan, Dean White, Randy Huggins and Jennifer Richmond

- Cold Cases – Fourteen deleted scenes from Tar Baby, Hurts and Cut Throat with optional commentary by Shawn Ryan

Disc Three:

Episodes:

- String Theory

- Back In The Hole (16x9 – Widescreen)

- A Thousand Deaths

- Judas Priest

Additional Bonus Features:

- Running commentary on Back In The Hole (featuring Glenn Close) by Elizabeth Craft, Sarah Fain, Michael Chiklis, Anthony Anderson and Benito Martinez (extended version)

- Running commentary on A Thousand Deaths by Cathy Cahlin Ryan, Jay Karnes, David Marciano, David Snell and Adam Fierro

- Cold Cases – Seven deleted scenes from String Theory, A Thousand Death, and Judas Priest with optional commentary by Shawn Ryan

Disc Four:

Episodes:

- Ain't That A Shame

Additional Bonus Features:

- Running commentary on Ain't That A Shame by Glenn Close, Stephen Kay, Shawn Ryan, CCH Pounder, Catherine Dent and Kevin Cremin

- Documentary

- Six Deleted scenes with optional commentary by Shawn Ryan

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