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TCFHE Press Release: The Shield: Season Seven: The Final Season

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  1. Ronald Epstein

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    “One of television’s finest achievements and a game-changer in the cop genre.”
    -- San Francisco Chronicle, Tim Goodman

    Starring Emmy® and Golden Globe® Award Winner
    Michael Chiklis
    THE SHIELD: SEASON SEVEN
    THE FINAL SEASON
    Debuts on DVD on June 9

    Packed with All-New Bonus Content
    Including Featurettes on Final Season and Last Episode
    Plus 51 Deleted Scenes with Commentary by Creator Shawn Ryan




    CULVER CITY, CALIF. (March 30, 2009) – Los Angeles’ most controversial and corrupt cops are back one last time on June 9 when Sony Pictures Home Entertainment debuts The Shield: Season Seven on DVD. The final season of this gritty, hard-hitting police drama is loaded with exclusive bonus features, including commentary on every episode, plus 51 deleted scenes with optional commentary by creator Shawn Ryan and two all-new featurettes: one, a look at shooting the final season; the other, at being on set for the last episode. The Shield: Season Seven will be released as a four-disc collection containing all 13 episodes for $59.95 SRP.

    The Shield -- a basic cable trailblazer and an all-time classic cop drama -- is centered around a tough crime-infested L.A. police precinct and its elite team of cops who are undeniably effective when it comes to cracking tough cases yet undeniably ‘dirty’ too. The San Francisco Chronicle’s Tim Goodman notes, “With its fearless writing and the ferocious intensity of Chiklis leading the way, ‘The Shield’ reinvented the cop genre. What remains compelling about ‘The Shield’ as it heads into its last hurrah are the gray areas and ethical gradations of the characters that have defined it. Creator Shawn Ryan found in the Vic Mackey character a likable monster. Much in the way that Tony Soprano’s actions conflicted viewers, Mackey’s poisonous mix of God-complex-meets-sanctimonious-criminality is hard to turn away from.”

    Created and by Shawn Ryan (TV’s “The Unit”) and executive produced by Ryan, Kurt Sutter, Charles Eglee, Adam Fierro and Kevin Cremin, the show stars Emmy® and Golden Globe® winner Michael Chiklis (Fantastic Four) as rogue cop Detective Vic Mackey who administers his own brand of justice as he tries to keep balance in the criminal ecosystem of L.A.’s seedy Farmington Division. Mackey and his team -- which includes Emmy® nominee CCH Pounder (TV’s “ER”), David Marciano (Lethal Weapon 2), Benito Martinez (Million Dollar Baby); Walton Goggins (The Bourne Identity), Jay Karnes (The Next Best Thing), Catherine Dent (Someone Like You) and Michael Jace (Forrest Gump) -- write the rules as they go along.

    The Shield: Season Seven episodes:

    Coefficient of Drag
    Snitch
    Money Shot
    Genocide
    Game Face
    Animal Control
    Bitches Brew
    Parricide
    Party Line
    Petty Cash
    Possible Kill Screen
    Family Meeting


    Major plot lines for The Shield: Season Seven
    Shane (Goggins) resorts to kidnapping in his dangerous dance with the Armenian mob. Dutch (Karnes) risks everything by becoming personally involved in a homicide investigation. Pressured to take down Pezuela (F.J. Rio), Vic negotiates an immunity deal with ICE to vanquish Beltran (Francesco Quinn) at last, and the skeletons come tumbling out of the closet.

    DVD Special Features:

    · Widescreen Presentation
    · Audio English 5.1 (Dolby Digital)
    · Cast and Crew Commentary on Each Episode
    · 51 Deleted Scenes with optional commentary by creator Shawn Ryan
    · Featurette: Nobody Expects to Lose, Nobody Expects to Die: The Shield’s Final Season
    · Featurette: Last Call: The Final Episode
    · Closed Captioned


    BROADCAST YEAR: 2008 (FX)

    The Shield: Season Seven has a run time of approximately 619 minutes and is not rated. Artwork is available at Welcome to SPHE Connect. Visit Sony Pictures Home Entertainment on the Web at Sony Pictures.

    DVD Catalog # 28046
    UPC Code: 0-43396-28046-5
    Order Date: 5/07/09
    SLP: $59.95
     
  2. TravisR

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    Nice to see that every episode has a commentary. I can't wait to hear the one on the finale.
     
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    I remember seeing some cast/crew videos on FX with them talking about all 7 years of the show -- was kinda hoping that these eould be included on this set

    Probably holding them for a possible series set
     
  4. Ronald Epstein

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    Very happy to see this coming out!

    What a sensational 7 years. This final season doesn't let its fans down.
     

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