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“Everwood: The Complete Fourth Season”
Wayne Klein
Studio: Warner Brothers
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The fourth and final season of the cult series “Everwood” finally arrives on DVD a mere 5 years after the show aired its final episode. For fans I suppose it was worth the wait but the question that comes to mind is WHY has it taken so long for this series to come to DVD? Is it a perceived lack of demand on the part of Warner or just because their release schedule is so full they didn’t have time to get around to it? The problem with a lot of shows lately is an interrupted/incomplete release schedule. The majors need to either get it done or pass the baton to another small niche studio to handle it (like Shout Factory who did a very good job with Fox’s often delayed “Damnation Alley” ). ***

I’m not going to bother with a summary of the plot—fans that have been following the series and have been watching the DVDs as they have slowly been released will recall the plot threads. Let’s just say that the fourth season goes out on top for the most part with a series of strong episodes and strong performances. The most I’ll state about the series itself is from the press release “the show follows a Manhattan brain surgeon (Treat Williams) who decides to pack up shop and move to the small Colorado town of Everwood after his wife dies.” ***

All new fans should start with season one rather than start here. ---

Image & Sound:

“Everwood” receives a nice looking transfer to DVD from a high def source. I doubt that we’ll ever see this show on Blu-ray and most fans will be quite happy with the DVD’s which look quite nice with good solid definition and strong colors. ***

Audio sounds quite nice as well although “Everwood” is primarily a dialogue driven show but the surround effects although subtle are quite nice. ---

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Final Words:

Fans of “Everwood” finally have closure it’s a pity though that it has taken five years for that to occur.


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