Shield: Season 4
  • Shield: Season 4
  • Shield: Season 4

Shield: Season 4

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Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The most compelling cop show on television enters its fourth year with a dramatic shift in direction that creates a new dynamic in L.A.'s Farmington District and presents corrupt cop Vic Mackey (Michael Chiklis) with his toughest challenge to date. With the previous precinct commander beginning his first term as a city councilman, hard-charging detective Monica Rawling (Glenn Close) is named captain and assigned to "the Barn." Her number one target is Antwon Mitchell (Anthony Anderson), a drug-running thug who camouflages his criminal activities with high-profile community activism. What makes the season's unified plotline so strong is the relationship Rawling establishes with Vic: she suspects he's dirty, but she also knows that he's effective, and that his Strike Team can surreptitiously accomplish things she can't attempt out in the open. Close makes a great addition to the cast, limning a well-rounded portrait of an ambitious but deeply committed professional. As in previous seasons, the 2005 episodes of this lavishly praised series juggle numerous subplots with admirable dexterity while maintaining the crackling pace and nail-biting suspense its fans have come to expect.

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Sony Pictures
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[Wide Screen]
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Audio commentary on select episodes; 42 deleted scenes; "Under the Skin" documentary; Minisode: "The Jeffersons" - Lionel Cries Uncle; Minisode: "V.I.P." - Loh-Down Dirty Shame

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