The Shield - Season 4

The Shield - Season 4

Director: David Von Ancken, Dean White, Guy Ferland Cast: Michael Chiklis
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The Shield - Season 4 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I started watching this show in season 3, but season 4 quickly became my favorite with the numerous story plots that keep the audience enthralled. With the introduction of Glenn Close and Anthony Anderson, it's no wonder the streets of Farmington are about to blow up. But the thing that kept me most interested was Kenneth Johnson playing Lem. R.I.P.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Out of all the garbage on telelvision this series is hands down one of the best things to ever have happened. All of the other Cop-Drama's on television cant even begin to compare I just cant wait until season 5 is released.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Shield is one of the most gripping shows on television and Season 4 is no exception! It was so tempting just to watch all the episodes in one sitting - I don't know how I manage when I have to wait for the new episodes to air on TV! There are plenty of other cop shows on TV but the thing that stands out to me about this show is the character development shows like Law & Order are so episodic and really neglect to delve into the main characters, but in The Shield the characters seem more real (instead of archetypes) and the longer plot line is way more compelling than an episodic format. Furthermore, the writers challenge social norms and might even make you question our own opinions regarding law enforcement. This show has everyting - action, depth, and a killer plot! The best part about Season 4 was without a doubt the introduction of Glenn Close as Captain Monica Rawlings. Who would've known she could succesfully take on this kind of role? A pleasant surprise! Having Monica and Vic work together was an unexpected but really interesting story arc, and definitely my favorite part of Season 4. Shane's misadventures in the vice unit will also keep viewers riveted. This may be the fourth season but the show is still going strong and doesn't feel old or stale at all.