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  • Actors: Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, Cory Monteith, Jane Lynch
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Box set, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (DTS 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: October 1, 2013
  • Run Time: 964 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (575 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B009LDD5HW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,164 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Glee: The Complete Fourth Season Blu-ray Season 4 of the exhilarating Emmyr-winning series* finds Rachel and Kurt in New York City, Finn with a surprising new career, Will and Emma at a crossroads and Sue confronting a shocking situation! Meanwhile, tension mounts as the kids in New Directions head for Regionals, facing new challenges. Featuring exciting new cast members, electrifying musical numbers, and superstar guests like Sarah Jessica Parker, Kate Hudson and Whoopi Goldberg, Glee remains TV's most enthralling, most topically relevant show. *2011: Casting, Comedy Series; Guest Actress, Comedy Series (Gwyneth Paltrow). 2010: Directing, Comedy Series (Ryan Murphy); Guest Actor, Comedy Series (Neil Patrick Harris); Supporting Actress, Comedy Series (Jane Lynch); Sound Mixing, One-Hour Comedy Series.

Customer Reviews

Great cast & music, superior productions.
Ms K. Woodson
All said, I still like the show but I dread when a new episode arrives...because I do not know if it is gonna be a good show or bad.
DrJoey
He, and his character will be missed..but the show must go on and it has and I enjoy every episode I watch.
Big Mama

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By MrsGuidoR on November 12, 2013
Format: DVD
Let me first start by saying that there is a strong possibility that I could be addicted to this show, or at least the first 3 seasons. I watch them on a regular basis when I'm in need of some happy-go-lucky background noise. However, and as a strong lover of Glee it pains me to admit it, but they should have ended this show at season 3. The ending of Season 3 was climatic, breathtaking, and hit you like a ton of bricks. Season 4 seemed awkward and forced. I have always been in awe of the writing on this show and the chemistry between all of the characters. The issues that they dealt with were, though oftentimes controversial, very real and raw. Season 4 felt like I was watching a completely different show. Perhaps my biggest "issue", if you will, was the advent of all of the new characters. Unique is a strange addition (she made her appearance in Season 3 and I was shocked to find out that she would be a regular in Season 4). Kitty is (to agree with another reviewer) a more unlikeable version of Sue and Santana. Her pithy banter is strange, not borderline dark/funny like in previous seasons. Arty and Tina seem lost. To me, none of the new cast (post season 3) have the type of chemistry and well, acting ability, that the original cast did. It seemed, to me, that the show outgrew itself. I've always pondered the longevity of shows that center themselves around characters in high school. The core is there for 4 years, at the most, and then you're forced with having a barrage of story lines, all the while still trying to make them seem cohesive. While I will always love this show, I, like many others, have had a hard time adjusting to the original group being separated. There were good "moments" in this season, but nothing like that of seasons 1-3.Read more ›
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34 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Lisa R.N. on August 22, 2013
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Basically, began watching after enjoying "Don't Stop Believing" remake video from pilot. Although considered mostly a "teen dramedy" I strongly suspect older adults enjoyed Season 1-3 due to great song arrangements from different genres and decades and strong acting ability from diverse characters. The show had an overall good message of acceptance due to the diverse nature of characters. Most knew the students did not look 15(exception "Curt") and likely no one cared. There was chemistry between characters, esp. Lea Michelle and Cory Monteith (Rachael and Finn.) The show was funny with it's quirky humor, esp. Jane Lynch as Coach Sue Sylvester. Perhaps her portrayal as ultra-conservative coach of the Nat'l ranked cheerleaders set on destroying "Mr. Shue's" (Mark Morrison)Glee Club seemed more outrageously funny knowing her character's portrayal couldn't be more opposite than her real life (based on interviews). Each character was well-developed. The show took on controversial subjects with each season gradually tackling more sensitive, emotionally charged subjects. Season 4 comes in with a whimper. Realizing many are resistant to change, I decided at least to watch. By ep. 18, "Shooting Star" I realized it wasn't simply due to favorites leaving. There was so much talent in 1-3, including rival teams. Rather than find similar replacements for characters already established, loved by their fans, the creators' should have introduced new characters. High School and/or the world is full of interesting people. IMO, Marley was the only character to rival old standards. The music was less diverse. I never read about ratings, but I'm guessing by bringing in the former characters during the holidays, the ratings were slipping. Most likely, teens still enjoyed. They deserve shows geared towards them.Read more ›
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amanda on August 30, 2013
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I liked this season enough to watch it but don't LOVE it like I loved the first couple of seasons. There are WAY too many characters to have a real story and there's just too much going on. It's also super corny and too much "Trying to teach a lesson" and trying to be too politically correct. Still love the songs tho.
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36 of 51 people found the following review helpful By carol irvin TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 18, 2012
We spend part of this episode in high school in Ohio with the Glee Club. We also cut to New York City, the new home of Rachel and Kurt. Rachel is in school and is having a tough time as the pressure is relentless and the teachers demanding bordering on cruel. Kurt is not in school but is going to try to break into show business. These are the only students who have graduated whom we follow in this episode so it is unknown whether we will follow Finn in the army, Quinn at Yale, Mercedes and Santana wherever they have gone, etc.,

On the high school level we are left with some of the old cast and then get new ones. There is a new female singer with a similar talent level to Rachel's who is probably going to be the new star. Kurt's boyfriend, played by Darren Criss, and shown in the picture here with Jane Lynch (Sue Sylvester) are back and their roles are fairly prominent. So the glee club is reforming with a mix of the old students and new ones, all headed by Matthew Morrison as their teacher.

Does this substantial change in casting work? Frankly it is too early to tell. The musical numbers were all at their same high level so there has been no loss there. I found myself a bit more interested in the New York City story simply because it involves older people who are trying out in the show biz world. I am a bit more curious about that than I am about high school.

Rachel and the new girl both sing Billy Joel's NEW YORK STATE OF MIND. Although they do perfect jobs, I still prefer Billy Joel doing it. That is always my reaction when someone else tries this tune. This remains a problem on GLEE. Not a single student has shown any original song writing talent, like Billy Joel, which is a formidable barrier to those with singing talent. They are always doing covers on this show.
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