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There are quite a few bonus features sprinkled throughout this six-disc set, the most notable being the three "Real Deal Inside the Episode" segments. These extras examine how hard the talented writers work to create characters that are passionate and continually growing; the demanding process of writing and producing a weekly TV show; and how the creators use music, sound, and visual effects almost impressionistically to create meaningful, memorable moments within each episode. The fairly brief "Conversation with the Kings" is an interesting discussion with co-creators and executive producers Michelle and Robert King about how carefully they craft each episode to advance that week's plot while simultaneously developing each of the characters. There are also a handful of deleted scenes, a 20-minute discussion with the cast and creators that's moderated by Dalton Ross, a glimpse of the season-one DVD release party, some silly behind-the-scenes videos by Alan Cumming, and three campaign music videos that were used in the show. --Tami Horiuchi
This is the best show on TV, year in an year out, since the Sopranos. Such a fantastic mixture of the good, the bad, and the ugly, and all set in the wonderful city of Chicago! Read morePublished 6 days ago by James D. Tabor
Just a great overall show, the ending of this season is why I watch this show, it's just brilliantPublished 10 days ago by S. Granados
Just a great show. If you are interested in a show with twists and turns this is for you.
Have watched it from the beginning and am still watching it!!
I love this show. I love it sooo much I am watching the show from the very beginning again.Published 16 days ago by Mystakul
While I love the story lines and interesting characters, there is a certain amount of the sleaze factor that really spoils it for me. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Adam Brown