Army Wives: Complete Fourth Season
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Relive the heart-warming drama of one of America's most beloved series with Army Wives: The Complete Fourth Season. Experience the inspirational stories of four women and one man who are married to those serving in the military as they try to balance family life with the all-encompassing call of duty.
Our tribe takes great pride in the Army while they experience many challenges. Friendships are tested as Denise receives unexpected news. Roxy grapples with her pregnancy and the anxiety of where Trevor's promotion will take them. Meanwhile, Pamela's marriage becomes more complicated, and she deals with the many changes that arise when she jumps into a whole new career. Claudia Joy pursues a new dream of her own, and Roland balances his role as a parent to Sarah Elizabeth with his demanding career and his relationship with Joan, a Lt. Colonel affected by the war.
Own every episode of the show's riveting fourth season in this 4-disc DVD set, complete with never-before-seen bonus features. It's a must-have for every Army Wives fan!
The Lifetime series Army Wives is one of the most immersive and best-acted dramas on the small screen. Season four of Army Wives shows the characters' growth over what has become an extended war in the Middle East, while spouses back home on the base (actually four wives and one husband) try to navigate the trauma and drama and other tolls that war takes. The cast is uniformly stellar, including Kim Delaney (Claudia Joy), Catherine Bell (Denise), and Sally Pressman (Roxy). The standout couple this season may well be Joan and Roland (the excellent Wendy Davis and Sterling K. Brown), who are struggling with Joan's desire to be redeployed--while Roland struggles to be both mommy and daddy to their little girl. Denise faces a true family crisis when her son, Jeremy (Richard Bryant, a tightly wound coil of pain and anger), comes back from combat forever changed--perhaps dangerously so. The direction and writing are excellent, weaving many story lines together seamlessly and making the viewer eager to tune in episode after episode.
The boxed set contains a wealth of extras, including great gags and goofs and many deleted scenes. The best feature, though, is the lengthy featurette called Safety First, which details everything that goes into filming an episode. The location shooting in South Carolina, which lends so much authenticity to each scene, is detailed. And the viewer gets some great inside peeks at the creative process, involving the director, writers, producers, and cast members. Seeing the level of thought and detail that goes into every episode of Army Wives makes a fan appreciate the series all the more. --A.T. HurleySee all Editorial Reviews
• Bloopers, Outtakes, and Gags
• Safety First: From Script to Screen
• Southern Cooking Army Wives Style