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Everwood: Season 4

4.6 out of 5 stars 146 customer reviews

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Everwood: The Complete Fourth Season

Set in a breathtaking small town in the Rocky Mountains, "Everwood" has at its emotional center the visceral and often heartbreaking relationship between a father and son. Dr. Andrew Brown's life changed forever the day his loving wife died. Up until then, he had been a world-renowned neurosurgeon whose career always overshadowed his obligations as a parent. When he was faced with the daunting task of raising his two kids, Delia and Ephram, by himself, Dr. Brown traded in the New York skyline for the vistas of the Rockies to settle in Everwood, Colorado, a charming and picturesque little town tucked among majestic snowy peaks.

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  • Actors: Treat Williams, Gregory Smith, Emily VanCamp, Debra Mooney, John Beasley
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: August 2, 2011
  • Run Time: 966 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (146 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001ULCY48
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,267 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Everwood: Season 4" on IMDb

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By Nicole Smith on August 6, 2009
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This is really a wonderful ending to a wonderful series. Too bad it only lasted four seasons. I thought though for the last season, they stuck true to what had worked for Everwood the whole time. The characters are fulfilled and you don't end the show with a huh? How could they end like that? If you have enjoyed the first three seasons I recommend getting this to complete your collection!
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The third season of Everwood has finally being released, with music changes of course, but oh well. I guess enough people eventually got out there and bought that set because we will soon be able to buy this fourth and final season of the classic WB drama, Everwood. This season contains the final 22 episodes of Everwood:

A Kiss to Build a Dream On
The Next Step
Put On a Happy Face
Pieces of Me
Connect Four
Free Fall
Pro Choice
So Long, Farewell...
Getting to Know You
Ghosts
Lost and Found
You're a Good Man, Andy Brown
An Ounce of Prevention
Across the Lines
The Land of Confusion
Truth...
All the Lonely People
Enjoy the Ride
Reckoning
Goodbye, Love
Foreverwood Part 1
Foreverwood Part 2

The final season stuck true to the tone that the show had established in previous seasons. Each season had it's own themes though and each can be classified with an overall theme. Season 1 was a year of hope and innocence, season 2 and the aftermath of the season one finale found a year of growth while coping with depressing realities, season 3 brought us realistic hope and season four brought us a maturity and understanding. Personally I prefer season's one and three of the show the best but this entire series was as fantastic as a network family/small town drama can get. So get out there and buy the third season set so that we can eventually get the option of owning the fourth.

And for anyone who loves this show and is looking for another small town/family drama I suggest NBC's fan loved but little known show, Friday Night Lights. The first season of which is fantastic and one of the best seasons of a television series ever.
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Everwood is more than worth your money as one of the finest written and produced family dramas ever to make it to television. I am almost reluctant to use that tag, "family drama," as I fear that for a lot of people, that means a sort of watered-down, saccharine approach to story-telling. Not so for Everwood, creator Greg Berlanti's four-year labour of love. While like any television drama, Everwood has to accelerate the speed at which drama enters the lives of ordinary people, the writers of the show have given viewers a testament to the wonder of human living and loving, in all its successes and failures. Chief among Everwood's great charms is that it treats every generation as having stories worth telling, from grandparents to pre-teens, and not just the "sexy teens" so characteristic of the bulk of the programming on the now-defunct network, The WB (since 2006 merged with UPN to form "The CW").

Truth be told, there is a little bit of slipping toward toward the WB's teen focus in Everwood's last season. Two of the show's most gifted writers, Michael Green ("Kings," "Smallville," "Green Lantern") and John E. Pogue (who had also helped hold the previous seasons together as Executive Story Editor) are absent for this final set of episodes, and it shows. Everwood could frequently hit notes in its writing that were more literary in their depth than one usually sees on a regular television series, and Green and Pogue were frequently episode-writers who delivered that quality. Their absence could be seen in the greater emphasis on the teen characters in this last season, or, for example, the drift of some of the dialogue between characters like Amy and Hannah to a "cuteness" more characteristic of a show like Gilmore Girls.
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I am as big a fan of EVERWOOD as the next guy, and since I only discovered this series after it's cancellation on DVD, I have been waiting impatiently for the release of Season 4. I am only half way through it on disc #3 and my disappointment with the shoddy production values of this final season has already caused me to return to the customer reviews to see if anyone else had the same experience. Yes, seasoned fans have discussed in length the copyrighted music substitutions, but am I the only one who experienced the appallingly horrendous episode transfers to disc? I have a bluray player which is designed to enhance DVDs, and it usually does. Disc #1 played beautifully, but right from the start of disc #2, the color took on a dominant deep red bleed that remained unnaturally distracting throughout all of the five episodes. And the contrast of the disc was so severe that most exterior and interior scenes had backgrounds that were consistently near total dark blackness. Disc # 3 had all of the same problems, but so far the second episode had the additional distraction of scenes where the image broke down into pixal-like bits, went sluggish and lost sync with the soundtrack. The overall effect was not unlike a bootleg transferred from a poorly video taped copy rather than a professional distribution of a studio season release. I am grateful to finally complete my library's EVERWOOD collection, but it pains me to end it with something of this amateurishly poor level of disrespect and neglect. Am I the only one who feels this way?
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