Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Everwood: The Complete Fourth Season on DVD Review

I love it when a great show that is no longer on the air comes to DVD.  Its fun to be able to re-watch the shows and often see a few episodes you may have missed with the convenience of being able to pause the show. Being a Mom now I love the pause button on the DVD player!

You can own it on DVD August 2nd, so its out now! The show has a great cast of actors that you grow to love. This show is a small town family drama With the whole season on DVD you get over 15 hours of Everwood shows. 

Season 4 Everwood Summary: 
The final season of the series set in a welcoming town in the Rockies is all about finding oneself?and finding each other. Here, in the 5-Disc, 22-Episode Season Four, the unforgettable people of Everwood test the ties that bind them together in joy and tears, friendship and love. Drawn by his feelings for Amy, Ephram returns home and mentors a troubled piano prodigy. When Nina chooses Jake over him, Andy struggles to remain friends with the woman he loves. Bright and Hannah make their unlikely romance work. The Abbotts open their arms to a new child. Intriguing characters arrive and beloved characters depart. Say goodbye to the place and the people that won your heart ? and discover how everything turned out!

If you have never heard of the show it is about a dad Dr. Andrew Brown (Treat Williams), a widower who leaves his successful job as a top Manhattan neurosurgeon to live in a small Colorado town, bringing his 9-year-old daughter Delia Brown (Vivien Cardone) and 15-year-old son Ephram Brown (Gregory Smith) with him. He chooses the town of Everwood, because his late wife had told him of her emotional attachment to it. 

Its one of those shows that grows on you and you feel for the characters. Its a tear jerker at times and has its moments of laughter, kinda like life! 

You can buy the 4th Season and final season of Everwood on DVD from WBShop, Target and Walmart. If you are a new Everwood fan you can start from the beginning with Season One on DVD also available at the WBShop.

*I was not paid or compensated for this post. The opinions in this post are 100% mine and may vary from other opinions. I was provided for free a copy of Marley and Me The Puppy Years on DVD  for my review.

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