The Shield The Complete Collection Blu-Ray Unboxing and Review

The Shield
(Mill Creek Entertainment)

All 88 episodes from seven groundbreaking seasons of the Emmy®-winning series available for the first time ever in stunning widescreen High Definition!
This definitive collector’s edition set features full 4k HD restorations of each episode, along with dozens of hours of special features including deleted scenes, commentaries from the cast and crew, featurettes and so much more!
Created by Shawn Ryan (TV’s S.W.A.T.TimelessThe Unit), Michael Chiklis (TV’s GothamFantastic 4), Catherine Dent (TV’s The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Walton Goggins (The Hateful Eight), Jay Karnes (TV’s The Crossing), Benito Martinez (TV’s How to Get Away With MurderAmerican Made), CCH Pounder (Avatar) and Kenny Johnson (TV’s S.W.A.T.)
“The Shield Reunion” – cast & crew reunion special to reminisce and reflect on being a part of this landmark series
“The Shield:  A Retrospective” – a look back at the lasting impact the series has had on TV and how its themes are still relevant today
“Restoring The Shield” – a behind-the-scenes look at the technological processes involved in the High Definition upgrade
“The Critical Response to The Shield” – how critics initially received the series and if/how their opinions changed throughout the duration of the series’ run
"The Shield Writers Room" Reunion from the ATX Festival Panel

***Special Features Pending and Subject to Change
Beautifully packaged in a high-value DigiBook with hundreds of production stills and behind-the-scenes photos
Features all-new liner notes written by creator Shawn Ryan giving an intimate perspective of this series

$50 Fandango Popcorn Gift Card

Release Date December 18, 2018 on Blu-Ray

Rated TV-MA

Run-Time 69H 51M

Creator Shawn Ryan

Stars Michael Chiklis, Catherine Dent, Walton Goggins, Michael Jace, Jay Karnes, Benito Martinez, CCH Pounder, Cathy Cahlin Ryan, David Rees Snell, Kenny Johnson, David Marciano

The Shield The Complete Series Blu-Ray Unboxing and Review by Bobs Movie Review