Release Date:July 17,2012
This show feels like a low-rent Ocean's 11 that takes it self to seriously. It's also kind of a modern A-Team without the earlier series tongue-in-cheek sense of reckless abandon. Most of the plots aren't particularly clever and the actors often mistake brooding looks for portraying emotional depth. If you haven't watched the show, don't bother starting now. If you do and you like it - I guess this set is for you.
TNT’s high-octane original series, LEVERAGE delivers more thrills when Season Four arrives on DVD July 17 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Everyone’s favorite gang of thieves, grifters and con artists is back and ready to help innocent victims by catching the bad guys. Featuring an ensemble cast including Timothy Hutton, Gina Bellman, Christian Kane, Beth Riesgraf and Aldis Hodge, LEVERAGE Season Four is loaded with tons of explosive extras and never-before-seen footage.
In Season Four of LEVERAGE, the team faces bigger challenges than ever before. Along with navigating Nate’s struggle with his inner demons, the team must deal with an overzealous public relations expert (guest star Michael Gladis); a millionaire who pays to have himself moved up on a heart-transplant waiting list; a woman who profits from people’s grief through a funeral scam; a corrupt agriculture corporation out to bury potato farmers; and a group trying to kill a World War II veteran (guest star Danny Glover). With the addition of their nemesis, insurance-investigator-turned-InterPOL-agent Jim Sterling (guest star Mark Sheppard) and an unknown spy who could unravel their whole operation, the team must tread carefully to complete their most difficult jobs.
LEVERAGE premiered in 2008 and has become one of cable’s biggest hits. The show’s fourth season averaged 4.3 million viewers, with 1.7 million adults 18-49 and 1.6 million adults 25-54.
LEVERAGE is executive-produced by Dean Devlin (Independence Day, TNT’s The Librarian movie series) and creators John Rogers (Transformers) and Chris Downey (The King of Queens). The series is produced for TNT by Devlin’s Electric Entertainment.
DVD SPECIAL FEATURES:
• Audio Commentaries on All Episodes
• Behind the Scenes of The Long Job Down
• Writers' Room Job
• Deleted Scenes from
◦ “The Long Job Down”
◦ “The Grave Danger Job”
◦ “The Experimental Job”
◦ “The Girls' Night Out Job”
◦ “The Boys' Night Out Job”
◦ “The Last Dam Job”
• Gag Reel