It’s Official: Sony Announces ‘Damages: The Complete Fourth Season’ UK DVD Release

Category : News, UK News
Tags :

Last month, TVWise broke the news that Sony Pictures Home Entertainment was preparing to release the fourth season of legal drama series Damages (which hasn’t been broadcast on UK television) on DVD. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment made that official today by announcing the DVD release of Damages: The Complete Fourth Season.

As previously reported, the three disc set is being released on Monday July 16th and is priced at £34.99. The set will include all ten episodes from the show’s fourth season and has a running time of just under 500 minutes. The studio also confirmed that the set would include the following special features: nine deleted scenes, a gag reel and two featurettes (“The Evolution of Patty Hewes” and “A Case For War: The Cast and Crew Discusses The Fourth Season).

Here is Sony’s official description for the DVD release: “The compelling legal thriller is back in session when Sony Pictures Home Entertainment releases Damages: The Complete Fourth Season on DVD July 16th. Glenn Close, six-time Academy Award nominee and winner of two Best Actress Emmys for her role as Patty Hewes, the country’s most revered high-stakes litigator, stars with Rose Byrne (Bridesmaids, 28 Weeks Later) as estranged protégé Ellen Parsons. The critically acclaimed series brings Patty and Ellen together embroiled in a wrongful death suit against a private military contractor.The fourth season also stars Emmy and Golden Globe winner John Goodman (TV’s “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip” and “Roseanne”) and Dylan Baker (TV’s “The West Wing” and “The Good Wife”). Arriving on DVD in a three-disc set, Damages: The Complete Fourth Season will include all 10 episodes, deleted scenes and a blooper reel.  The set will also come with two new featurettes – A Case for War, a behind-the-scenes discussion of the fourth season with the cast and crew, and The Evolution of Patty Hewes, in which Glenn Close looks back over four seasons to examine and discuss the growth of her character.”