Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season 4 Blu-ray (Updated)
Posted April 26, 2013 04:48 PM by Webmaster
Paramount and CBS Home Entertainment have released a First Look trailer for Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season 4, and revealed the special features that will be included on the 6-disc set. Like previous seasons, the Blu-ray edition of Season 4 will feature a newly remastered 1080p video presentation, a DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 surround track and more than 20-hours of extras, among them a variety of new exclusive content.
The critically acclaimed 26-episode season of The Next Generation is available for pre-order and arrives on July 30th.
New special features include:
Episode Audio Commentaries with Rob Bowman, Brannon Braga, Mike Okuda, Denise Okuda and Ronald D. Moore
Relavitity: The Family Saga of The Next Generation - A multi-part documentary that examines both the show's explosion into a pop culture phenomenon after its third season and the Enterprise crew's interpersonal bonds and family relationships, as depicted in "Brothers" and "Reunion."
In Conversation: The Art Department - A look at some of TNG's most-iconic designs, complemented by fresh interviews with production team members Herman Zimmerman, Doug Drexler, Rick Sternbach, the Okudas, Dan Curry and more.
One of my favorite shows of all time and S4 is one of the best. I've been holding out on the seasons on BR hoping they release one big box set of the entire series. It's going to be a long wait though and I'll probably break down and buy them....
Relax fellas...the company that did Season 2 is no longer working on these. From what TrekCore has said, CBS has pretty much made sure that all forth coming seasons will have a consistent look with Seasons 1 & now 3. Don't recall off hand what the process or which companies are doing what, but the same guy that did the planets in Season 1 will be doing them all from now on.
Secondly, @Ator the Invincible, Season 3 isn't really green. It's more yellow than green, as per the original DVD releases. Just as Season 2 was more orange than yellow despite what on-line images showed. Why the discrepantancy between on-line images and the actual product may be due just to the foil look of the packaging.
STAR TREK season sets have always been a bit expensive, but the quality of the show, even the weakest episodes, has always surpassed most network fare, so it's probably worth it, and I can't wait until my collection is complete, of all the StarTrek series; TOS, TNG, DS9, Voyager, and Enterprise. I'm guessing, but the release on blu-ray of DS9 and Voyager is probably dependent on strong sales of TNG and Enterprise, so I'll probably get them all at best possible price, as early as possible, as my personal vote to keep them coming. As impatient as I am to see them all released, however, I hope they take their time and get it right.