Star Trek The Next Generation Season 4 Blu-ray DiscStar Trek: The Next Generation – Season 4
Format: Blu-ray Disc
List Price: $129.99 Pre-Order: $74.99
Blu-Ray Release Date: July 30, 2013

Star Trek: The Next Generation – Season 4 on Blu-ray Disc is a collection of “The Next Generation” television series which contains all 26 episodes of the fourth season (1990-91) on 6 Blu-ray discs, along with extra bonus material. Audio is provided in DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 and video formatted in 1080p at 1.85:1 aspect ratio.

Specifications:

Format: Blu-ray
Rating: Not Rated
Number of Discs: 6
Run Time: 1180 Minutes
Region: A
Aspect Ratio: Fullscreen
Studio: Paramount

Featurettes:

  • Mission Overview: Year Four (reveals the challenges in resolving the cliffhanger episode “The Best of Both Worlds”; provides a whimsical look at the Robin Hood-themed “Q-Pid”; and celebrates the historic 100th episode with Gene Roddenberry)
  • Selected Crew Analysis: Year Four (an in-depth look at the departure of Wesley Crusher; cast members discuss their experiences performing stunts; and a profile of Jennifer Hetrick as “Vash”)
  • Departmental Briefing, Year Four: Production (a behind-the-scenes look at directors Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, and David Livingston; includes a special makeup section featuring Brent Spiner)
  • New Life and New Civilizations (an inside look at creating alien landscapes and shooting on location; also explains the challenges of shooting the effects-packed episode “The Best of Both Worlds”)
  • Chronicles from the Final Frontier (a discussion of Season Four’s most extraordinary episodes and characters with preeminent writers Ronald D. Moore, Brannon Braga, and Jeri Taylor)

Description:
In the fourth season of Star Trek: The Next Generation, the crew of the Enterprise explores alien cultures in all-new ways. Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) struggles with the nightmarish horror of assimilation into the hive-mind of the Borg. The ruthless empire of the Cardassians emerges as an important nemesis for the Federation. Suspicion of Romulan sabotage aboard the ship leads to a paranoid power struggle. And political maneuvers within the Klingon Empire draw Worf (Michael Dorn) into an inevitable civil war.

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