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Hart of Dixie - The Fourth and Final Season - DVD

Hart of Dixie - The Fourth and Final Season - DVD

USA 2015 - with Rachel Bilson, Jaime King, Wilson Bethel, Cress Williams, Kaitlyn Black, Scott Porter ...

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Original title:Hart of Dixie – Season 4
Genre:TV series, Romance, Comedy
Sales launch:23.06.2016
Production country:USA 2015
Running time:Approx. 406 min.
Rated:Ages 6+
Number of discs:2
Languages:German (Dolby Digital 2.0), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
Subtitles:Deutsch, Englisch
Picture format:16:9 (1.78:1)
Region code:2
Label:Warner Home Video Germany
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Content: Emotional chaos is once again writ large in BlueBell. Zoe (Rachel Bilson) finally manages to convince Wade (Wilson Bethel) that they should try again together after all, because they just belong to each other, when she finds out she's pregnant. And not wanting to put any pressure on Wade, she immediately distances herself, which initially confirms to Wade that a relationship with the young doctor is not a good idea. But of course, that's just the beginning of one last tumultuous hurdle Zoe and Wade must clear for happiness together, or the ultimate end of their story together. Things aren't looking too rosy for George (Scott Porter) and Lavon (Cress Williams) in matters of the heart either, after discovering they both love Lemon (Jamie King). When she returns from her cruise with a new man, the two have to team up to get their new rival out of the picture. And as if all that wasn't exciting enough, a number of other misunderstandings, unfortunate miscommunications and mishaps ensure that there's plenty of heartbreak in BlueBell - but for everyone involved, life still has some thoroughly enjoyable surprises in store.

Hart of Dixie comes to a close with the ten episodes of its fourth season. The finale comes a little early, but is more than satisfactorily executed for fans of the series. From season one, the show's great strength has been its use of likeable characters, plenty of charming humor, and an engaging small-town feel to mask a very conventional story and myriad clichés. And the entertaining story about the young doctor from New York, who suddenly takes over a practice in the province, succeeded very well. After three turbulent seasons full of romantic confusion, drama and amusing events, the whole thing is heading for big changes: Zoe gets pregnant, Wade finally wants to be with her properly, Lemon makes an important decision, and there's also an important matter of the heart in the life of Dr. Breeland (Tim Matheson) that could permanently change his relationship with his mother in particular.

Knowing they were heading towards the end of the series, the creators used these last ten episodes well to bring all the storylines to a satisfying conclusion and give fans once again what they loved about Zoe and the other residents of BlueBell. That, then, is what makes this swan song so successful. Because it does away with unnecessary filler episodes and heads straight for the big happy ending. That there will be this, there was probably never any doubt. But the way there should of course be as turbulent and surprising as possible. And so just Zoe and Wade on the home stretch still some obstacles are put in the way, which make this last visit to BlueBell once again entertaining, rousing and also extremely amusing.

Hart of Dixie never aspired to be highbrow TV art. The creators around series creator Leila Gerstein (Gossip Girl) wanted to offer the viewers an entertaining soap - no more, but also no less. And they have always succeeded very well with a slight wink. Those who do not know the first seasons, at least in the first two episodes will still have difficulty finding their way in the colorful southern world of the series. But even without prior knowledge, the fourth season is still a lot of fun. But if you already loved the first three seasons, you should definitely not miss this successful farewell performance. Therefore, there is for this short season a very clear: Worth seeing!

Picture + Sound: For a recent TV production, the DVD's implementation of picture and sound is on a good to very good level. The very clean picture has a decent overall sharpness, which only in the darker scenes small quality losses such as slight image drizzle. On the other hand, the color scheme is very positive, allowing the action in BlueBell to unfold its very special atmosphere. The sound, mixed in Dolby Digital 5.1, is not really spectacular, but it does have a few good surround moments to offer. For a TV series, this is absolutely satisfactory. Good.

Extras: Unfortunately, there is no bonus material for the finale. Too bad!

Conclusion: Hart of Dixie comes to an end with a short, but very satisfying season. Most of the storylines are brought to a close in a nice finale in the way a fan could only wish for. Even if there could have been one or two more seasons before the series would have finally run out of steam, in the end the joy about how appropriately the creators have finished the story prevails. The DVD presents the ten episodes in good picture and sound quality, only bonus material is unfortunately not given to the fans. For it there is then under the line a deserved: Recommendable!

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  • Hart of Dixie - The Fourth and Final Season - DVD
  • Hart of Dixie - The Fourth and Final Season - DVD
  • Hart of Dixie - The Fourth and Final Season - DVD