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Leverage The Complete Season 4





Get ready for another fix of complex heists and high-stakes action as TV’s most talented master thieves return for Season 4 of LEVERAGE, released on DVD on 18 November 2013 from Icon Home Entertainment.

Former insurance agency investigator Nathan Ford (Academy Award® winner Timothy Hutton) heads a team of highly skilled, tech-savvy grafters in this latest instalment, which continues the edgy drama of highly successful previous seasons of the show.

Season 4 features cameos from big screen legends Eric Stoltz and Danny Glover as the Leverage team navigate their way through international conspiracies, in a bid to take revenge on those who use their wealth and power to victimise others. The new season opens up on a picturesque Alaskan mountain top, continuing last season’s thrilling cliff-hanger where Nate and Sophie (Gina Bellman) must now make a tricky decision on their next move.

Season 4 sees the team wrapped up in a murder mystery night, an international chess tournament, and soon they learn they are being followed by a mysterious business man named Jack Latimer (Leon Rippy), who has discovered how to profit from their cases. As they attempt to learn more about him, the team is drawn into the world of university secret societies, match-making and the cash-for-gold industry.

It’s time to take things to the next level. This 5-disc DVD set of LEVERAGE: The Complete Season Four includes 18 exciting episodes and special behind-the-scenes features.


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