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Leverage: Season 5 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]


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87 of 94 people found the following review helpful
Leverage - The Fab Five in their final season - for now 22 Jun 2013
By L. Lamb - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Leverage fans will already have DVR'd or purchased from Amazon each episode, and have watched them multiple times. Why do we need a boxed DVD set? Let me count the reasons:

1. To show Loyalty to our gang and let TNT know we're willing to spend for our team
2. So we can take the box with us on vacation or anywhere to share
3. The outtakes, gag reel, deleted scenes, are all eagerly awaited
4. AND THE COMMENTARIES!! Every episode of Leverage has a commentary with John Rogers and others. Who does that?

Leverage ran for five seasons with the team of modern day Robin Hoods living in Chicago, Boston and Portland (finally). The first season was filmed in Chicago (exteriors, pilot) and sound stages in L.A. The next four seasons were filmed in Portland, which doubled as every other location in the world, including Boston where the team was based seasons 2-4. Finally Portland played Portland in Season 5 when the team had to flee Boston. They relocated their headquarters in The Bridgetown Brew Pub, using a sound stage for interiors, but the real pub of that name for the exteriors.

Only 15 episodes make up season 5. When TNT did not renew "on time" in the summer while filming, the creators / producers / writers Dean Devlin, John Rogers & Chris Downey decided to give fans an ending they deserved. Many loopholes were left for the team to reunite as usual or with different twists should they be renewed for a sixth season. While I could spoil away here, I will wait. For awhile. We'll see.

Leverage is a fun ride with excellent writing. No gratuitous sex, swearing and the violence isn't of a permanent nature (they don't kill people). The cast members are all extremely attractive people, and have proven to be kind and generous as well, interacting with fans online and in person. There was, and still is, a movement to have a Leverage movie or to return for future seasons. Commenting, reviewing and watching Leverage on repeats, as well as buying the set, will show TNT that this show deserves to be back on the air.
35 of 37 people found the following review helpful
Leverage-Wish I Had Some With The TNT 31 Dec 2012
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
The last two shows of season five rocked and the seris finale was done exceptionally well. With that being said TNT did not renew one of the best shows they had on thier station. Not only did they not renew the show, but they teased us with the possiblity of two shows. The "kids" being taught by the "parents" on how to successfully run a con from all angles. We watched them grow from a group of distrustful, socially stumped, loners to a "almost" super-tight family. Y'all know they still have some issues...LOL. Would have loved to see how long it actually took Nate and Sophie to marry and what the wedding would be like. Hardison and Parker still have things to work out between them. Eliot is still everyone's calvary and you know they and others still need saving. Leverage-Wish I had some with TNT.
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
best 5-year-long show I've ever watched. 4 Jan 2013
By C. Pickett - Published on Amazon.com
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The writing, the character development, the acting, the directing -- all excellent. The heads of the network that cancelled it are fools.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Amazing season, ended too soon! 4 Jan 2013
By Dana Holt - Published on Amazon.com
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This season was in true Leverage style with great stories told by an incredible cast. Leverage is like no other show on television and always brings the best in storyline and acting. I will miss this show very much and I think TNT will come to regret its cancellation. Season 5 of Leverage, worth every penny!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Bitter Sweet 4 Jan 2013
By Josh Thrasher - Published on Amazon.com
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If you're a fan of the series it is a good addition that pulls it a bit back to the original season, which makes this being the last season a sad thing to see. The upside is that they ended it as it would have ended if they had managed to make it to where they wanted to. All in all this season fleshes out the characters more, especially Eliot, Hardison, and Parker.
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