New relationships and new cases are on tap for the Canadian cops as the adventures of Officer Andy McNally (Missy Peregrym) and 15 Division continue in a season highlighted by Swarek‘s (Ben Bass) new girlfriend Cruz (Rachael Ancheril) and her obsession with a suspect (Michael Cram) which will end in lies and blood when he begins targeting the officers leading into the the season finale.
Frank (Lyriq Bent) and Noelle (Melanie Nicholls-King) will finally get married, after loosing Nick (Peter Mooney) to Andy, Gail (Charlotte Sullivan) will find love in an unexpected place with a forensic pathologist (Aliyah O’Brien), Oliver (Matt Gordon) will finally close the book on his marriage and find love with a Wicca named Celery (Emily Hampshire), after fighting his feelings for weeks Epstein (Gregory Smith) will finally begin a relationship with Chloe (Priscilla Faia), and Diaz‘s (Travis Milne) world will be completely turned upside down when he leaves the Division, his son is kidnapped, and later when he discovers he isn’t the boy’s biological father.
Other episodes include the return of Ross Perrick (Ben Carlson), a weekend in the woods for the guys, Swarek’s investigation into a cold case leads to some uncomfortable discoveries, a contamination scare, Andy’s questionable call concerning a mentally unstable woman that leads to murder, and the season opener which offers a glimpse of Andy and Nick’s time undercover together.
The four-disc set includes all 13 Fourth Season episodes, five short behind-the-scenes making-of featurettes, and a collection of various character’s “In Session” webisodes from over the course of the season.
[Entertainment One, $39.98]