"Karma" should be a four-letter word. Just ask Earl, the lovable loser with a hilarious laundry list of dirty deeds that need undoing, from stealing a children's bookmobile to getting his babysitter pregnant...the hard way! And, while Earl's brother Randy starts a karmic list of his own, his ex-wife, Joy, and her husband are movin' on up to the suburbs. Trouble is, you can take the girl out of the trailer park, but you can't take the trailer park out of the girl. Hilariously irreverent and outrageously over-the-top, Season Four of My Name is Earl proves, once again, that karma is a funny thing.
Following up on our story
in late April, that My Name Is Earl - The Complete 4th Season
was available to pre-order at Amazon on both DVD
and high-def Blu-ray Disc
, we now have Fox's official retailer announcement for these releases. Today the studio formally scheduled these items with the sellers, for a street date of September 15th
Both versions clock in at 769 minutes for the episodes on 4 discs, and both include Deleted Scenes on every disc plus a Gag Reel, a "Movie Trailer" for the 2 The Max
film that is part of the plot of the fourth season premiere episode (guest starring Seth Green), and Featurette titled "Earl's Fan Mail." Cost of the DVD release is $49.98 SRP in the USA and CA$59.98 SRP in Canada. Pricing on the high-def Blu-ray Disc version, which includes English: 5.1 DTS HD Master Audio as well, is $59.99 SRP in the USA, and CA$69.99 SRP in Canada. We're still waiting on box art for both of these formats, so stay tuned for that!