Street Justice - 'The Complete Series' of the Stephen J. Cannell Series with Carl Weathers **UPDATE: 3D Plackage Art**
Also starring Eric McCormack, this 10-disc set is coming to Canada next month
Posted by David Lambert
Carl Weathers (Predator,Action Jackson) plays Adam Beaudreaux, a police sergeant trying to clean up the mean streets of the city with the help of martial arts expert Grady Jameson played by Bryan Genesse. In Season Two, Eric McCormack joins the cast as Detective Eric Rothman - the well to do son of a wealthy family, trying to prove he can make it on his own as the newest member of Beaudreaux's police squad.
Produced by Emmy-award-winning producer/writer Stephen J. Cannell: one of television's most prolific personalities, with a highly successful career that spans three decades and includes the creation or co-creation of the classics The Rockford Files, Greatest American Hero, The A-Team, Hardcastle & McCormick, and 21 Jump Street.
For adventure and drama mixed in with stunning martial arts action, take it to the streets with all 43 digitally re-mastered episodes, including the two hour pilot movie. Stars action film star Carl Weathers and Will & Grace's Eric McCormack. Guest stars include Oscar nominated actress Salma Hayek, Carrie Ann Moss (the Matrix films), Omar Epps (House), Pat Harrington, Jr. (One Day at a Time), Steve Bacic(Andromeda), pop singer Debbie Gibson, Tae Bo founder Billy Blanks and film actor R. Lee Emery.
Back in 2006-2008, VEI of Canada released separate sets for both seasons of Street Justice, starring Carl Weathers (Rocky films) and produced by Stephen J. Cannell Productions. Those releases are hard to find these days, so fans of the show will be glad to know that on March 22nd there will be a new 10-DVD release of Street Justice - The Complete Series. Cost is a nice low price of CA$24.95 SRP, and you can pre-order that at a discount using the Amazon.ca button link below. Under that is the front cover art (UPDATE: We've just gotten in a better, 3D look at the packaging from VEI, and we're grateful to them for that! We've replaced the flat image previously shown below with the new one):