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Carla Gugino is such an underrated actress and seeing her lead another series like Jett, she is perfection and hopefully this sees a second season and not cancelled too soon like Karen Sisco.

 

 

Jett: Season One
(2019)

Genre(s): Drama, Crime
Warner Archive| NR – 518 min. – $29.98 | July 21, 2020

Date Published: 07/21/2020 | Author: The Movieman


SEASON INFO:
Directed by: Sebastian Gutierrez
Writer(s): Sebastian Gutierrez (written by)
Cast: Carla Gugino, Giancarlo Esposito, Elena Anaya, Michael Aronov, Gaite Jansen, Gil Bellows


DISC INFO:
Features: None
Slip Cover: No
Digital Copy: No
Formats Included: DVD
Number of Discs: 3


Audio: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 2.00
Subtitles: English SDH
Region(s): 1


SEASON SYNOPSIS


Fresh out of prison, Daisy “Jett” Kowalski (CARLA GUGINO) tries to stay on the straight and narrow after the birth of her child, but when powerful crime lord Charlie Baudelaire (GIANCARLO ESPOSITO) enlists her for a jewel heist in Cuba that will see her reunited with a former flame (MICHAEL ARONOV), Jett goes back to doing what she does best.

 

SPECIAL FEATURES – 0/5


This three disc release comes to DVD through the Warner Archive Collection and their MOD program. No features were included.

 

VIDEO – 4.5/5, AUDIO – 4.25/5


The show is presented with a 2.00 widescreen aspect ratio (which is looking more and more common, presumably since it displays better on mobile devices) and for the most part looks great, even though it is standard definition (a Blu-ray was supposed to be released, but perhaps cancelled), detail still look good and colors are well balanced. Each episode comes with a Dolby Digital 5.1 which is strong, outputting clear dialogue mostly via the center channel with some modest depth for ambient noises though the rear speakers.

OVERALL – 3.5/5


Overall, Carla Gugino is such an underrated actress and seeing her lead another series like Jett, she is perfection and hopefully this sees a second season and not cancelled too soon like Karen Sisco… This DVD release from Warner Archive is feature-less but the video and audio transfers are both well done.

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