Season 7 of the FX series The Shield premieres this Tuesday, September 2 at 10pm, and in conjunction with this event, Geeks of Doom is giving away one (1) Shield prize pack!
One (1) winner will receive:
- The Shield Season 6 on DVD
- The Shield Season 7 poster
Michael Chiklis returns as Detective Vic Mackey for this seventh and final season, which begins on Tuesday, September 2 at 10 PM ET/PT with new episodes every Tuesday at 10 PM ET/PT though November 25.
Check out the Geeks of Doom preview of Season 7 of The Shield
TO ENTER: Fill out the form below and submit. Entry form is here after the jump.
RULES: One entry per person. All entries must be in by Saturday, September 6, 2008 at 9pm EST. This contest is only open to residents of the United States. No international entries will be accepted. Void where prohibited. Winners will be chosen randomly from valid entries and will be notified by email.
THE FINAL ACT
Groundbreaking, critically acclaimed, award winning, consistent, and historic are the most precise words to describe FX’s signature original drama series The Shield.
Since its debut on March 12, 2002, The Shield has set a standard for excellence and redefined basic cable television. Not only did The Shield establish the foundation for what FX has become, but it also paved the way for other ad-supported cable networks to follow its lead to strive for the highest quality scripted drama series. It opened a world of possibility for writers, producers, actors and directors, providing them the new chance to come to basic cable and deliver original scripted series of the highest caliber.
The seventh and final season begins on Tuesday, September 2 at 10 PM ET/PT with new episodes every Tuesday at 10 PM ET/PT though November 25.
The burning question fans want to know is, “How will it end for Detective Vic Mackey?” Will he be killed? Will he go to jail? Or, will he walk away?
All will be revealed by the end of this extraordinary series.
The Shield was created by Shawn Ryan and is Executive Produced by Ryan, Kurt Sutter, Charles Eglee, Adam Fierro and Kevin Cremin. The series is produced by Fox Television Studios in association with Sony Pictures Television.
When it ends, The Shield will have 88 episodes to its credit. As with the pilot episode, the series finale was written by Shawn Ryan and was directed by Clark Johnson.
The Shield was the first basic cable series to win a major Emmy® award – Michael Chiklis for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, and the first basic cable show to win the Golden Globe® award for Best TV Series – Drama. The Shield won a Peabody Award and has been recognized by the American Film Institute as one of the Top Ten Television Shows of the Year. It was the first basic cable drama series to score broadcast and cable syndication.
In July of 2008, The Shield ranked #29 on the Entertainment Weekly list of the Top 100 Shows of the past 25 years.