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Dawson's Creek: Complete Series (20pc) / (Box Ac3)
Artist: Joshua Jackson
Format: DVD

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Label: SONY PICTURES HOME
Rel. Date: 03/28/2023
UPC: 683904111944

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It's the end of something simple, and the beginning of everything else.

Kevin Williamson (Scream, I Know What You Did Last Summer, TV's The Vampire Diaries) created this engaging drama, which chronicles a group of young friends' passage from adolescence to young adulthood in the small coastal town of Capeside, Massachusetts. Based on Williamson's own experiences growing up, Dawson's Creek focuses on fifteen-year-olds Dawson (James Van Der Beek) and Joey (Katie Holmes), who have been friends since they were five and are trying to cope with the way their friendship is changing now that their hormones are raging. Add to the mix their friend Pacey (Joshua Jackson) and the new girl in town, Jen (Michelle Williams), and you can count on extra twists to the drama and their already turbulent lives.

Filmed on location in Wilmington, Durham and Raleigh, North Carolina, enjoy all 6 seasons of an unforgettable journey that explores the agony and ecstasy of teenage life. Can the kids of Dawson's Creek really grow up without growing apart? Watch and find out!

REVIEWS:

  • "It's one of the most textured dramas to hit TV in quite a while."- Terry Jackson, The Miami Herald
  • "An addictive mixture of soap opera and coming-of-age saga." - Gail Pennington, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
  • "Smartly written and utterly fantastic" - Aaron Barnhart, The Kansas City Star