4.7
114 votes
4400

4400

The CW 2021

4400 overlooked, undervalued, or otherwise marginalized people who vanished without a trace over the last hundred years are all returned in an instant, having not aged a day and with no memory of what happened to them. As the government races to analyze the potential threat and contain the story, the 4400 themselves must grapple with the fact that they've been returned with a few "upgrades", and the increasing likelihood that they were all brought back now for a specific reason.

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The 10 Best Episodes of 4400

4400 - S1E3

#1 - That LaDonna Life

7.61

Season 1 - Episode 3

LaDonna signs up for 15 more minutes of fame but quickly realizes she doesn't have the clout she once had. Jharrell picks an inopportune time to speak his truth, and it may cost him dearly. Andre is eager to get back to medicine.

The episode was rated from 218 votes.

4400 - S1E5

#2 - The Way We Were

7.51

Season 1 - Episode 5

The episode was rated from 135 votes.

4400 - S1E2

#3 - All Things Are Possible

7.41

Season 1 - Episode 2

As the 4400 become even more disenchanted with their accommodations, new rules have everyone on edge. Andre and LaDonna help Claudette push her newfound ability to new limits. Shanice gets an unexpected visitor.

The episode was rated from 279 votes.

4400 - S1E4

#4 - Harlem's Renaissance Man

7.35

Season 1 - Episode 4

Finally there is some good news for a few of the 4400. Andre looks to study some of his new friends but mistakes from his past begin to affect him in present day. Rev finds some information about his son.

The episode was rated from 182 votes.

4400 - S1E1

#5 - Past Is Prologue

7.08

Season 1 - Episode 1

Over the last century at least four thousand four hundred people who were overlooked, undervalued, or otherwise marginalized vanished without a trace off the face of the planet. Last night, inexplicably, they were all returned in an instant to Detroit having not aged a day and with no memory of what happened to them.

The episode was rated from 358 votes.

Last updated: dec 02, 2021

Comments

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It’s a CW show so we all know what that means. SJW take on the original show. The 4400 will be mostly women. Half of them will be LGBT. Lots of over dramatic dialog. Lots of hugging it out. And all problems will be solved by talking it out. And they’ll try to make it entertaining my throwing in some crazy story lines that will make no sense.

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So here is my prophecy 2 months before the premiere: "...overlooked, undervalued, or otherwise marginalized people..." Already sounds like the show is being butchered. In the original the 4400 came out of all areas of society (admittedly no trans people and i can't remember if there were gay people), some important by our standards (at least one CEO), children (which in eyes who are not the parents are always marginalized and overlooked) and other "normal" people. This sounds like the typical SJW mouthpiece where they try to make their agenda marketable by riding on the back of a successful idea. I especially hate the term "undervalued". When it is used to describe someone it is always a false statement, since at least one person (the person saying that something or someone is being undervalued) does not undervalue them and more importantly it leads to an extreme overcorrection. If you think people are undervalued: Use it, build a buisness and hire all the people you think are undervalued. If you are correct you should be able to turn a tidy profit. That would be something that actually helps the so called "undervalued people", opposed to constant complaining how unfair white men are...

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Watching the trailer, this really doesn’t look as good as the original at all. It’s the CW so the show looks as woke as you’d expect.

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I can't wait to avoid this version like the plague. The original was interesting and fresh, considering who is making this and what network it's airing on we can bet that it's going to be a strong political commentary with lots of virtue signaling and a cast of characters nobody can relate to.

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--- This is only about the Pilot so far, I'm unsure if I'll watch more -- Prelude: Well, its a CW show but there has been stuff on CW I liked so I'll give it a shot For the first 3 Minutes literally every character who could be important (with the exception of the husband of one probably main character whom we get so see for maybe 5 seconds) is black. Not a mixture of different races - ALL of them are black. There are so many black people involved, that round about the 10 minute mark they have one of the characters actually say "There are white folks here too"! Now there is nothing wrong with that - there are good shows where white people are only background noise. But when they aren't on OWN, I get suspicious... At 10 minutes my suspicions are confirmed. A woman who comes from a time where black people weren't allowed to vote is complaining about the lack of progress. I mean, what the fuck?!? First of all, she didn't have the chance to see anything yet - how would she know??? I think someone from that period of time (when people got arrested for sitting in a diner where only white people were allowed) would probably be amazed that none of the "white folks" is complaining about being forced to stay in the same room than the black people. I'm not saying, that this is something white americans should be proud of, since it shouldn't have been that way in the first place - but someone from that period of time would definitely notice. Thinking about it, how is it, that none of the white folks are complaining? I mean there have to be some from the same period of time right? At 14 Minutes, Keisha asks if they should believe that they don't know what happened to them. After interviewing more than 10 people, she should have realised (even if she is too lazy to read their files), that they haven't aged a day!!! So what should they know about? She is generally pretty unlikeable. And it only gets worse from there. The "people in charge" make decisions based on what the writers need to push their agenda. And the agenda is: "White people want black people to suffer". Take the piano-scene for example. It would make sense to let them use it and be happy, which would actually make their job easier - especially considering that they already had a screaming match a few minutes before. Instead they choose to put gasoline on the fire they should be putting out. If there wasn't an original show they stole the actual idea from, I'd give it a 7/10. Since I can't give the show credit for the general idea, its a 5/10. Despite the preaching, there are some interesting characters (although the writers chose to mostly focus on the terrible ones) and the acting is decent for the most part.

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Hated the pilot. It was my waste of time.

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It is already mentioned in the first post. Can it be anymore “pc”. A 100% woke remake...

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Probably just making the woke version. I rather just see the original continued.

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Why does USA need to ruin everything with all kinds of political correct mashups. Just fix the issues and let art be art. Maybe I'm judging from my white ass male high ground. Still, with all this, they are making people with no racial and sexist direction be upset about the topic and first and foremost ruin art. The original 4400 was awesome though tormented from idiotic production companies that didn't know what to do with it.

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should be renamed 4400BLMLGBT ? What a load of SH^TE. The original was great.

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