It’s been a long wait, but the delay will soon be over as the USA Network’s SF hit saga “The 4400” is set to return for Season Four in just three weeks.
On Sunday, June 17, 2007 at 9/8C get back into “The 4400” groove and finally decide which side of the controversy you are on — Pro or Anti Promicin — the drug harvested from the offspring of a 4400 couple that is suppose to give 4400 powers to anyone not originally a member of The 4400, but with possible tragic side effects. The cliff-hanger about promicin’s use on the general populace left us hanging at the end of Season Three.
We also have great news for those wanting to be reminded (since the delay between Seasons 3 & 4 was prolonged), and for newbies to the show. There will be a marathon showing of the series so all can get up to speed prior to the June 17th launch. “The 4400” Marathon covering seasons 1, 2 and 3 will air on Memorial Day, Monday, May 28 on the USA Cable Network.
“The 4400” stars Joel Gretsch, Jacqueline McKenzie, Mahershalalhashbaz Ali , Conchita Campbell, Bill Campbell and loads of guest stars like Jeffrey Combs, Summer Glau, Megalyn Echikunwoke and Peter Coyote in pivotal recurring roles.
— About “The 4400” —
“The 4400” follows 4,400 people who are abducted, taken away and then returned to planet Earth. After their return, many of them discover they have superpowers. As the fourth season begins on June 17, the plot follows the development of a drug called Promicin and its ability to give its users superpowers, if it doesn’t kill them first. Three different factions have emerged around the drug: pro, anti- and neutral.
Here are some resources to learn more about Promicin and help in your decision to be pro or anti Promicin: