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The 4400

43 min
Sci-Fi | Drama | Mystery | Thriller
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Nominated for 3 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 win & 7 nominations
Country: USA
Release Date: 2004-07-11
Filming Locations: 99 Chairs, University of British Columbia, Robson Square Campus - 800 Robson Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Lindy Booth
Lindy Booth
The 4400
Debra McCabe
Debra McCabe
The 4400
Madison Pettis
Madison Pettis
The 4400
Jacqueline McKenzie
Diana Skouris
Joel Gretsch
Tom Baldwin
Patrick John Flueger
Shawn Farrell
Conchita Campbell
Maia Rutledge
Chad Faust
Kyle Baldwin
Richard Kahan
Marco Pacella
Mahershala Ali
Richard Tyler
Billy Campbell
Jordan Collier
Samantha Ferris
Nina Jarvis
Kavan Smith
Jed Garrity
Laura Allen
Lily Moore Tyler
Did you know?
On the DVD extras, the showrunners admit that they never planned to give Jordan Collier a name with the same initials as Jesus Christ. The character's name was originally going to be Jordan Garfield, but that name failed to pass the legal clearance procedure that all Hollywood scripts must undergo, and so the last name "Collier" was a last-minute replacement just because it did pass legal scrutiny.
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Joel Gretsch (Tom Baldwin) and Jacqueline McKenzie (Diana Skouris) are the only actors to appear in all 45 episodes of the series.
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For advertising the show, stock images were purchased from various stock image agencies to create a variety of people to show as part of the 4400 missing people. This was most likely to avoid paying various actors to use their image for the advertisement purpose.
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In the street scenes of Episode 1.2, street lamp banners show that the location is the Commercial Drive neighbourhood of Vancouver.
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The object heading toward Earth is projected to land at a location described in degrees "north longitude" and "west latitude".
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The "comet" is close enough for Titan missiles to reach it in a couple of minutes, and then is shown to be passing the moon on its way to Earth.
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Tom Baldwin: "Cult" is what a big congregation calls a little congregation.
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Dr. Max Hudson: If I start to go crazy can you... take care of me?... In the back of the head!
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Matthew Ross: [regarding Liv] You know, becoming involved with her is out of the question.
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Does the series finale resolve the story?
Sort of. The final episode of the series was intended to be a season finale not a series finale. The events of the final episode The efforts to stop someone who had developed a "contagious" form of p-positive status who was on the loose in Seattle. As such he ends up killing half of those he unwittingly infects and giving the other half powers. The authorities, overwhelmed by the chaos caused, ask Jordan Collier and his people for help maintaining order. After the contagious individual is isolated, many of the NTAC personal have become p-positive and Jordan Collier's "Promise City" has expanded its reach over much of Seattle. So the finale resolved some of the extant storyline and didn't end on a cliffhanger, but it didn't fully resolve the storyline and introduced elements which would have been the basis for another season if the show had been renewed.
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Photos from cast
Alice Krige Lindy Booth Megalyn Echikunwoke Keith Martin Gordey Danielle Kremeniuk Debra McCabe Brandi Alexander Erica Cerra