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  • Actors: Joel Gretsch, Jacqueline McKenzie, Mahershala Ali, Laura Allen, Patrick John Flueger
  • Directors: Douglas Petrie, John Behring, Leslie Libman, Michael W. Watkins, Milan Cheylov
  • Format: Box set, Subtitled, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: May 23, 2006
  • Run Time: 560 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (103 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000ERVJLS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,567 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The 4400 - The Complete Second Season" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 12 episodes on 4 discs: Wake-Up Call, Voices Carry, Weight of the World, Suffer the Children, As Fate Would Have It, Life Interrupted, Carrier, Rebirth, Hidden, Lockdown, The Fifth Page, Mommy's Bosses
  • "Creating the Ball of Light" featurette
  • "Return of The 4400" featurette
  • "A Stitch in Time" featurette
  • Commentary on select episodes by Jacqueline McKenzie, Joel Gretch, Craig Sweeny and Ira Steven Behr

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Product Description

Over the last century, thousands of people have gone missing. Suddenly and inexplicably, 4400 missing people are returned, all at once, exactly as they were on the day they vanished. Unclear what this world-altering event means, the government investigates the 4400 to piece together where they've been and why they've been returned. It quickly becomes apparent that their presence will change the human race in ways no one could have foreseen.

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A year has passed since 4400 abductees were returned to Earth (and six months since the original series ended). Richard (Mahershalalhashbaz Ali), Lily (Laura Allen), and Isabelle are on the run from Jordan Collier (Billy Campbell) and others who would attempt to harm their child. Shawn (Patrick Flueger) has moved into Collier's cult-like 4400 Center. Then there are NTAC (National Threat Assessment Command) agents Diana (Jacqueline McKenzie) and Tom (Joel Gretsch). The former has officially adopted Maia (Conchita Campbell), while the latter is reunited with formerly comatose son Kyle (Chad Faust), Shawn's best friend. Almost everyone, returnees and otherwise, is changing. Jordan, for instance, is having more seizures (as a result of his first encounter with the eerie Isabelle), while Kyle is having blackouts. Along the way, new characters are introduced, like mute mental patient Kevin (Jeffrey Combs, Re-Animator), who regains the ability to talk, thanks to Tess (Summer Glau, Serenity), the only returnee who can recall what happened to her. Others include Diana's sister April (Natasha Gregson Wagner), Jordan’s pal Matthew (Garret Dillahunt, Deadwood), and former NTAC supervisor Dennis Ryland (Peter Coyote), who returns to the fold. Guest stars include E.R.'s Sharif Atkins ("Voices Carry"), Star Trek: Voyager's Robert Picardo ("Weight of the World"), and Twin Peaks' Sherilyn Fenn ("Carrier"). The season will end much as the miniseries began, with the 4400 being released from another quarantine, setting the scene for the next year. Although the first set was a barebones release, the second features commentary from McKenzie, Gretsch, writer Craig Sweeny, and writer/producer Ira Steven Behr. --Kathleen C Fennessy

Customer Reviews

Well written, well acted.
Miss Barbara
Now, impatiently and patiently, I'll wait for the third season on DVD and not try to find the episodes in order on TV!
Nina C. Miller
The second season is as good (if not better) than the first.
Scott J. Sedei

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82 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Cam T. on April 13, 2006
Format: DVD
Finally!

Ever since the second season ended on TV, I've been scouring Amazon and Best Buy at least twice a month for the release date!

The second season of the 4400 begins a year after the events of season 1, not counting the small interlude with Richard and Lily in hiding, and Lily going into labor with her baby.

Since the end of season 1, Baldwin has been stuck behind a desk while Skouris, rotating through a number of incompetent partners, has made little to no progress investigating the 4400. Skouris is also adopting the clairvoyant girl Maia as her daughter, and Baldwin's son Kyle, out of his coma, has been in quaratine for the past year, much to his frustration. Jordan Collier, billionaire and 4400 member, is attempting to build a seperate nation or some such for the 4400, and he's not above breaking the law to do it. His search for Richard, Lily, and their six-month-old baby Isabelle also continues, while Richard & Lily are on the run from the US government, and zealots who believe the 4400 to be a harbinger of doom. The cast took a bit of a blow with the departure of Peter Coyote as boss Dennis Ryland, who was replaced by Samantha Ferris as the new boss, Nina Jarvis. Star Trek fans receive a bit of a treat this season with appearances by Jeffery Combs (DS9's Weyoun, Brunt & Enterprise's Shran) and Robert Picardo (Voyager's Emergency Medical Hologram).

With the third season set to begin this summer (with Combs appearing in half of the episodes!), I'm eager to see the second season again, without commercials.

The 4400 is the best sci-fi series on TV these days, IMHO, since the loss of Star Trek: Enterprise and The X-Files, which is why I'm proud to add this set to my collection.

Twelve episodes make up the 2nd season, and they're 12 good hours to spend. :-)

But if you plan to spend summer watching reality shows, I pity you.
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4 of 0 people found the following review helpful By A. Gyurisin on May 26, 2007
Format: DVD
Earlier I mentioned that it took me nearly a year to get through the first season of "The 4400", a series that I thought had potential, but didn't fully grab my attention until later. Well, I jumped into this second season unsure of where the writers would take us - unsure of how the 4400 fit back into the existence of the world, and what "ripple" effect they may be having on the future. Having learned that they were returned, not from an alien race, but from our own kind in a future world, to stop a massive "catastrophe" from happening - I was hooked. I don't mean like I would casually pick up an episode here or there, it was a dedicated three hours every night until this second season was completed and then an immediate buy of the third season. My wife and I couldn't get enough of the duo of Tom Baldwin and Diana Skouris, Richard and Lilly's arranged marriage, and that father/son relationship between Shawn and Jordan Collier that teeters on madness - we gobbled it all up then asked for seconds.

The words direct from our mouths were, "This show is 100 times better than X-Files", and I will stay true to that thought and saying. What made the "X-Files" both enjoyable and irritable was the power of the individual episode, yet the overshadowing of the BIG government conspiracy. It was innovative at the time, but got old rather quickly. With "The 4400", the blend of both the individual episode (i.e. each character struggling with their own personal dilemma) as well as the HUGE underlying tone of "why" were these individuals brought back. Sides begin to develop due to the return of Jordan Collier, who wants nothing more than to create a shelter for these uniquely challenged.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By B. McEwan VINE VOICE on June 9, 2006
Format: DVD
This is one of the most innovative series to hit television since the days of the original Star Trek and the Time Tunnel. Rather than being the same ol' space alien stuff, the 4400 presents viewers with a genuine mystery -- Where have the 4,400 returnees been? Who, if anyone, took them? Why were they selected in the first place? And why have they been returned now?

The answers to these and other questions are not all revealed in the second season, but we do get some ideas about who took the 4400 and why. I won't give it away in case any of you have not yet seen the series, but suffice to say that the answers are not the standard space opera stuff.

I didn't happen to catch the first season of this series when it was originally broadcast, so ended up watching seasons 1 and 2 back to back on DVD. This is, in many ways, the best way to see the shows for the first time, as seeing them all in sequence makes the plot more sensible and also aids in helping viewers speculate about what is actually behind the "takings." If you like to puzzle out mystery stories and also enjoy top-of-the-line science fiction, The 4400 is for you.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Janet Boyer HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on June 5, 2006
Format: DVD
My husband and I just finished a marathon viewing of Season 2, and it is FANTASTIC. While Season 1 seemed a bit slow in terms of telling the individual stories, the ending (especially with the trees bowing to the passing car carrying an in-utero Isabel!) held much promise.

What I found fascinating (this was in the Return of the 4400 Featurette) is that Season 1 was a mini-series and that it wasn't certain if it would become a TV show. In fact, a writer mentioned that it wasn't supposed to come out that the 4400 were humans sent back from the future until Season 5 or so...about 100 episodes into it! So when The 4400 was given the green light for the production, the writers had to figure out how to proceed with the proverbial "cat already out of the bag".

Personally, I'm glad the cat was let out of the bag! I have felt strung along by the show LOST and stopped watching it. But at least with The 4400, you know what you're dealing with. HOWEVER, we don't know who, exactly, sent them back...and what their motives are!

While the plot lines are solid, the characters and relationships (and, of course, the writing) are what really makes this show stand out. Season 2 shows plot elements I've not seen elsewhere (Tom and his new love!) and compelling scenarios. My husband and I were so blown away by Season 2 (especially Mommy's Bosses) that we've re-started our satellite subscription just so we can see the premiere of Season 3 on June 11th on USA!

I wish there were more extras on the Season 2 Discs, but it was interesting to hear what inspired The 4400 (9/11) and Jacqueline McKenzie's (who plays Diana) accent. I would have never guessed in a million years that she was Australian based on her preformance on the show! What an amazing actress...
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No idea. I'm waiting for it, too. No indication on the official web site either. My guess is around Christmas 06.
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Subtitles in Spanish? our Audio Spanish?
I checked it and both the First and Second Seasons, don't have audio or subtitles Spanish; they're only close-captioned in English for the hearing impaired.
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