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The 4400: Season 4
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The fourth year ends with a viral outbreak, followed by the death of a key character. For the most part, though, the conclusion holds out hope for relations between the positives and the rest of the population--if they can stop the Marked in time. Because the USA Network chose not to renew the show, some questions may never be answered. Fortunately, The 4400 went out with both humor and heart. Extra features include deleted scenes, featurettes, a blooper reel, and commentary from creator Scott Peters on "Till We Have Built Jerusalem" and the director's cut of finalé "The Great Leap Forward." --Kathleen C. Fennessy
- All 13 episodes from the 2007 season on four discs
- The Great Leap Forward (Director's Cut)
- Season IV: Factions at War
- Jordan Collier: The Grey Man
- Season IV Blooper reel
- Audio commentaries
- Deleted scenes
Top Customer Reviews
Well that was the original concept but in Season 3, USA decided to give it a darker edge and the show was all over the place. But I am happy say that in the Season 4 that the show started to get back on track. But I am sad to say that there will be no Season 5!
So enjoy the following and final episodes:
The Wrath of Graham - A promicin teenager gets the ability to make everyone like him.
Fear Itself - A person can make your worst fears come true or least make you think that it is true.
Audrey Parker's Come and Gone - A woman acquires the ability to astra project herself. But when she is murdered while projecting, her astral projection tries to lead Tom and Diana to her murderer.
The Truth and Nothing but the Truth - A woman acquires the ability to force people to tell the truth but this could kill her. (Natasha Gregson Wagner - daughter of Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner - guests)
Try the Pie - Tom finds out that Kyle is positive and Kyle flees to Collier's Evanston, a town where everyone is promicin positive.
The Marked - A film director has the ability to make acturate pictures about real life consiracies. But his latest film The Marked is too hot.
Till We Have Built Jerusalem - Collier's followers move to Seattle and build Promise City.Read more ›
I was really really happy to have found this show, and was looking forward to s5 but I guess that will never happen.
if you love character driven storylines, you should definitely consider this
I still watch all the shows I like, I just wait until they're on DVD and rent them from Netflix. I can then watch the entire show's run in a couple weekends and I don't have to see a single commercial.
This show was just starting to get really poignant with the new story arcs they opened up, but when they just cancelled it for no reason. I turned to alternatives. I doubt that the networks care that I cancelled my cable, but hopefully enough people will get tired of the networks thumbing their noses at them and follow suit. I understand the need to cancel shows, just do it responsibly. The shows are the network's product. If I continually received imcomplete products from a store, I would no longer shop there. It doesn't have to be a good conclusion, just some closure... Joss Whedon understands this better than anyone. Fox prematurly cancelled Firefly, so Joss made a movie and tied almost everything up. The same thing happened with Stargate Sg-1. ((Networks, pay attention: If you want people to continue to buy your products, quit slapping your customers in the face!)) That's my rant... I leave the fight in your capable hands, because I no longer care what the networks do. Fight the good fight and cancel your cable.
And USA is NBC, so that'll tell you WHY the show was canceled - it was original and decidedly non-mainstream. And NBC can't have that.
This last season focuses on the crisis caused by the widespread dissemination of the Promicin shot. Anyone willing to risk their lives can have a 50/50 chance of receiving a power...but those that don't get a power, die. While NTAC struggles vainly to put the Promicin genie back in its bottle, Jordan Collier's movement transforms into a true cult of personality.
The plots in the fourth season finally move away a bit from the "mutant of the week" format that plagued earlier episodes. Unfortunately, there is one very silly plot arc about body snatchers from the future called the Marked that takes up a lot of screen time, and is almost completely uninteresting. Couldn't the writers have come up with better villains than this? Oh well. The real excitement in season 4 comes from watching Jordan Collier's machinations and his conflict with the more moderate Shawn Baldwin. Bill Campbell once again steals the show as Jordan Collier. He is both menacing and charming, and leaves viewers genuinely unsure of his intentions right up to the end of the show. Patrick Flueger also does a good job as a conflicted leader trying to walk a middle path. Other actors are fine, with no particular standouts.
Another gripe with the 4400 is the tendency of actors to quickly be written out of the show, with little explanation or aftermath for their departure. Billy Campbell took time off from the show to sail around the world in an earlier season, and the show suffered for it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Every thing was good, I have not had the chance to watch it yet but it came on time & it's the right one. I just wish the TV show was still onPublished 4 months ago by Kevin
It significantly lost steam in the middle of this (4th) season, but it was still entertaining.Published 6 months ago by MM
Item in great condition, and fast shipping. Thank you, and Awesome.Published 6 months ago by Jimmie Bandza
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