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Promicin Time: "The 4400" Returns This June

Is it just me or does it seem like forever since we checked in with the returnees over on The 4400? (Was it only just last summer? Seems like a lifetime ago.)

Fortunately, USA Network today announced a return date for the time travel series, set to enter its fourth season. Mark your calendars for June 17th at 9 pm, when Season Four of The 4400 kicks off on Sunday nights (making the separation from Battlestar Galactica a wee bit easier).

As previously announced, Billy Campbell will return to the series on a full-time basis as the enigmatic Jordan Collier, joining fellow stars Joel Gretsch, Jacqueline McKenzie, Patrick Flueger, Conchita Campbell, Megalyn Echikunwoke, and Chad Faust.

When last we saw the returnees, Jordan had stolen the stockpile of promicin and planned to distribute it to anyone who wanted to become a 4400. One such person was Tom Baldwin's son son Kyle (Faust) and Diana's sister (Natasha Gregson Wagner), both of whom seem poised to inject themselves with that unpredictable chemical.

I don't need Maia to tell me that I cannot wait for June 17th!

Comments

The CineManiac said…
Can't Wait, I love that there's some really great Sci-Fi shows out now. And I can't wait to see where the show goes next.
As for BSG I can't believe I stopped watching this in Season 1, can't wait to finish Season 2 and see how season 3 plays out.
Yay! I can't wait for more 4400! It seems like it's been forever...

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