‘The 4400’: ‘Arrow’ actor to star in series reboot

According to Variety, Joseph David-Jones (“Arrow”) will kick off the reboot of “The 4400,” which is being developed by The CW.

The actor will play Rev Johnson, raised in a powerful and influential church family who passed away in the 1990s. Although he is a man of true faith and compassion, he is used to power and influence. conferred by its position. He will emerge as a natural leader among the 4,400.

The website also confirms that Khaliah Johnson will also be part of the cast.

The new version has been in development for over two years (originally with another creative team).

Ariana Jackson will be responsible for production.

The plot follows 4,400 people who disappear without a trace over the past hundred years and all come back in an instant, never aging and with no memory of what happened to them. As the government rushes to analyze potential threats and contain the story, the 4400 must face the fact that they have come back with a few… updates. And with the growing certainty that they came back for a reason.

The original series was shown by the US network and lasted for four seasons. In the plot:

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“In the last century, thousands of people have disappeared absolutely out of nowhere and their fate remains a mystery, until suddenly and inexplicably all 4,400 people disappear, some for months, others for more than 50 years, return. at the same time, none have aged even a day, nor does he remember what happened. All those who have returned are quarantined, given an identification bracelet and are gradually returning to their families. Without specifying what the event means, the government is investigating the 4,400 people, trying to find out where they were and why they returned. It quickly becomes apparent that their presence will change the human race in ways that no one has ever predicted.

It’s worth remembering that this is already the fifth reboot on the CW grid, including “Dynasty”, “Charmed”, “Walker” and “Roswell New Mexico”.

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