In the series' pilot episode, a ball of light deposits a group of 4400 people in the Cascade Range foothills near Mount Rainier, Washington in the United States. Each of the 4400 had disappeared in a beam of green light in 1946 or after. None of them have aged from the time of their disappearance. Confused and disoriented, they have no memories of what transpired prior to their return.
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|Premiere: World||September 23, 2004|
|Premiere: USA||July 11, 2004|
|Channel||USA Network (21:00, United States)|
|Parental Advisory||Frightening & Intense Scenes, Violence & Gore, Sex & Nudity, ...|
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DescriptionAs the reappearance of 4,400 missing persons on a single day confounds the global community, federal agents on the case slowly discover the ways in which the victims have been changed.
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