The forged of 4400 handled followers to a rap they created for The CW’s upcoming collection throughout its digital panel at New York Comic Con on Saturday. In 4400, which is predicated on the 2004 sci-fi collection The 4400 by Scott Peters and Renee Echevarria, 1000’s of missed, undervalued and marginalized individuals who vanished with out a hint over the past 100 years are immediately returned with no reminiscence of what occurred to them.
After showrunners Ariana Jackson and Sunil Nayar led a dialogue with the forged concerning the upcoming collection, Jaye Ladymore and Brittany Adebumola led a rendition of a tune known as “we the FoFo,” which supplies of us a good suggestion of the premise for the present. Pattern lyrics: “We the FoFo / Comin by the do’ do’ / Fallin’ from the sky to the flo’ flo’ / Who introduced us right here we don’t know-know.”
The tune actually conveyed a powerful sense of unity with the forged, who expressed their delight and pleasure of the upcoming present throughout the panel.
“The present form of highlights loads of completely different characters that I’ve by no means seen on TV earlier than,” stated Joseph Davis-Jones, who performs Jharrel Mateo, native Detroiter from the current day. “And loads of them are those that I do know in my life and I’ve seen, and so they’ve by no means had that illustration on display screen. And I really feel prefer it’s about time.”
Fellow forged member Ireon Roach admitted sci-fi is a style outdoors of her private wheelhouse, however stated she was excited for individuals who may establish together with her “see a bit of science fiction that actually simply bleeds right into a world that all of us reside in.”
“I’ve by no means seen sci-fi with this a lot melanin,” stated TL Thompson, who performs Andre Davis, a personality transplanted from the Nineteen Twenties to the current day.
Thompson additionally revealed about 4400 is that it addresses the coronavirus pandemic “nevertheless it’s not a pandemic present.”
4400 premieres Monday, Oct. 25 on The CW.
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