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Season 4 (Black Lightning)

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A fourth season of Black Lightning was renewed on January 7, 2020 and will air in January due to the 2019-2020 Coronavirus Pandemic.[1]

Synopsis[edit]

Jefferson Pierce is a man with many faces. He is a former Olympic athlete, respected educator and a father of two. He is also Black Lightning, superpowered protector of the fictional city of Freeland with the ability to sense and harness electricity. Jefferson is not the only one with powers and multiple faces. His oldest daughter, Anissa Pierce, is a medical student, health clinic volunteer and dedicated social activist. She is also the superhero known as Thunder who possesses the ability to drastically increase her density, giving her invulnerability and super strength for as long as she can hold her breath. Finally, Jefferson's youngest daughter, Jennifer Pierce, is a fiery teen who inherited her father's athletic gifts but not his desire to be an athlete. Jennifer also inherited superpowers. Her body generates pure electrical energy and she possesses the potential to be more powerful than Anissa or Jefferson and is known as Lightning. Lynn Stewart is Jefferson's ex-wife but they are still very much in love in addition to sharing the load as co-parents. She's also an expert in metahuman medicine. Together, the Pierce family faces the challenges of a declined urban community, including a war between a menacing gang that calls itself The 100, and a criminal cartel backed by the Pierce family's nemesis, the infamous gangster, Tobias Whale. Fortunately, the family has allies in their fight, Jefferson's surrogate father and a former covert superspy, Peter Gambi.[2]

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(May 2020)

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References[edit]

Arrowverse
Television series
Batman: Classic TV Series The Green Hornet The Flash Birds of Prey Smallville Arrow The Flash Constantine Supergirl DC's Legends of Tomorrow Lucifer Black Lightning Titans Swamp Thing Doom Patrol Batwoman Stargirl
Upcoming television series
Green Arrow and the Canaries Superman & Lois Green Lantern Peacemaker
Web series
Blood Rush Vixen John Con Noir Chronicles of Cisco Stretched Scene Freedom Fighters: The Ray Mr. Parker's Cul De Sac
Films

"The Flash II: Revenge of the Trickster" "The Flash III: Deadly Nightshade (Film)" "Vixen: The Movie" "Freedom Fighters: The Ray" "Man of Steel" "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" "Suicide Squad" "Wonder Woman" "Justice League" "Aquaman" "Shazam!" "Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)" "Batman" "Batman Returns" "Batman Forever" "Batman & Robin" "Catwoman" "Superman" "Superman II" "Superman Returns"

Upcoming Films

"Wonder Woman 1984" "Zack Snyder's Justice League" "The Suicide Squad" "The Batman" "Black Adam" "Shazam! Fury of the Gods" "The Flash" "Aquaman 2" "Lobo" "Plastic Man" "Blue Beetle" "The Trench" "Justice League 2" "Supergirl" "Man of Steel 2" "Green Lantern Corps" "Cyborg" "The New Gods" "Batgirl (Film)" "Justice League Dark" "Gotham City Sirens" "Nightwing" "Blackhawk" "Deathstroke"

TV Specials

Year One Chasing Lightning DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Their Time Is Now Constantine: The Legend Continues Crisis Aftermath I Crisis Aftermath II Arrow: Hitting the Bullseye DC Films Presents: The Dawn of the Justice League

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