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V, Season 1HD

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Elizabeth Mitchell (Lost) stars in this reimagining of the hit miniseries. “Visitors” appear in every major city, promoting a message of peace . . . but are they a threat to our existence? As the world becomes fascinated with the V's, FBI Counter Terrorist Agent Erica Evans (Mitchell) discovers a secret that may threaten the lives of everyone close to her, including her teenage son, Tyler (Logan Huffman), who sees the V's as a new chance for mankind. For Chad Decker (Scott Wolf), a career-hungry news anchor, his exclusive interviews with the leader of the V's, Anna (Morena Baccarin), are vital to his dominating the airwaves. Father Jack (Joel Gretsch), a priest questioning his faith, is unsure about the V's. Seeking answers outside the church, he discovers there are other dissidents, like Ryan Nichols (Morris Chestnut), who is faced with his own life-altering decision. Never has there been more at stake. From Scott Peters (The 4400), V also stars Lourdes Benedicto and Laura Vandervoort.

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While many of my generation tend to remember the often-campy sci-fi series from the 80's, this new re-imagining of the series V is a blend of modern special effects, excellent (and creepy) performances by our "visitor friends" and a decent roll-out of plot that will draw many who may not have even seen the original.
The only major criticism that I have is that the show could really have used a two-hour pilot that built the Visitors up a little more subtly than what we saw. While the introduction of alien "cells" at work around the world and the mysterious pasts of a few of our characters has had a reveal or two that promises to back-fill this element of the plot, the jury is still out on whether they make good on development. From what I've seen, I have high hopes, to say the least.
All I can say is that we're out of the gate and running in a spectacular way! Enjoy!


I watched the PREMIERE of "V" and I wasn't disappointed!!! I love that this is going be an updated version of the 80's Show and that it is a more BELIEVABLE premise!!! The Premiere gave up some AMAZING TWISTS - and this I feel will be an AMAZING RIDE!!! So many were opposed to BATTLESTAR GALACTICA - when it was "REIMAGINED" so to speak - and it turned out to be something 10 times better than the original!!! I have a FEELING that we can expect the same from this NEW VERSION AS WELL!!! Give it a chance - I know you won't be disappointed!!! ANXIOUSLY WAITING FOR MORE!!!


Wow, this was pretty bad, especially for those that are old enough to remember the original miniseries. Remember everything that shocked and awed you in that one? Well, it's all revealed in about the first half hour. The pilot was rushed and tried to cram in about 3 episodes worth of material into just one. The writing was atrocious. The actors do their best to add something to the dialogue, but there's not much there worth salvaging. There are some pretty decent special effects, but those aren't reason enough to tune into this pile of ineptness.

I'm going to give this one more episode, but it had better blow me out of the water.

V, Season 1
View In iTunes $24.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Released: Nov 03, 2009
  • CCin English for some episodes


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