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In this compelling series about the world's first encounter with an alien race, appearances can be deceiving. While the world quickly embraced the Visitors as saviors, FBI Counter Terrorist Agent Erica Evans (Elizabeth Mitchell – Lost) discovered that the V’s and their leader, Anna (Morena Baccarin – Firefly), were after something far more devious and diabolical than anyone could imagine: the destruction of humanity. Season two features more details of the V's mythology, including a glimpse at their true skin, and even more action and plot twists. Recurring guest stars include Jane Badler (original V) as Diana, Anna's mother; Oded Fehr (Resident Evil) as Eli Cohn, leader of a new radical Fifth Column resistance movement; Jay Karnes (The Shield) as Chris Bolling; and Bret Harrison (Reaper) as Dr. Sidney Miller, an evolutionary biologist who may have information about the Red Sky. Morris Chestnut, Joel Gretsch, Logan Huffman, Laura Vandervoort, Charles Mesure and Scott Wolf also star.

Customer Reviews

Too little, too late

So they didn't put Season 2 online when the show was on the air, NOW they put the show online after they canceled it because they had no ratings?!?

Too little, too late. Not buying this at all!

ABC Killed V -- not the humans.

Ever felt betrayed like the characters did by Anna? That's how I felt when I learned ABC killed the series. So be warned -- there is no conclusion to season 2 cliff hanger.

And you know ABC, I blame your lame moves for its failure. After Season 1, you decided to stick it to Apple -- no more iTunes episodes. Season 2 would be on ABC terms only. Well you lost ratings because V was up against a tough crowd of competing shows with loyal fans. THEN YOU PULL THE PLUG IN MAY 2011 and DUMP ANNA ONTO iTunes to recoup your expenses?

Boy was I taken. I was under the spell of ABC not Anna. "we come in peace, we bring entertainment, we want you to enjoy" and like Anna's lizard tail through her mother Diana's heart -- ABC sticks it to us.

Season 2 was amazing! Too bad the ending leaves humans compelled to follow Anna. Sad. Disappointed.

Tedious story with good actors

This story lacks any balance with the aliens and their all powerful technology and amazing insight constantly making fools of the human population. The use of a mother's love for her child as a main story line is also getting very old and irritating. This particular theme is used as an excuse for many weak plot lines and excuses for frustrating twists and irrelevant turns in the story. The final episode makes a feeble attempt to redress the balance but, of course, we will never get to see what would transpire as a result of the revelations in the last episode.

This series had great potential but has been ruined by poor character development, a slow and frustrating story line and a precipitous termination just as it was beginning to get interesting again. In its support the characters of Anna and Erica are well played.

V, Season 2
View in iTunes $19.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Released: Jan 04, 2011
  • CCin English


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