V (2009–2011)
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Anna enlists Ryan to help in efforts to eliminate the Fifth Column; the Vatican orders Father Travis to have Jack leave the church; Lisa meets her grandmother.

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Tyler Evans
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Lisa
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Kyle Hobbes
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Anna
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Chad Decker
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Diana
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Marcus
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A.D. Paul Kendrick
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Kerry Eltoff
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John Fierro
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Thomas
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Anna enlists Ryan to help in efforts to eliminate the Fifth Column; the Vatican orders Father Travis to have Jack leave the church; Lisa meets her grandmother.

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Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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In the aftermath of the gun battle a close up of Erica holding her ex-husbands hand shows her hand on top of his, the fingers interlaced. The next shot has her hand under his holding the thumb. See more »

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V End Theme
Composed by Normand Corbeil
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Siege
13 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

The "new" V is excellent. Having been there to see the original, let me say the new version is not only a remake but a new generation. The scenes, characters and props are well-thought out and stand head and shoulders over most sci-fi series available today.

The casting of Morena Baccarin as Anna was a stroke of genius. I can see the "reptile" seething inside the character. The combined effort of the cast makes the plot seem a real-life possibility, even if one was not aware that it was a remake. Now, for those of you you who claim you don't like it and don't catch on, you just aren't smart enough to make a well-supported critique let alone appreciate the interstitial plot levels. Hope you grow wiser by the next generation's production!


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