"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." -- iTunes Store
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The visitors have arrived, but what is their plan for the human race? One thing is certain: Every person's life will change as the fate of the planet hangs in the balance. V is the highest-rated new drama series on television, and this is your chance to get caught up. Watch V: The Arrival, a special clip show from the first four episodes, and be ready when they return.
In the last cliffhanger episode, several key plot and character points were revealed: Erica had lost her control over Tyler as she discovered he was now on the Mothership with Anna and Lisa; she also learned that Ryan was a Visitor. Father Jack was stabbed by the V's security guard from the warehouse, where evidence of experimenting on humans had been discovered. Valerie revealed that she is pregnant by Ryan (carrying, unbeknownst to her, a half alien, half human baby). And Chad, while doing a report on the Visitors' healing center, had been medically scanned and told he has a potentially fatal aneurysm in his brain.
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