Once something happened that we had been waiting for so long – the human race faced with aliens. Giant spaceships have emerged over the main cities of the planet. They broadcast a picture of a very attractive woman named Anna who claimed that her race came in peace. Wishing to be friends with people, the Visitors began to share their incredible inventions. While many people are happy, some of them begin to suspect a catch. Erica Evans, an FBI agent, is one of these distrustful earthlings. She learns a terrible secret that this contact of aliens with earthlings is far from the first. There are already many Visitors living on Earth in human form, and their plans are not as friendly as it might seem.

Interesting Facts

  • A pilot episode of the TV show was released on November 3, 2009 on ABC. As the first season was warmly received by both viewers and critics, the TV series was renewed for a second season, which however turned out to be the last. “V” was canceled on March 15, 2011.
  • The “V” TV series is a reboot of the “V” television franchise, which started back in 1983 and included three mini-series and two dozen books. Kenneth Johnson, the creator of the original TV show, has nothing to do with the 2009 TV series. Remarkably, Johnson still dreams of making a feature-length film within the “V” universe.
  • Although Morena Baccarin (the leader of the aliens) was previously known to viewers, he gained the greatest popularity precisely because of his role in the “V” TV show. Since then, Morena’s acting career took off. Now, her filmography includes such projects as “Homeland” and “Gotham”, as well as the “Deadpool” dilogy.


V is an American-made fantasy thriller television series, a remake of the 1983 mini-series “V”. The first season of the TV show premiered on November 3, 2009 on ABC.

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