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They seem almost godlike among us. They are the alien Visitors who, led by mysterious queen Anna, base their operations out of 29 motherships hovering over 29 global sites. But why 29? The answer lies in the Vs’ secret plan – just one of the extraordinary revelations in Season 2 of V. As that astonishing plan draws closer to fulfillment, a resourceful underground unit of resistance fighters called the Fifth Column redoubles its efforts to undermine it. And throughout are the amazing visuals that are hallmarks of the series: looming spaceships, advanced medical technologies and the fear-inducing morphing of Vs into their reptilian forms. Our world…their rules?

Nothing less than the fate of the world hangs in the balance at the conclusion of this, the second season of the sci-fi drama V--but since the show has been canceled by ABC-TV, we may never know how it all turns out. In the meantime, though, there's plenty in these 10 episodes to keep us occupied. In year one, the Visitors, commonly known as "Vs," arrived in 29 enormous spaceships which they parked over an equal number of world cities (the significance of the number 29 is revealed in the course of season two), claiming they were "of peace" and performing messiah-worthy medical and scientific miracles to impress gullible Earthlings. But by the end of that season, a few humans--specifically the so-called Fifth Column, a gallant band headed by FBI agent Erica Evans (Elizabeth Mitchell), whose own son had fallen under the evil sway of the Vs--figured out that all was not what it seemed. This time around, while icy V queen Anna (Morena Baccarin) continues to try to convince the populace of her benign intentions, the Fifth Column and their allies gradually uncover the Visitors' sinister plan to preserve their own race by enslaving and forcibly mating with humans. Among the allies are a few rebel Vs--Morris Chestnut plays Ryan Nichols, a V who wants to help the humans but is still manipulated by Anna, who has Ryan's half-V/half-human child captive, and Laura Vandervoort is Lisa, Anna's own disenchanted daughter. The good guys have made some progress in clueing the world into what's really going on, but not much. A few major characters die; we get a better look at what the Vs really look like (Alien-esque lizards with nasty teeth and lethal pointed tails), witness more of their wondrous technology (as before, the effects work is excellent), and realize that while the Vs are virtually omnipotent, they'll never be able to steal our souls. But by the end of the final episode, it's not at all clear if, let alone how, humanity will prevail.

V and its creators, who drew on the 1983 miniseries of the same name, seem to have an agenda that goes somewhat beyond spinning a compulsively watchable, if fairly standard, humans vs. space invaders yarn. The aliens' offer of free health care and jobs might be seen as a criticism of politicians in general and the Obama administration in particular; the ease with which they cow the Vatican into submission isn't exactly a ringing endorsement of organized religion; and other stories hint at popular conservative stands against immigration and science (if not technology). Special features are limited to deleted scenes from every episode. --Sam Graham

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  • Actors: Elizabeth Mitchell, Morena Baccarin, Scott Wolf
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Portuguese
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: October 18, 2011
  • Run Time: 460 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (217 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003R0MEYA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,701 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "V: Season 2" on IMDb

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105 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Jarryd on April 21, 2011
Format: DVD
The original "V" mini-series and "V: The Final Battle" were ground breaking, riveting dramas that were essentially a play on the history of the Nazi party and it's rise to power. The original "V" was one of the most watched mini-series of the 1980's and won international acclaim for it's powerful story and strong performances. The 1980's TV series spin-off that followed did not come even remotely close to living up to either mini-series. The show started with an interesting idea but was destroyed by poor writing, low budgets and uninspired direction and was inevitably cancelled. Toward the end, the only thing the original TV series had going for it was the performance of the always exceptional Jane Badler as evil lizard overlord, Diana.

Season 1 of "V", the remake, updated the original 1980's mini-series for a new century while maintaining the promise of the original by adapting the story to fit into a world more concerned with international terrorism than space-Nazi's.

The new "V" was not an exact copy, it was a re-imagining - which was good, because fans of the original could enjoy something they loved and still be surprised and shocked hand in hand with those new to "V".

The first season of the new "V" was very much about a show finding its feet and a cast finding their characters, but despite those ups and downs an excellent product emerged that resonated with a decent enough audience to get the show a second year despite some unwise network decisions that almost killed it after it's highly rated premier.

When season 2 hit, it hit with a bang!
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86 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Guy H. Lemonier on October 13, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
This is why I hate network TV. They get us to watch these shows and without consideration for the audience, which invested the time to watch 2 seasons (22 episodes), they leave the season finale on a cliff hanger then cancel the show. This has happened to me way too offen. This disturbing pattern seem to be happening more and more. Shows like "The Unit" (CBS), Reaper (CW), 4400 (USA) and "Heroes" (NBC) all were left on cliff hangers at the end of the season only to be canceled. This almost never happens to shows on HBO, Showtime and Starz. WTF. If the show is not getting the rating they want or expect all they have to do is a two hour movie TV special and tie up the story. Would you buy an unfinished book? Then why buy an unfinished TV series? Save your money and buy shows with awesome finales. Try "Six Feet Under", "Friday Night Lights" or the BBC version of "The Office".
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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Darth Sabreth on May 17, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
This is a wonderful series. The writers and the producers are beyond reproach with putting this series together. the actors are well beyond profetionalism and really bring you into the story. the series has not been canceled as of yet but only delayed acording to ABC. There arent very many SCI FI action dramas out there and right now ABC basicly has a huge fan base to pool from. if they actually cancel this show it would set ABC back with all the other bland progaming the other networks have at the moment.

I hope this series goes on for many more seasons and my hats off to all the wonderful hard working men and women who make V the Series what it is.

Edit:7/18/2011 Now that the show is officially canceled i absolutely refuse to support ABC nor will i watch any of their programming. The executives appear too be mindless bafoons that would not know good programming if it hit them in there butts. mabie they should run as politicians .... they will fit in with all the other brain dead politicians!!!!!
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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Jack on April 19, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
V Season 2 is a giant improvement over the first season. The season premiere picks up where the first season finale left off...the red sky. We start to learn a lot more about the V's this season including exactly what they look like under their human skin. This season also marks the return of Jane Badler from the original as Diana. She plays the mother of Anna and the scenes between them are awesome. Mark Salling from the original V also appears in the finale, leaving his role open for season 3. The show is a lot more interesting this season with betrayals, shocking deaths, twists, new characters and more. If you thought the first season was okay, you are sure to like this season.
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142 of 175 people found the following review helpful By WVL on July 31, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
There aren't many good scifi shows and movies that are aired on TV these days. "V" was one of the good ones. The SyFy channel airs lousy "B" rated cgi movies and shows about 80% of the time. Only good shows that are aired now are Eureka, Warehouse 13, Haven and if I don't fall asleep, Alphas. When ABC cancelled "V", I cancelled my pre-order of the 2 season of "V". Not to protest ABC decision to cancelled this great show, but I don't like buying something that will not have a good ending. In my opinion, "V" did not have and will not have a good ending. I bought the entire series of "Lost" because it was a great show and it had a good ending which was planned long before the finale.

So here's a message for the yahoos at ABC. Shame on you.

So go ahead guys, click on the option, "No" when asked was this review helpful. I don't care what you think. I'm glad I gave my two cents to those yahoos at ABC really stink!
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do not buy v season 2
Totally agree. They should give us 2 hr. movie finale for closure.
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