V: Season 2
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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?
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It maynot be the ending you want. I feel there should have been another two or three episodes, but what can I say? Overall, though it's a good watch for any SciFi fan.
I was really excited about Season 2, particularly when Jane Badler made her appearance. She is older--but she is still sexy! Of course, while I liked the idea of her being Anna's mother, I found it frustrating that her role was so passive for so long. Season 2 was much more exciting, and the plot development was really interesting! As time went on, it didn't even really need Jane Badler to make it exciting--though I still was upset about the finale in regards to her character.
It is a shame the series was cancelled just when it was getting really juicy, but I am glad to have the DVDs. As for the DVDs themselves, I was pleased that they came in a good package. I don't like the "paper" type of sets the original and Final Battle came in. This has a plastic hard case that goes into a protective holder. It comes with a small booklet, which has attractive photographs, and gives a brief synopsis of each episode. The DVD allows audio options in English and Portuguese, and the subtitles are in several languages (I love subtitles). There are also deleted scenes, which are interesting to watch...though I am usually glad they didn't make the cut.
it's basically over.