From Publishers Weekly
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"A space age version of "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich." -Kenneth Clark, UPI
"…The best kind of science fiction: the kind that makes you think about the meaning of life on Earth. 'V' is a morality tale, a story of how people react in the face of overwhelming tyranny. It's prime-grade television." -Nick Coleman, Minneapolis Star & Tribune
" 'V' harbors a great deal of relevant social commentary on our misuse of water, our dependence on mass-communication, our commercialization of daily life…Perhaps comparing it to Orwell may be reaching a bit, but it certainly is superior commercial television fare." - Christian Science Monitor
"…Best miniseries in more than a year. Kenneth Johnson…knows how to make magic…" -Lee Winfrey, Philadelphia Inquirer
'V' makes a mesmerizing nightmare." -Tom Shales, Washington Post
" 'V' -Victorious as sci-fi miniseries…Dazzling…An intelligent, imaginative, engrossing four hour drama. 'V' is a thought provoking, sometimes shocking drama that keeps the viewer engaged." -Kay Gardella, New York Daily News
"Right at the top we know that 'V' isn't just another fling at science fiction - it is nothing less than a retelling of history - the rise of the Nazis done as a cautionary science fiction fable. For television this is probably a first. It is by politics and ideology that you will know 'V'." -John Corry, New York Times
"…Kenneth Johnson and his very good cast and technicians succeed in giving us an imaginative first-class thriller of substance and social significance." -Judith Crist, TV Guide
"…Absolutely stunning…a riveting tale that is utterly convincing and compelling." - Newark Star-Ledger
"It has epic heroes in Marc Singer as a rebelling TV cameraman and Faye Grant as the leader of the Los Angeles underground…It has swell heavies in Andrew Prine and Jane Ba...