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Los Angeles Times: 'V': Previewing tonight's fall finale

ABC's sci-fi series V wraps up the first part of its first season run tonight at 8 pm ET/PT before it returns with new episodes in March.

I had the chance to watch tonight's episode over the weekend and absolutely loved it. You can head over to the Los Angeles Times/Show Tracker site to read my advance review of the fourth episode of V, which I am referring to as the series' fall finale.

Be sure to head over to the comments section (or leave a thought here) about what you think tonight's episode will hold for the Visitors and the humans... and tune in tonight for quite a few surprising twists.

V airs tonight at 8 pm ET/PT on ABC.

Comments

Veronica said…
Thanks for the great review! I'm excited about tonight's episode (sounds like it will be a good one) but then it's too bad that there will be a long break before the remaining episodes air. Hopefully, it won't do irreparable damage to the show.
Maya said…
I hate Tyler but, otherwise, I'm enjoying the series. I'm concerned, though, that he's becoming an even bigger part of the storyline. That kid just cannot act and I totally don't believe that Lisa or Anna would be the least bit interested in him.
Page48 said…
Note to "Fringe": watch "V" and learn from it.

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