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Los Angeles Times: "V: Choose Your Masters"

Looking to discuss last night's season finale of ABC's V?

Head over to the Los Angeles Times/Show Tracker site, where you can read my take on last night's episode ("Red Sky"), entitled "V: Choose Your Masters."

I'm curious to know what you thought. What did you think of this episode and of the season in general? Should we trust Marcus? Sad to see Val go? Will Ryan come back around? Will Lisa become queen? Will you come back next season to watch Season 2 of V? Head to the comments section to discuss.

Season Two of V will launch in midseason on ABC.

Comments

Anonymous said…
So when exactly is midseason? Next January or something?

Isn't that the reason why ratings are suffering with most ABC shows? They air a handful of episodes, wait 3-4 months and then air more. These breaks in the middle of the show's seasons are the reason the ratings suffer. People forget about the shows or don't bother anymore.

V has been slow, very thin on the alien tech (lasers, etc) and the special effects are somewhat ugly. Almost every scene on the mothership is so poorly green screened it's laughable. There are tons of reasons it is hurting in the ratings.

The biggest reason is ABC itself.
The original V is so much better.
wdavi said…
I disagree with the orginal being the better. Though, I do agree with the way ABC scheduled this series. A hiatus in the middle of the season? This new re-working of the original V series, didn't catch fire, until the last 3 or 4 episodes. The Finale was the best episode so far. Also, kudos to ABC for deciding to renew V. Flash-Forward is a complete waste of time. Most Sci-Fi shows take a season or two, before they start to catch on, and start to snowball with viewers. Here's to hoping that is ABC patient.
Cassie said…
I don't know why you think that the people who brought Joshua back are Fifth Column. None of them looked familiar, I've only seen Joshua interact with the other guy that got taken in the medical bay. I figured they brought him back to torture him for information still making Marcus a bad guy, but if you are right then that is just as awesome.
Piper said…
After a fairly inconsistent season, I though that the finale was strong and made me interested in seeing where the story would go. Anna screaming at the end definitely made the hair on my arms stand up!
Unknown said…
Wonderful episode. Glad to see Joshua revived. Looking forward to the next season!

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