It’s another V last night episode’s review and it mentions something I think it’s not really helping V to succeed.
And V is not being shown on Hulu nor ABC.com, which is really needed when you have a serialized genre show in the case of V.
V: Unholy Alliance
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V returns after being pre-empted for last week’s State of the Union address. With its returns, a few new players join the game. Jay Karnes (TV’s The Shield) is the new partner of Erica Evans (Elizabeth Mitchell) with whom she attended Quantico. Oded Fehr (The Mummy) is Eli Cohn, a member of the Fifth Column whose methods are far more brutal than Erica’s Fifth Column cell.
The good: Tonight’s episode has a WTF moment: Anna (Morena Baccarin) blackmails the Vatican into condemning anti-V rhetoric – something Fr. Jack Landry (Joel Gretsch) is spewing. What she does with the blue energy is disturbing – and probably offended some very religious viewers.
Let’s hope the creators will get to tell their story or at least continue it in comics like Joss Whedon has done with Buffy the Vampire Slayer if this show gets hamstrung any more than it has.
2x04 Unholy Alliance - Season 2 - V - V Reviews