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V 2×01 Red Rain | Ratings

ABC, meanwhile, struggled: “V” began its second season up slightly from where it ended its first season, but “No Ordinary Family” and “Detroit 1-8-7” were both off from their previous averages.
ABC: “V” season premiere (6.6 million, 4.0/6)

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V Season 2 Preview | Interview with the cast

The Visitors are back, and they don’t come in peace. After seven months away from our screens, ABC’s ‘V’ returns with a vengeance tonight to begin its long-awaited second season, and judging by the first few episodes, it certainly intends to make up for lost time.

TV Squad was among a select group of journalists invited up to the set of the Vancouver-based series last September, and we have plenty of juicy scoop to whet your appetite for the new season before it premieres tonight.

Join us after the jump to get your ‘V’ fix — it’s far more tasty than eating a rat, we promise.

In case you need a refresher course, the show — a reimagining of the 1983 miniseries of the same name — began with the arrival of a (seemingly peaceful) contingent of alien visitors to Earth, and humanity’s subsequent reaction to the event.

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Interview with Elizabeth, Laura, Charles, Scott…

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“I kind of love the idea that any of us could get bumped off with the slightest provocation,” said “V” star Elizabeth Mitchell recently about the increased stakes in the second season episodes of the science fiction drama, which returns to ABC’s schedule tonight. While the first season of the series had its share of challenges in terms of relaunching the franchise from the iconic ’80s series of the same name, the goal of season two is clearly to make “V” a must-see show for viewers.

Our Jim Halterman spent a day on the “V” set in Vancouver last fall during shooting of the new episodes and chatted with cast members as well as Executive Producer Scott Rosenbaum about picking up where things left off with the season one cliffhanger, the addition of Jane Badler as Anna’s mother (who just happens to be named Diana, the character Badler played in the original series) and the challenges faced by all the characters as the Visitors continue their plan to take over Earth and its inhabitants.

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Interview with Elizabeth and Rosenbaum

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V Pulls Back the (Lizard) Layers in Season 2

When ABC’s V returns for its second season, the days of sitting around waiting for the Visitors to get the upper hand are over. Erica Evans (Elizabeth Mitchell) and the ragtag group of resistance fighters called the Fifth Column are on the offensive.

Season 1 followed FBI agent Evans, often the moral compass of the Fifth Column. The group, however, was small, and their journey was slow and arduous. Because of the ethical lines Erica refused to cross, she often kept the group from waging the war that should’ve begun in Season1.

When Season 2 kicks off (Tuesday, 9/8c), the series will dive right into the action with the introduction of a global Fifth Column, who take radical measures to ensure humanity’s safety. On top of that, we’ll finally learn more about the Visitors, including why they’re really here and what they were doing before they went public. Hint: Erica Evans now has a real reason to be angry.

“We needed there to be a reason why she would be so ruthless, which she does become,” Mitchell says. “I think she’s going to have to cross the line a lot. She’s passed the point of redemption and that makes for a really dark season.”

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V 2×01 Red Rain | TV SQUAD Review

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When Aliens Attack: ‘V’ Returns With Renewed Energy (and Some Cheese)

‘V’ (9PM ET Tuesday, ABC) certainly had a rocky time of it in its debut season. After a swell pilot, the show slowed down considerably, and ‘V’ didn’t always know how to use its mostly able cast. As the elegant alien leader, Anna, Morena Baccarin acquitted herself well, as did Elizabeth Mitchell, who plays Erica, an FBI agent leading an underground resistance. But the quality of everything else on the show fluctuated quite a bit.

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V Review | Season Two Premiere

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V is an ambitious show for a network to undertake. It’s sci-fi to the core, with visual style and an effects budget that superior series’ would have loved. The show gets just about everything right. Moral questions are addressed about the fundamental nature of the human spirit, strong characters (and often equally strong actors) are at the center of the story, and a battle of chess is played between the humans and Visitors. Despite all of this the first season of V was something much less than it should be.

Season two picks up the story begun by season one, and it uses the same trappings. But in the interim the show runners have begun to find the heart of V. There’s still a distinct lack of substance to the story, but the addition of Diana changes a core dynamic of the series. There’s potential for the battle between Anna and her mother Diana to elevate the series to a level akin to Battlestar Galactica. V already shares much with Ronald D. Moore’s remake of a classic sci-fi show, including a hybrid baby.
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