New ‘V’ Promo Video

Published 6 years ago by , Updated September 24th, 2009 at 11:09 pm,

v logo 001 New V Promo Video

Those tuning in to see the series premiere of ABC’s Flashforward will be able to view, for the first time, an amazing new promo for V.

Or, you could watch it below. It’s your choice. (Watch it now!)

V is a remake of the cult mini-series from the 80’s in which aliens known as “The Visitors” (“V”) try to gain control of earth. It is produced by The 4400 creator Scott Peters and it stars Elizabeth Mitchell (Lost), Morris Chestnut (Ladder 49) and Joel Gretsch (The 4400)

V premieres on ABC Tuesday, November 3rd.

Source: The Ausiello Files

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  1. Take me to your lizard.

  2. They are not tricking you, they are just spreading hope!

  3. … and change.

  4. Can’t we stop farting around and just make a decent version of “Childhood’s End” already?

  5. and heathcare reform,,,

  6. Heh, I saw the same thing you guys did. 8)


  7. That’s part of the reason why I’m excited to watch this. I think the writers of this show pulled a fast one on ABC, lol. They might not notice… 😛

  8. New Lizards… I like Anna (scarcely I said excessive…), she has wonderful eyelightning, so mild and lovely… and her neck… Wow! Grey color of her clothes shows her coldblood and carnivorism… I havn’t any words.

    New motherships… A paradise in the Saucer, but a new shattle looked unnaturally, and old version of it (’83-85) I like more.

    Actors played nicely, sometimes I belived the fiction real.

    Denis from Russia. We’re looking for Keneth Johnson’s “V’s”, and love it.