V: Win The Complete First Season on DVD and Catch Up!

V season oneThe second season of V premieres on January 4th and one lucky person will be able to catch up by winning the first season on DVD! This series combines sci-fi thrills with dazzling technical virtuosity to tell a story of peaceful aliens with sinister motives and the fledgling resistance to their rise on earth.

The V story revolves around Earth’s first alien encounter when huge motherships appear over 29 major cities. Known as the Vs, the visitors seem human-like, and are equipped with numerous gifts of technology and healing knowledge. They are received as saviors, who are willing to share their capabilities for the small reward of sharing Earth’s resources. However, a resistance begins with a group of skeptical humans who suspect that the Visitors are not as awesome as they seem. They soon discover that the aliens have infiltrated Earth for years and, indeed, have a shocking agenda.

Castmembers include Elizabeth Mitchell, Morris Chestnut, Joel Gretsch, Charles Mesure, Logan Huffman, Lourdes Benedicto, Laura Vandervoort, Morena Baccarin, and Scott Wolf.

Season One of the new V has just been released and the three-disc set includes all 12 episodes from the first season and special features including, Breaking Story: The World of V (Taking a Fresh Perspective on the V Mythology), The Actor’s Journey from Human to V (Cast Members on the Techniques, Challenges and Rewards of Reimagining a Classic Tale for a New Generation), An Alien in Human Skin: The Makeup of V (Makeup Application and Execution), Fruition (executive producers commentary on episode 11), The Visual Effects of V (A Primer on the Series’ Jaw-Dropping Visuals Includes a Fascinating Tour of FX Powerhouse Zoic Studios), and unaired scenes.

You can purchase the DVD set for $30.49 or you can also try to win a copy here. To enter, you need to merely post a comment below.You can enter once per day.

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Guidelines: This giveaway is open to participants with a United States mailing address only. (International readers can enter if they have a friend in the States who can accept their prizes by mail.) Many may enter but one person will win. You must be 18 and older to enter and no purchase is necessary. Contest ends December 6, 2010.

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  1. Bob Puckett says

    I was very impressed with the new V, just as I was very impressed with the previous incarnation. Had the first V been made today, this is just how it would have been made. However it is very sad that Network TV has no vision where Sci-Fi is concerned. They only want to stuff us full of Crime shows, and Comedies. We saw this with Star Trek (William Shatner, version), V (Jane Badler – aka Diana 84-85), Space 1999 and so on. I only hope that V (current version) stays on the air, if it doen’t the hopefully the Syfy channel would pick it up.
    thanks Bob

  2. kaye says

    Absolutley the best show on ABC, the only programing I watch on ABC is “V” and World News tonight with Diane Sawyer. TV isnt the same anymore and alot of the american public is settling for trash. There were so many good regular TV shows that used to come on, and nowall i see are reality shows and idiotic television. So when I find a good show, I have to stick with it.

  3. teresa rice says

    Iwould love to win this .Father in the military heard all the storys about us having aliens in a hanger somewhere .just makes me think

  4. Ray C. says

    I loved the original series and have been surprised by how well done the new series is. Would love for the series to continue for much longer than the original series did.

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