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Sydney Bristow (Jennifer Garner) is a super (and super sexy) spy, fighting nefarious villains and working for the good guys--or so she thinks. Recruited as a college freshman for espionage work, Sydney found her true calling with SD-6, a secret division of the CIA. When her hunky doctor-boyfriend proposes to her, she decides to let him in on the truth she's not supposed to tell anyone: she's not a grad student with a demanding job for an international bank, but a secret agent who constantly puts her life on the line for the free world. But when SD-6 discovers her security breach, her fiancé is brutally assassinated, and Sydney suddenly finds herself face-to-face with the truth: she's been working for the bad guys. Deciding to become a double agent for the CIA and bring down the evildoers, Sydney gets one more surprise--her estranged father (Victor Garber) is also working for SD-6, and the CIA as well. Welcome to the family, Syd!
Confusing? This is all just in the first episode of Alias, the brainchild of Felicity creator J.J. Abrams that plays like a cross between Buffy the Vampire Slayer and James Bond. With its double-edged tension (how long can Syd play double agent?) and one heck of a MacGuffin (the dreaded Rambaldi device, the mythic creation of a Renaissance genius), the show leads its viewers from episode to episode with visceral, compelling action, not to mention the nascent romance between Syd and her CIA handler, Vaughn (Michael Vartan), and her clashes with her heretofore distant father. Sharp, smart, and always suspenseful, Alias' center was held by the gorgeous Garner, a stellar action heroine and an even better actress who could pull off Sydney's exotic undercover missions and conflicted emotions with equal dexterity. By the end of this first season, which concludes with a breathtaking cliffhanger, you'll be seduced into Alias' world with, happily, no desire to escape. --Mark Englehart
good copy, clean, clear. still one of my top 3 favorite tv shows, two or which are JJAbrams creations! he should come up
with another one today!
Great to buy from. The order came even quicker than I expected and was in great condition. Will buy from again.Published on Aug. 27 2011 by Amazon Customer
The series is great but the disc wouldn't play on the DVD player hooked up to my TV. Only my portable one.Published on Aug. 25 2009 by timmy1putt
Je regarde la série au canal Z et ce, en français depuis 1 an ... Je ne comprend pas pourquoi les producteurs vendent les coffrets de DVD en anglais seulement !!! Read morePublished on Sept. 19 2004 by Isabelle
The first season of Alias was the best season of any drama in television history. Packed with adventure and plot twists it has enough action to keep you on your seat. Read morePublished on July 12 2004 by Marcus Simmons
OKAY I LOVED DARK ANGEL AND BUFFY WAS ALRIGHT BUT I HATE ALL THESE DRAMA GIRLS KICK ASS SHOWS. THEY'RE SO ALIKE AND BORING. CAN'T WE EVER GET GOOD TELEVISION. Read morePublished on June 30 2004 by V. Clarke
Just got this DVD set. I had never watched the show on TV, but it always looked good. I watched the first 2 episodes, and now I can't stop watching the rest of the season! Read morePublished on June 23 2004
Alias could be classified as a controlled substance. It is a spy drama, with soap opera and sci-fi-ish elements. Read morePublished on June 7 2004 by Melissa McCauley
This is a must buy...
Best Tv show on at the moment.
People often mention Buffy the Vampire slayer and Angel as not being as good as shows as alias and X-files, people... Read more