Greg Grunberg on 'Alias' reboot: Not without Jennifer Garner

According to a Web report, a "reliable insider" says there had been talk at ABC about creating a reboot of J.J. Abrams' spy series "Alias," which was canceled in 2006 after five seasons.

Zap2it caught up with star (and longtime friend of Abrams) Greg Grunberg to get his take on the possible "Alias" Version 2.0. While he thinks that a remake done the right way "would be very, very cool," he's not sure that it could be pulled off without one key player.

"I like to think that I'm not replaceable," he jokes. "But in honestly, the one person that really made that show what it was, that's Jennifer [Garner]. She's so much the face of 'Alias' that it would be impossible to reproduce the success of the show without her."

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