ABC to break up 'V' debut; first four episodes air in November - Featured


An ABC spokeswoman confirmed exclusively to EW that V, the networks much anticipated reboot of the old NBC miniseries, will air for a limited, four-episode run in November and then return to the schedule after the Olympics in March. News of the shows unique rollout comes amid rampant speculation that the Warner Bros. TV drama was undergoing a serious overhaul after news broke that it would halt production for a two-week hiatus. Now, an insider confirms, the hiatus will extend for another four weeks to prepare for the shows previously announced Nov. 3 debut. An ABC spokeswoman says it was always the networks intent to the run the science fiction drama in "pod" form to treat it more like event programming.


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Oct 1, 2009 4:13AM EDT

HOW FUCKING STUPID 4 EPISODES AND THATS ITAND ABC EXPECTS TO HAVE A LONG RUNNING SERIES STUPID POLITICS!!!

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Oct 13, 2009 7:44PM EDT

What in the WORLD why would they do soemthing like that. Its so STUPID!

I have been WAITING a long time for this show to come out then they do a stunt like this! ERRrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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