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The first season of V premiered on November 3, 2009.

CastEdit

Principal castEdit

In credited order:

Notable guest starsEdit

EpisodesEdit

PilotEdit

1x01 EricaProtectingTyler
See main article: Pilot

Original air date: 3 November 2009

Written by: Scott Peters

Directed by: Yves Simoneau

Plot Synopsis: An image of Anna, the leader of the V's, is projected worldwide as she talks about people joining together; the V's are Tyler's ticket to being a part of something big; egotistical newscaster Chad gets an exclusive interview with Anna.

Guest starring: Alan Tudyk as Dale Maddox, Jesse Wheeler as Brandon, Britt Irvin as Haley Gordon, David Richmond-Peck as Georgie, Christopher Shyer as Marcus, Scott Hylands as Father Travis, Stefan Arngrim as Roy


There Is No Normal AnymoreEdit

Erica comp
See main article: There Is No Normal Anymore

Original air date: 10 November 2009

Written by: Scott Peters & Sam Egan

Directed by: Yves Simoneau

Plot Synopsis: Erica and Father Jack, having quickly determined they’re both against the arrival of the Visitors, suddenly find themselves being tracked by a "Seeker" from the V’s. Meanwhile Chad, thinking he blew it for 80 million viewers with his exclusive first interview with Anna, looks to pick himself up and so becomes more investigative in his next newscast; and Dale Maddox’s wife and law enforcement begin questioning Erica about his whereabouts.

Guest starring: Alan Tudyk as Dale Maddox, Rekha Sharma as Sarita Malik, Britt Irvin as Haley Gordon, Scott Hylands as Father Travis, Christopher Shyer as Marcus, Jesse Wheeler as Brandon, Roark Critchlow as Paul Kendrick


A Bright New DayEdit

Erica attack
See main article: A Bright New Day

Original air date: 17 November 2009

Written by: Diego Gutierrez & Christine Roum

Directed by: Fred Toye

Plot Synopsis: Chad reports from the Peace Ambassador Center as 100 diplomatic visas are being issued to the first wave of American Visitors, with Anna getting the 1st, but not everyone agrees with the decision. Meanwhile Erica has started tracking a death threat while paired with a V officer, as she actually has to protect the V’s, and Ryan starts reaching out to his old friends to build up opposition forces and help fight-off the V’s.

Guest starring: Alan Tudyk as Dale Maddox, Mark Hildreth as Joshua, Michael Filipowich as Cyrus, Tyler McClendon as Steven, Michelle Harrison as Mary Falkner, Christopher Shyer as Marcus, Jesse Wheeler as Brandon, David Richmond-Peck as Georgie, Roark Critchlow as Paul Kendrick, Britt Irvin as Haley Gordon


It's Only the BeginningEdit

Visitor Fleet
See main article: It's Only the Beginning

Original air date: 24 November 2009

Written by: Scott Peters

Directed by: Yves Simoneau

Plot Synopsis: Anna wants Lisa to bring Tyler Evans up to the Mothership for an important experiment with Lisa.

Guest starring: Christopher Shyer as Marcus, Mark Hildreth as Joshua, Scott Hylands as Father Travis, David Richmond-Peck as Georgie Sutton


Welcome to the WarEdit

Welcome to the war
See main article: Welcome to the War

Original air date: 30 March 2010

Written by: Scott Rosenbaum

Directed by: Yves Simoneau

Plot Synopsis: Erica finds her life in danger when she's attacked at home; a dangerous new member is recruited for the Resistance, as the Visitors shore up their defenses; Anna wonders why Chad hasn't followed up on his diagnosed aneurysm; and Ryan's concern grows over Val's "abnormal" pregnancy.

Guest starring: Nicholas Lea as Joe Evans, David Richmond-Peck as Georgie Sutton, Charles Mesure as Kyle Hobbes, Christopher Shyer as Marcus, Roark Critchlow as Paul Kendrick, Mark Hildreth as Joshua, Scott Hylands as Father Travis, Rekha Sharma as Sarita Malik, Lexa Doig as Dr. Leah Pearlman


Pound of FleshEdit

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See main article: Pound of Flesh

Original air date: 6 April 2010

Written by: Charles Murray & Natalie Chaidez

Directed by: Dean White

Plot Synopsis: Anna introduces her pilot program to invite select groups of humans to stay on each of the 29 space ships, Ryan must deal with the fact that Valerie’s pregnancy is wildly accelerated, Tyler learns a secret about his mom while Georgiemakes a sacrifice to save Ryan.

Guest starring: Charles Mesure as Kyle Hobbes, Nicholas Lea as Joe Evans, David Richmond-Peck as Georgie Sutton, Christopher Shyer as Marcus, Mark Hildreth as Joshua, Lexa Doig as Dr. Leah Pearlman,Lucas Wolf as Samuel.


John MayEdit

John may episode
See main article: John May (episode)

Original air date: 13 April 2010

Written by: Gregg Hurwitz

Directed by: Jonathan Frakes

Plot Synopsis: Erica, Ryan and Jack go on a harrowing mission to find the legendary John May in order to rescue Georgie, Anna brings Chad aboard the Mothership for a story on her Live Aboard Program, and Tyler confronts his mom about his mysterious past.

Guest starring: Michael Trucco as John May, Nicholas Lea as Joe Evans, Charles Mesure as Kyle Hobbes, David Richmond-Peck as Georgie Sutton, Christopher Shyer as Marcus, Mark Hildreth as Joshua, Terry Chen as Human Torture Expert, Brett Dier as James May


We Can't WinEdit

We can't win
See main article: We Can't Win

Original air date: 20 April 2010

Written by: Christine Roum & Cameron Litvack

Directed by: David Barret

Plot Synopsis: Chad and Anna are in Geneva for the U.N. Energy Summit, where Anna is going to present a gift of technology to the world. Meanwhile, Erica learns that the V Task Force is investigating The Fifth Column, and Valerie goes on the run, knowing something is different about her baby and not sure she can trust Ryan.

Guest starring: Mark Hildreth as Joshua, Christopher Shyer as Marcus, Charles Mesure as Kyle Hobbes, Ty Olsson as Sniper, Roark Critchlow as A.D. Paul Kendrick, Rekha Sharma as Agent Sarita Malik, Lexa Doig as Dr. Leah Pearlman, Lucas Wolf as Samuel.


Heretic's ForkEdit

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See main article: Heretic's Fork

Original air date: 27 April 2010

Written by: John Wirth & Angela Russo Otstot

Directed by: Frederick E. O. Toye

Plot Synopsis: Erica, Father Jack and Kyle Hobbes realize that the V's know names and addresses of The Fifth Column members and must take drastic measures to protect them. Meanwhile, Ryan finally reveals to Val that he’s a Visitor, and Chad, with the camera rolling for “Prime Focus,” begins the process aboard the Mothership’s Medical Bay to have his aneurysm removed.

Guest starring: Charles Mesure as Kyle Hobbes, Ty Olsson as Sniper, Christopher Shyer as Marcus, Mark Hildreth as Joshua, Lexa Doig as Dr. Leah Pearlman, Roark Critchlow as Paul Kendrick, Phil Granger as Visitor Soldier, and Sarah-Jane Redmond as ???.


Hearts and MindsEdit

Hearts and mind
See main article: Hearts and Minds

Original air date: 4 May 2010

Written by: Gregg Hurwitz

Directed by: Bobby Roth

Plot Synopsis: Erica, Ryan, Father Jack and Kyle Hobbes learn Anna's sent a V shuttle filled with a deadly V tracker team to find them, and must figure out how to stop the shuttle from landing. Meanwhile, Anna gives Tyler his invitation to the Live Aboard Program, and Chad confronts Father Jack on what he knows about The Fifth Column.

Guest starring: Roark Critchlow as A.D. Paul Kendrick, Mark Hildreth as Joshua, Christopher Shyer as Marcus, Charles Mesure as Kyle Hobbes, Rekha Sharma as Agent Sarita Malik, and Scott Hylands as Father Travis.


FruitionEdit

V Fruition
See main article: Fruition

Original air date: 11 May 2010

Written by: John Wirth & Natalie Chaidez

Directed by: Bryan Spicer

Plot Synopsis: Erica seeks out a scientist (Lawrence Parker) who may have created a weapon that allegedly worries the Visitors (because it can kill reptiles), Anna announces that the Vs may be departing, and gives Chad a list of Fifth Column members to investigate.

Guest starring: Charles Mesure as Kyle Hobbes, Christopher Shyer as Marcus, Mark Hildreth as Joshua, Rekha Sharma as Agent Sarita Malik, Roark Critchlow as A.D. Paul Kendrick, Lexa Doig as Dr. Leah Pearlman (credit only), Samantha Ferris as Private investigator, Scott Hylands as Father Travis, and Paul McGillion as Lawrence Parker.


Red SkyEdit

Red sky
See main article: Red Sky

Original air date: 18 May 2010

Written by: Scott Rosenbaum & Gregg Hurwitz

Directed by: Robert Duncan McNeill

Plot Synopsis: The first season finale. A Visitor soldier pursues Val, and her water breaks, Erica goes on the offensive by securing a dinner invitation for her and Tyler on the mothership (so that she can destroy Anna's eggs), and Chad discovers that Anna has been using him.

Guest starring: Charles Mesure as Kyle Hobbes, Christopher Shyer as Marcus, Mark Hildreth as Joshua, Lexa Doig as Dr. Leah Pearlman, and Scott Hylands as Father Travis.


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