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V - Appearances are deceiving in (Credit: ABC/DAVID GRAY)

V - Appearances are deceiving in "V," a thrilling new drama series about the world's first alien encounter. With huge spaceships simultaneously appearing over 29 cities around the world, the Visitors (or V's) seem to promote a message of peace. Through their generous offer to share advanced technology, the V's quickly build a following that may be overlooking a more malevolent agenda. The premiere of "V," from Warner Bros. Television, airs TUESDAY, NOV. 3 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET), on ABC. (ABC/DAVID GRAY)

Scenes from 'V' on ABC

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Appearances are deceiving in
(Credit: ABC/DAVID GRAY)

Appearances are deceiving in "V," a thrilling new drama series about the world's first alien encounter. With huge spaceships simultaneously appearing over 29 cities around the world, the Visitors (or V's) seem to promote a message of peace. Through their generous offer to share advanced technology, the V's quickly build a following that may be overlooking a more malevolent agenda. The premiere of "V," from Warner Bros. Television, airs TUESDAY, NOV. 3 (8:00-9:00 p.m.), on ABC. In the foreground standsMORRIS CHESTNUT.

V - ABC's
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V - ABC's "V" stars Logan Huffman as Tyler Evans, Laura Vandervoort as Lisa, Scott Wolf as Chad Decker, Elizabeth Mitchell as Erica Evans, Joel Gretsch as Father Jack, Morena Baccarin as Anna, Morris Chestnut as Ryan Nichols and Lourdes Benedicto as Valerie. (ABC/BOB D'AMICO)

V - Appearances are deceiving in
(Credit: ABC/DAVID GRAY)

V - Appearances are deceiving in "V," a thrilling new drama series about the world's first alien encounter. With huge spaceships simultaneously appearing over 29 cities around the world, the Visitors (or V's) seem to promote a message of peace. Through their generous offer to share advanced technology, the V's quickly build a following that may be overlooking a more malevolent agenda. The premiere of "V," from Warner Bros. Television, airs TUESDAY, NOV. 3 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET), on ABC. (ABC/DAVID GRAY)

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V - Appearances are deceiving in
(Credit: ABC/DAVID GRAY)

V - Appearances are deceiving in "V," a thrilling new drama series about the world's first alien encounter. With huge spaceships simultaneously appearing over 29 cities around the world, the Visitors (or V's) seem to promote a message of peace. Through their generous offer to share advanced technology, the V's quickly build a following that may be overlooking a more malevolent agenda. The premiere of "V," from Warner Bros. Television, airs TUESDAY, NOV. 3 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET), on ABC. (ABC/DAVID GRAY)

Appearances are deceiving in
(Credit: ABC/DAVID GRAY)

Appearances are deceiving in "V," a thrilling new drama series about the world's first alien encounter. With huge spaceships simultaneously appearing over 29 cities around the world, the Visitors (or V's) seem to promote a message of peace. Through their generous offer to share advanced technology, the V's quickly build a following that may be overlooking a more malevolent agenda. The premiere of "V," from Warner Bros. Television, airs TUESDAY, NOV. 3 (8:00-9:00 p.m.), on ABC. Left is star LOGAN HUFFMAN

V - Appearances are deceiving in
(Credit: ABC/DAVID GRAY)

V - Appearances are deceiving in "V," a thrilling new drama series about the world's first alien encounter. With huge spaceships simultaneously appearing over 29 cities around the world, the Visitors (or V's) seem to promote a message of peace. Through their generous offer to share advanced technology, the V's quickly build a following that may be overlooking a more malevolent agenda. The premiere of "V," from Warner Bros. Television, airs TUESDAY, NOV. 3 (8:00-9:00 p.m.), on ABC. From left, are shown LOGAN HUFFMAN and ELIZABETH MITCHELL

Appearances are deceiving in
(Credit: ABC/DAVID GRAY)

Appearances are deceiving in "V," a thrilling new drama series about the world's first alien encounter. With huge spaceships simultaneously appearing over 29 cities around the world, the Visitors (or V's) seem to promote a message of peace. Through their generous offer to share advanced technology, the V's quickly build a following that may be overlooking a more malevolent agenda. The premiere of "V," from Warner Bros. Television, airs TUESDAY, NOV. 3 (8:00-9:00 p.m.), on ABC. From left are LOURDES BENEDICTO and MORRIS CHESTNUT.

Appearances are deceiving in
(Credit: ABC/DAVID GRAY)

Appearances are deceiving in "V," a thrilling new drama series about the world's first alien encounter. With huge spaceships simultaneously appearing over 29 cities around the world, the Visitors (or V's) seem to promote a message of peace. Through their generous offer to share advanced technology, the V's quickly build a following that may be overlooking a more malevolent agenda. The premiere of "V," from Warner Bros. Television, airs TUESDAY, NOV. 3 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET), on ABC. Shown is LAURA VANDERVOORT

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Appearances are deceiving in
(Credit: ABC/DAVID GRAY)

Appearances are deceiving in "V," a thrilling new drama series about the world's first alien encounter. With huge spaceships simultaneously appearing over 29 cities around the world, the Visitors (or V's) seem to promote a message of peace. Through their generous offer to share advanced technology, the V's quickly build a following that may be overlooking a more malevolent agenda. The premiere of "V," from Warner Bros. Television, airs TUESDAY, NOV. 3 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET), on ABC. Here is shown LAURA VANDERVOORT

Appearances are deceiving in
(Credit: ABC/DAVID GRAY)

Appearances are deceiving in "V," a thrilling new drama series about the world's first alien encounter. With huge spaceships simultaneously appearing over 29 cities around the world, the Visitors (or V's) seem to promote a message of peace. Through their generous offer to share advanced technology, the V's quickly build a following that may be overlooking a more malevolent agenda. The premiere of "V," from Warner Bros. Television, airs TUESDAY, NOV. 3 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET), on ABC. Here is shown MORENA BACCARIN.

Appearances are deceiving in
(Credit: ABC/DAVID GRAY)

Appearances are deceiving in "V," a thrilling new drama series about the world's first alien encounter. With huge spaceships simultaneously appearing over 29 cities around the world, the Visitors (or V's) seem to promote a message of peace. Through their generous offer to share advanced technology, the V's quickly build a following that may be overlooking a more malevolent agenda. The premiere of "V," from Warner Bros. Television, airs TUESDAY, NOV. 3 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET), on ABC. Here are shown JOEL GRETSCH and ELIZABETH MITCHELL.

In the episode,
(Credit: ABC/Jeff Petry)

In the episode,"There Is No Normal Anymore" -- 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 (Alan Tudyk) wife and law enforcement begin questioning Erica about his whereabouts, on "V," TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10 (8:00-9:00 p.m.), on ABC. Here are shown BRITTNEY IRVIN and SCOTT WOLF.

Appearances are deceiving in
(Credit: ABC/DAVID GRAY)

Appearances are deceiving in "V," a thrilling new drama series about the world's first alien encounter. With huge spaceships simultaneously appearing over 29 cities around the world, the Visitors (or V's) seem to promote a message of peace. Through their generous offer to share advanced technology, the V's quickly build a following that may be overlooking a more malevolent agenda. The premiere of "V," from Warner Bros. Television, airs TUESDAY, NOV. 3 (8:00-9:00 p.m.), on ABC. Here, is shown SCOTT WOLF.

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