Earth has its first encounter with an extraterrestrial race.
Scott Rosenbaum (Executive Producer), Steve Pearlman (Executive Producer), Jace Hall (Executive Producer), Scott Rosenbaum (Writer), Gregg Hurwitz (Writer), Bryan Spicer (Director), Hans Tobeason (Writer), Ralph Hemecker (Director), Cameron Litvack (Writer), Jeff Woolnough (Director), Cathryn Humphris (Writer), David Barrett (Director), Dean Widenmann (Writer), John Behring (Director), David Rambo (Writer), Jesse Warn (Director), Rockne O'bannon (Writer), Dean White (Director), Steve Shill (Director), Scott Peters (Executive Producer), Robert duncan Mcneill (Director), John Wirth (Writer), Natalie Chaidez (Writer), Bobby Rich (Director), Angela Russo-otstot (Writer), Fred Toye (Director), Christine Roum (Writer), Jonathan Frakes (Director), Charles Murray (Writer), Yves Simoneau (Director), Diego Gutierrez (Writer), Scott Peters (Writer), Sam Egan (Writer)
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Earth has its first encounter with an extraterrestrial race. Calling themselves the Visitors and promoting peace, they seem to be friendly, but their congeniality may be a cover for a malevolent agenda. Erica (Elizabeth Mitchell), an FBI agent, discovers a secret about the aliens that threatens the lives of Earthlings, including her teenage son, who sees them as a sign of hope. Meanwhile, Father Jack (Joel Gretsch), already questioning his faith when the Visitors arrive, seeks answers outside his church and finds other dissidents who believe the Vs are not what they claim to be. The ABC series is billed as a reimagining of a 1980s miniseries by the same name.
Elizabeth Mitchell as Erica Evans
Morris Chestnut as Ryan Nichols
Joel Gretsch as Father Jack Landry
Charles Mesure as Kyle Patrick Hobbes
Logan Huffman as Tyler Evans
Laura Vandervoort as Lisa
Morena Baccarin as Anna
Scott Wolf as Chad Decker
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