Alias (2001–2006)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Action, Drama, Mystery


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Sydney Bristow is an international spy recruited out of college, trained for espionage and self-defense.


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  • Jennifer Garner and Kathe Mazur in Alias (2001)
  • Ron Rifkin in Alias (2001)
  • Élodie Bouchez in Alias (2001)
  • Patrick Gorman in Alias (2001)
  • Gina Torres in Alias (2001)
  • Jennifer Garner in Alias (2001)

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J.J. Abrams

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2 March 2006 | kevinjenson3
All Glitz and No Substance Makes A Hyped-up Show that Never Delivered
Alias has finally been canceled.

After five long years of constant media hype and a publicity barrage that reminded one of the constant Buffy marketing campaign.

Like Buffy, Alias never really delivered. audiences remained slim, especially considering the fortunes invested in its promotion.

Historically, the show will stand out as a warning to network executives on the dangers of believing your own PR.

Artistically, one of the other comments said that Alias was a blockbuster movie every week and there lies the rub. Alias slavishly copied every contrivance of the bad blockbusters of today while having very little actual content or quality (again like today's "tentpole blockbusters" that the public is learning to tune out.) Hopefully, Jennifer Garner will finally get a good part and J.J. Abrams will go back to the obscurity that his work seems to deserve.

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