V

10:00pm – Tuesday, May 18 on /A

Also airs at 11 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 8 p.m. on ACCESS

The V soldier is still on the hunt for Val (Lourdes Benedicto), whose water breaks and whose baby will soon be born. Meanwhile Erica (Elizabeth Mitchell), tired of being on the defensive, decides to go on the offensive: She gets herself and Tyler (Logan Huffman) invited up to the Mothership for a get-to-know-everyone-better dinner, but she’s really there to find Anna’s (Morena Baccarin) soldiers and destroy them. And Chad (Scott Wolf), after Father Jack (Joel Gretsch) asks him to help get a message on the ship to Joshua (Mark Hildreth), discovers the awful truth that Anna’s been using him.

10:00pm – Tuesday, May 11 on /A

Also airs at 11 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 8 p.m. on ACCESS

After a violent attack on someone close to Anna (Morena Baccarin), she decides it’s best to leave, while she also enlists the help of Chad (Scott Wolf) in finding fifth column members. This episode will air on SPACE on Thursday, May 13 at 9 p.m. ET.

10:00pm – Tuesday, May 4 on /A

Also airs at 11 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 8 p.m. on ACCESS

Ryan (Morris Chestnut), Father Jack (Joel Gretsch) and Hobbes (Charles Mesure, CROSSING JORDAN) try to avoid being nabbed by a team of V trackers, Anna (Morena Baccarin) invites Tyler (Logan Huffman) to live on the Mothership, and Chad (Scott Wolf) confronts Jack about the fifth column. This episode will air on SPACE Thursday May 6 at 9 p.m. ET.

10:00pm – Tuesday, April 27 on /A

Also airs at 11 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 8 p.m. on ACCESS

Lives of the Fifth Column members are in danger, Ryan (Morris Chestnut) finally reveals his true being to Val (Lourdes Benedicto), and Chad (Scott Wolf) boards the Mothership to heal his aneurysm.

10:00pm – Tuesday, April 20 on /A

Also airs at 11 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 8 p.m. on ACCESS

Chad (Scott Wolf) and Anna (Morena Baccarin) go to Switzerland for the U.N. energy summit, Erica (Elizabeth Mitchell) learns that the fifth column is being investigated, and Valerie (Lourdes Benedicto) goes on the run, unable to trust Ryan (Morris Chestnut).

8:00pm – Tuesday, November 24 on CTV

Erica (Elizabeth Mitchell) works with newly-formed allies to uncover a biological threat they suspect the Visitors have been plotting. Aboard the Mothership, Anna (Morena Baccarin) meets with a special guest while managing the investigation into the murder of a V. Meanwhile, Chad (Scott Wolf) does a segment on the V Healing Centers, demonstrating their amazing medical abilities, but then finds himself conflicted by some of his findings.

8:00pm – Tuesday, November 17 on CTV

Chad (Scott Wolf) reports from the Peace Ambassador Center as 100 diplomatic visas are being issued to the first wave of American Visitors, with Anna (Morena Baccarin) getting the first, but not everyone agrees with the decision. Meanwhile Erica (Elizabeth Mitchell) has started tracking a death threat while paired with a V officer and Ryan (Morris Chestnut) starts reaching out to his old friends to build up opposition forces and help fight-off the V’s.

8:00pm – Tuesday, November 10 on CTV

Erica (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Father Jack (Joel Gretsch), 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 (Scott Wolf) looks to pick himself up and becomes more investigative in his next newscast.

The Visitors invaded Canada last night when 2.16 million viewers watched the series premiere of V on CTV, making it the #1 new series of the Fall and the only new series premiere to deliver more than two million viewers. With a reach of almost 5 million viewers (4.85 million), V also won the night among the key A25-54 and A18-49 selling demos as well as females/males 25-54 and males 18-49.

In next week’s episode, “There is No Normal Anymore” (Tuesday, November 10 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV), having quickly determined they’re both against the arrival of the Visitors, Erica (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Father Jack (Joel Gretsch) suddenly find themselves being tracked by a ‘Seeker’ from the V’s. Meanwhile Chad (Scott Wolf) looks to pick himself up and becomes more investigative in his next newscast.

When an alien race, The Visitors, suddenly arrive on earth promising peace, happiness, and hope for all man-kind, it’s an offer that seems too good to ignore. But, not everyone’s a believer. A re-imagining of the 1980s smash-hit mini-series, V is a thrilling new series that kicks off with a four-week television event, Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET, beginning November 3 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV (visit ctv.ca to confirm local broadcast times).

V stars Elizabeth Mitchell (LOST), Scott Wolf (PARTY OF FIVE), Morena Baccarin (HEARTLAND) and Toronto-native Laura Vandervoort (SMALLVILLE, INSTANT STAR). The Visitors, or V’s, appear friendly to all those they encounter on earth. But secretly, they are building a following that masks a malicious agenda, one that twists a very deep component of human nature.

In the hour-long series, the V’s suddenly appear over every major city in the world, bringing messages of hope, unification, and generously offering to share their advanced technologies. At first considered a threat, the V’s quickly become a fascination and a compelling link to things that lay just beyond our reach. FBI Counter Terrorist Agent Erica Evans (Mitchell) is suspicious of the new arrivals. Yet for her teenage son, Tyler (Logan Huffman, America), the V’s are his ticket to a new independent life, leaving him vulnerable to the tempting V recruiter, Lisa (Vandervoort). To Chad Decker (Wolf), a career-hungry news anchor, his exclusive interviews with V leader Anna (Baccarin), are crucial to him dominating the airwaves. Also unsure about the Visitors is Father Jack (Joel Gretsch, THE 4400), a priest questioning his faith in the wake of the Visitors’ arrival.

The new series is a rework of the original 1983 two-part mini-series of the same name. Its success spawned the sequel V: THE FINAL BATTLE, then eventually the 1984 TV series that was launched in response to the hit mini-series. In 2008, Entertainment Weekly included the V mini-series in its “Top 25 Sci-Fi Movies and TV of the Past 25 Years” list.

In the series premiere episode, “Pilot” (Tuesday, November 3 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV), Anna, speaks to the world about joining together and no longer being divided by country or separated by fear. She wants the world to unite, and is counting on a very important component of human nature – devotion. Tyler can’t resist the lure of Visitor Lisa (Vandervoot) and goes behind his mother’s back to join the V’s recruitment program. Chad lands his first exclusive interview with Anna and finds she may have something to hide. Father Jack (Gretsch) discovers there are other dissidents who believe the Visitors are not who they say they are, including Ryan Nichols (Morris Chestnut, The Brothers), who is faced with his own life-altering decision. While investigating a terrorist cell, Erica discovers a secret beneath the skin of every V that may threaten the lives of everyone close to her

V is produced by The Scott Peters Company and HDFilms in association with Warner Bros. Television. Scott Peters (THE 4400, THE OUTER LIMITS), Jeffrey Bell (DAY BREAK, ALIAS), Steve Pearlman (REUNION, RELATED) and Jace Hall (F.E.A.R, Condemned: Criminal Origins video games) are executive producers. The pilot was directed by Yves Simoneau (Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, THE 4400).