Making its debut in September 2001, Alias immediately struck a chord among interested television viewers. The series combines the conspiracy and intrigue of The X-Files with the action and adventure of a Hollywood blockbuster.
It also helps that the central character of the show is a mysterious and beautiful woman played by Jennifer Garner. But it’s the unique plots and creative dialogue of writers which makes Alias one of the highest rated shows of its era…
The Alias (Season 2) DVD features a number of exciting episodes including the season premiere “The Enemy Walks In” in which, following a long search (most of Season 1), Sydney finds her mother.
Meanwhile, Michael has been swept away by a tsunami in the Pacific, and it remains up in the air as to whether or not he’s still alive. Other notable episodes from Season 2 include “Cipher” in which Sydney is forced to match wits with Khasinau’s front man, Sark, while Jack meets with Sydney’s mother (whom he once believed to be dead), and “Phase One” in which SD-6 gets a new director to replace Sloane.
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