One of the highest rated shows of its era, Alias maintains a loyal cult following swept away by its intriguing suspense and action-packed drama. Jennifer Garner stars in the lead role of Sydney Anne Bristow, a beautiful and cerebral recruit tasked to work for a secret government entity, the SD-6 agency. 

But problems confront her when she eventually realizes that SD-6 is not the government agency she thinks. Reunited with her estranged father Jack (Victor Garber), she blossoms into a top tier double agent in an attempt to counter SD-6.

Recipient of numerous industry awards and award nominations, Alias continues to grow its fanbase via strong writing, interesting characters, and a suspense-riddled plotline…

The Alias (Season 3) DVD features a number of exciting episodes including the season premiere “The Two” in which Sydney, suffering from amnesia, desperately tries to uncover the truth about the past few years of her life. Meanwhile, the CIA puts her on a case which might possibly aid in her memory’s recovery.

Other notable episodes from Season 3 include “Reunion” in which Sydney and Michael once again pair up on an assignment in order to halt an evil plot by Sark, and “Conscious” in which Sydney participates in a strange doctor’s experiment to recover her earlier memories.

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