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Alias Comes To an End

Published November 25, 2005 in Television
By Eric Giordmaina | Image property of ABC
Jennifer Garner- Alias Jennifer Garner in Alias
ABC announced that they’ve chopped the popular series Alias, with the final episode set to air in May. I wasn't much of a fan of the series, but I can say that a few people I know who enjoy the show are glad to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Did they run out of idea's or was it just getting old?

Alias Series Ends

Either way - it's gone. Stephen McPherson, president, ABC Entertainment, says the Emmy-Winning series has had quite the life.

“Right out of the box, Alias attracted a cult following of fans that were completely invested in the show," he said. "J.J. Abrams and his team developed characters that were compelling and storylines that were intricate and engaging, and Jennifer and the rest of the cast brought them to life. We owe both the storytellers and the fans a send-off worthy of a show that has been such a big part of the pop culture vernacular. J.J., Jeff Pinkner, Ken Olin, Jesse Alexander and Jeffrey Bell have an amazing story arc planned for the remainder of the season. Alias is not going to wind down as it comes to an end, it's going to rev up, and we're going to make it the event it deserves to be."

Original co-star Michael Vartan hasn’t been confirmed for the final episode. He’s currently filming Rogue in Australia, but there’s a chance he could return for a quick cameo.

Stay tuned for updates.

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