Sydney Bristow was just a hard-working college student by day when she was recruited to become an ass-kicking superspy. Little did she know, her father and mother had a few secrets of their own. Alias chronicles Sydney's life from becoming a double agent, to working for the CIA.
Some seasons available on DVD.
This TV show is recommended by 8 out of 12 members of COTWWSB!
Bonster, Brandon, Chelsea, Emma-Jane, Holly, Hoppy, Kathi, and Morgan all think it roxors.
On average, those of us who recommend Alias think it is Grointastic Like Whoa.
Brandon says "This show is probably the most addicting show I have ever watched. I love it!"
Chelsea thinks Alias is grointastic like whoa and says "I love this show, very addicting storylines and fantastic characters = tv show love."
Emma-Jane thinks Alias is GLORIOUS BEYOND GLORY and says "Another show I seen every episode of. I truly love it."
Holly thinks Alias is grointastic like whoa and says "Alias is one of the best and most complicated shows."
Hoppy says "One of the few shows I've watched since the very first episode and haven't missed one since. The storylines twist and turn and almost always shock you. It's incredibly fun, but also filled with stomach-churning drama. Plus, amazing acting all around."
Kathi says "I started watching Alias at the end of the first season, and I haven't stopped. Alias is the kind of show that is filled with suspenseful storylines and surprises that can either make you cheer or make you yell naughty words at your TV! One of the most sit at the edge of your seat while watching tv shows ever. "
Morgan thinks Alias is GLORIOUS BEYOND GLORY and says "Okay, so I started watching this show when it started and then missed a few episodes and knew I'd be lost so I gave up. I came back after season three and just love it. My mom and I both enjoy starting from the beginning and going through every episode. They never seem to get old to us and are always exciting. The show is suspensful, great drama and it's also a lot of fun. Alias has never disappointed me."