Thursday, November 24, 2005

Well, it's official: "Alias" is leaving the airwaves in May, as expected, capping off five seasons of the most improbable storylines on TV. "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," says ABC entertainment chief Stephen McPherson. "Alias" writers, in the meantime, plan to "wrap up the story of Sydney Bristow in a surprising and, we think, thrilling way," according to exec producer Jeff Pinkner.