Alias

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Sydney Bristow, an agent who has been tricked to believe she is working for the U.S. government is actually working for a criminal organization named the Alliance of Twelve. Upon learning this, Sydney becomes a double agent for the real CIA.

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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials September 2003 January 2004 2
Season 1 September 2001 May 2002 22
Season 2 September 2002 May 2003 22
Season 3 September 2003 May 2004 22
Season 4 January 2005 May 2005 22
Season 5 September 2005 May 2006 17
Unassigned Episodes 0
Season From To Episodes
Unassigned Episodes 107
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Season From To Episodes
Season 1 0
Unassigned Episodes 107
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Ken Olin 24 10/07/2001 - 09/29/2005
J.J. Abrams 17 09/30/2001 - 01/05/2005
Lawrence Trilling 16 01/12/2003 - 05/25/2005
Monica Breen 12 10/19/2003 - 05/22/2006
Alison Schapker 12 10/19/2003 - 05/22/2006
Jack Bender 11 11/25/2001 - 04/25/2004
Alex Kurtzman 11 10/14/2001 - 10/05/2003
J.R. Orci 10 03/16/2003 - 05/10/2006
Jeffrey Bell 7 01/19/2005 - 11/10/2005
Daniel Attias 7 11/18/2001 - 02/23/2005
Frederick E.O. Toye 5 03/30/2005 - 05/22/2006
Tucker Gates 5 10/13/2005 - 05/22/2006
Craig Zisk 3 10/06/2002 - 02/16/2005
Perry Lang 3 12/02/2001 - 03/30/2003
Maryann Brandon 2 02/15/2004 - 03/16/2005
Guy Bee 2 10/20/2002 - 01/05/2003
Kevin Hooks 2 01/26/2005 - 04/13/2005
Jennifer Garner 2 05/11/2005
Carl Zisk 2 04/07/2002 - 04/14/2002
Harry Winer 2 10/21/2001 - 01/06/2002
Nelson McCormick 2 12/15/2002 - 03/16/2003
R.P. Gaborno 2 04/27/2003 - 03/14/2004
J.R. Ocri 1 03/21/2004
Davis Guggenheim 1 03/10/2002
Mikael Salomon 1 10/14/2001
Brad Turner 1 05/04/2005
Robert M. Williams Jr. 1 04/26/2006
Richard Coad 1 11/17/2005
Marita Grabiak 1 03/02/2005
Greg Yaitanes 1 04/20/2005
Jay Torres 1 10/27/2005
Jamie Babbit 1 05/10/2006
Karen Gaviola 1 04/19/2006
Donald E. Thorin Jr. 1 12/07/2005
Max Mayer 1 03/28/2004
Tom Wright 1 02/24/2002
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Jeff Pinkner 12 12/02/2001 - 05/22/2006
Jesse Alexander 11 11/18/2001 - 10/27/2005
Roberto Orci 10 10/14/2001 - 10/05/2003
John Eisendrath 8 01/20/2002 - 02/23/2003
Breen Frazier 7 05/04/2003 - 04/19/2006
André Nemec 6 11/30/2003 - 12/14/2005
Josh Appelbaum 6 11/30/2003 - 12/14/2005
Drew Goddard 5 01/26/2005 - 05/22/2006
Crystal Nix Hines 4 12/08/2002 - 03/28/2004
Debra J. Fisher 3 12/09/2001 - 12/01/2002
Erica Messer 3 12/09/2001 - 12/01/2002
Andi Bushell 2 11/17/2005 - 05/10/2006
Jeff Melvoin 2 01/05/2005
Vanessa Taylor 2 10/21/2001 - 12/16/2001
Daniel Arkin 2 10/28/2001 - 01/06/2002
Steven Kane 1 05/04/2005
Sam Humphrey 1 05/17/2006
Sean Gerace 1 03/30/2003
Luke McMullen 1 04/20/2005
Christopher Hollier 1 03/14/2004
Laurence Andries 1 03/07/2004
Jon Robin Baitz 1 05/11/2005

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