J.J. Abrams created a green screen and put characters dancing on a margarine can inside a little refrigerator,” Alias producer Sarah Caplan said during a panel discussion at the ATX Television Festival. This was the story of the birth of the Alias pilot–a piece of television that would go on to bust through existing small screen norms and launch the career of Abrams – currently lauded as one of TV and film’s most imaginative minds.
A group of the show’s writers…
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