Jack Coleman is back as Noah Bennet, joined in the new images by Danika Yarosh, Ryan Guzman and Francesca Eastwood.
The long awaited ‘Heroes’ follow up will debut on NBC alongside the season premiere of James Spader’s ‘The Blacklist.’
“A New Phenomenon Begins,” NBC teases in the latest poster for its 13-episode revival of “Heroes.”
Jack Coleman, Zachary Levi, David Giuntoli, Russell Hornsby are just a few of the stars who will represent Universal Television at Comic-Con International.
With the cast of the 13-episode revival now set, we now know for sure which “Heroes” veterans won’t be returning.
The manipulative matriarch of the Petrelli family has a mysterious role to play in the 13-episode miniseries.
The actor, best known for playing Mohinder Suresh on the NBC series, has also landed a role on “Lucky Man,” the upcoming U.K. crime drama based on an idea by Stan Lee.
The “24” veteran joins the NBC revival in a recurring role as the mysterious and militant Farah.
The “Arrow” veteran will have an undisclosed recurring role on NBC’s revival of the 2006 superpowers drama.
He’ll reprise his role as Matt Parkman in the 13-episode revival, joining fellow “Heroes” vets Masi Oka, Jack Coleman and Jimmy Jean-Louis.
New series joining “Heroes Reborn” on the fall schedule include “Blindspot,” “Heartbreaker,” “The Player” and Neil Patrick Harris’ variety show.
NBC has released the first official photos from the 13-episode revival, featuring returning actor Jack Coleman and newcomers Zachary Levi and Kiki Sukezane.