Say goodbye to “Heroes Reborn” with an episode that seems to forget that most of its characters ever existed. Oops.
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Despite the conclusion of “Heroes Reborn,” creator Tim Kring has plans for the saga to extend into “some future volume with a brand new story.”
In the penultimate episode of the series, Erica (Rya Kihlstedt) takes center stage.
Robbie Kay discusses Tommy’s shocking ties to the original “Heroes” series, and reprising his role as Peter Pan in “Once Upon a Time.”
“Heroes Reborn” is back, with all its flaws and virtues intact. Best of all, it’s got Micah, Parkman, and lots and lots of Katana Girl.
“Heroes Reborn” heads into winter break with a solid episode that draws separate storylines together.
Is “June 13th – Part Two” perfect? Not by a long shot. Are there giant logical flaws? Well, yeah — it is “Heroes,” after all. Is it the best episode of the season so far? Absolutely.
The star of the NBC revival talks with SPINOFF about the big revelations of last week’s episode, the perils of time travel, and what lies ahead.
Well, that was a letdown — not that surprising, considering this episode was centered, in both plot and emotion, around a character that never showed up.
Ahead of tonight’s new episode, Zachary Levi discusses Luke’s “crisis of conscience,” hitting rock bottom, and what hero he wants to play next.
Hiro is back. Yatta!