Say goodbye to “Heroes Reborn” with an episode that seems to forget that most of its characters ever existed. Oops.
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“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.
Hiro is back. Yatta!
“Heroes” was many things, but it was almost never boring. The same can’t be said of “Heroes Reborn.”
“Heroes” is back, with a two-hour season premiere that proves the five-year break was beneficial for Tim Kring’s superpowered drama.
“Heroes Reborn” star Jack Coleman offers insight into his character HRG in a new featurette for the NBC revival, revealed exclusively by CBR.