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.”
“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.
The supernatural drama from EP Tim Kring will follow they Hayes family as they grapple with their daughter’s ability to see the undead.
“Heroes” is back, with a two-hour season premiere that proves the five-year break was beneficial for Tim Kring’s superpowered drama.
Creator Tim Kring premiered “Heroes Reborn” at the Toronto International Film Festival, where explained why a multicultural, global approach was so important.
An enthusiastic Greg Grunberg talks with SPINOFF about returning to the world of “Heroes,” working with best friend J.J. Abrams on “The Force Awakens,” and his upcoming graphic novel.
“The Great Gatsby’s” Callan McAuliffe will star in the supernatural drama, about a young man who wakes from a coma after 12 years.
With the cast of the 13-episode revival now set, we now know for sure which “Heroes” veterans won’t be returning.