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” is back, with all its flaws and virtues intact. Best of all, it’s got Micah, Parkman, and lots and lots of Katana Girl.
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!
Zachary Levi and Judith Shekoni discuss their characters Luke and Joanne Collins, superpowers and how the superhero landscape has changed since the original “Heroes” series.
“Heroes” is back, with a two-hour season premiere that proves the five-year break was beneficial for Tim Kring’s superpowered drama.
The “Chuck” star is a vigilante on the hunt for those with extraordinary abilities in one of two new clips from NBC’s “Heroes” revival.
Masi Oka and Zachary Levi promote NBC’s upcoming super powered reboot on the cover of “TV Guide’s” Fall Preview issue.