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'Heroes Reborn' Finale Doesn't Merit Saving the Show (SPOILERS)

Amid a wave of nostalgic series revivals, bringing “Heroes” back to life probably made as much sense as any. Not only was the show on recently enough as to still have fans in all the coveted demographics, but its formula created ample opportunities for a reboot. 416 more words


TV: Heroes Reborn S01E11 Review – Send in the Clones

In this week’s episode of Heroes Reborn, Carlos and Farah liberate evos from Parkman’s facility, Harris Prime comes face to face with Miko, Tommy plays both sides whilst Malina and Luke look for Tommy. 825 more words


Heroes Reborn: “June 13th, Parts 1 and 2” Review


Note: The following review goes into detail about the episode. SPOILER ALERT!

Now that was more like it. If “Game Over” was the show finally starting to deliver on its potential, “June 13th” was the episode that fully capitalized on it, with the two-part episode doing exactly what an episode of Heroes Reborn should: moving the conflict forward, showing off a mix of old and new characters and doing it all in the smooth, slick style of Heroes. 431 more words


USA Orders new pilot from Heroes' Tim Kring

USA Network and Universal Cable Prods. have given the go ahead for a two-hour backdoor pilot for “The Wilding.” The supernatural drama will be executive produced by “Heroes’” Tim Kring. 72 more words


'The Wilding' Supernatural Drama From Tim Kring Gets 2-Hour Pilot Order By USA As Part Of New UCP Content Initiative

USA Network and Universal Cable Prods. have teamed to greenlight two-hour backdoor pilot The Wilding, a supernatural drama from executive producers Tim Kring ( 262 more words

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Heroes Reborn: Premiere Analysis

It’s been about five years since Heroes last aired on NBC. The show had slowly been on the decline ever since the writer’s strike hampered much of the unique show’s second season. 2,732 more words


Heroes Reborn or Heroes Re-Bored?

With shows now like Arrow, The Flash, Agents of Shield, Daredevil, etc., we are living in a golden age of “Nerdvana“. But back in 2006, anything superhero related on TV was fricken non-existent! 1,124 more words