Heroes

Heroes Cast: Hayden Panettiere - Claire Bennet Masi Oka - Hiro Nakamura James Kyson Lee - Ando Masahashi Sendhil Ramamurthy - Mohinder Suresh Jack Coleman - Mr. Bennet Adrian Pasdar - Nathan Petrelli Milo Ventimiglia - Peter Petrelli Ali Larter - Niki Sanders
Summary: They thought they were like everyone else... until they woke with incredible abilities.
Though details on her exact role are being kept under wraps for the time being, reports are coming in that former Dexter alum Rya Kihlstedt (Masters of Sex, Home Alone 3) has joined the cast of NBC's upcoming Heroes revival as a series regular. Click on for more...
Looks like Noah Bennet won't be alone after all! It's being reported that his former partner in crime, The Haitian, will be back for his own arc on NBC's Heroes Reborn, and will once again be portrayed by actor Jimmy Jean-Louis. Hit the jump for more details!
Masi Oka will be reprising his fan-favorite role as Hiro Nakamura will be returning for NBC's Heroes Reborn. The 13-episode limited series from Tim Kring is expected to debut this Fall. Continue on for details about Hiro's role in the follow-up series.
Like the rest of the known cast members (original Heroes regular Jack Coleman aside), her exact role is still a mystery, but UK E Online report that Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 actress Judith Shekoni will star in NBC's Heroes Reborn. Click on for more...
NBC just aired a TV spot for the upcoming Heroes revival show featuring our first look the returning Jack Coleman, who'll reprise the role of Noah Bennet, aka "HRG" (horn-rimmed glasses). There's also a glimpse of new cast member, Zachary Levi (Thor: The Dark World). Take a look...
Star Trek star Zachary Quinto says he turned down Tim Kring's offer to reprise his role as superpowered serial killer Sylar, aka Gabriel Gray, for Heroes Reborn. Hit the jump to find out the reasoning behind his decision.
Zachary Levi will headlines NBC's new Heroes television show which is said to be eyeing a Summer 2015 release. Are you excited for more Heroes?
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Actress Ali Larter gives an unequivocal no to returning as Niki Sanders on NBC's Heroes: Reborn, while Zachary Quinto sounds as if he needs to give the idea a little more thought. Would you want to see more Sylar in the new series?
Most famously known as The Ninth Doctor on Doctor Who, actor Christopher Eccleston also starred in Marvel Studios' Thor: The Dark World and had a brief stint on NBC's superhero drama, Heroes.
The first Heroes alumni to return for Heroes Reborn has been revealed. Actor Jack Coleman, who portaged Noah Bennett in the 2006 NBC superhero drama is the first from the original cast to return. Will the man in the horn rimmed glasses be a good guy or bad guy this time around?
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NBC have released an official synopsis for Tim Kring's upcoming Heroes revamp. It doesn't give too much away, and there are no casting details yet, but it sounds like it'll basically be the first season all over again with a new batch of characters.
During an interview with Cosmopolitan, Panettiere admits to having no idea about the plans for a new series until she found out from her cousin. It seems we can rule out Claire Bennet from joining the new Heroes when the miniseries kicks off in 2015.
Before NBC's Heroes are truly reborn, the Tim Kring follow-up superhero drama will begin life as a prequel web series streaming on NBC.com, Hulu, and video-on-demand.
This news is hot off the presses. NBC has announced that Heroes will return for a 13-episode miniseries event in 2015. Details are scarce but what we do know is that creator Tim Kring is back and it will be titled: Heroes Reborn. Come share your thoughts.
'Save the cheerleader, save the world.' That tagline hooked many a comic book fan during Season One of NBC's Heroes. By Season Four, the show had strayed very far from that basic premise to dire consequences. Could the show return and to its former glory?
Kiefer Sutherland is coming back to FOX television with a new series by Tim Kring, the creator of NBC's Heroes. Click the jump to check out the brand new trailer.
When HEROES premiered September 25, 2006 I decided to give it a try and I was pleasantly surprised at how well it was written and it quickly became a staple of my television viewing schedule. What I initially like about the show was its foreboding and promise that we (the viewers) were watching “new legends” in the making.
In this video interview, "Heroes" creator Tim Kring talks about his plans for the future of the franchise and discusses where a proposed miniseries would begin.
Fantastic Four star Michael Chiklis and Punisher: Warzone actress Julie Benz talk more about the upcoming TV show and go in to detail about the characters they play as well as why it's worth watching.
In an exclusive interview with writer/producer Tim Kring at Earth's Mightiest, we talk about the rise and fall of Heroes, his new novel Shift and his massive Conspiracy For Good interactive project. Plus we've posted a photo gallery to the lovely ladies of Heroes.
The Show was canceled at a pretty bad time, as it was planned to go into a big storyline. With that out the window, how can Tim Kring clean up the ending as he's promised?