From creator/writer Tim Kring (NBC's "Crossing Jordan") comes the Emmy and Golden Globe nominated "Heroes," an epic drama that chronicles the lives of ordinary people who discover they possess extraordinary abilities. In its first season, "Heroes" was honored with a People's Choice Award, an AFI Award, a Multicultural Prism Award, the TV Land Future Classic Award and was named the TV Critics Association Outstanding Program of the Year. In addition, “Heroes” received Golden Globe Award, NAACP Image Award, WGA Award, Satellite Award and Emmy Award nominations.
NBC is bringing back its conquering Heroes. The network has released the first trailer for a 13-episode stand-alone story entitled Heroes Reborn during last night's Winter Olympics coverage, which you can take a look at below.
An iconic series that still commands a rabid fan base, Heroes will return to the network in 2015 as an event miniseries with original creator and executive producer Tim Kring at the helm, it was announced today by NBC Entertainment President Jennifer Salke.Read More
It seems that the canceled NBC series Heroes won't get its proposed wrap-up movie, according to Entertainment Weekly.
We reported back in June that Heroes creator Tim Kring had pitched a TV final to NBC. Now it seems that the network has shot down the proposed telefilm. NBC wouldn't comment for the site's article.Read More
Heroes creator Tim Kring has revealed he is meeting with NBC this month to discuss bringing Heroes back for a wrap-up miniseries, which would skip ahead a year or so to see the effect of Claire's revelation, according to TV Guide.Read More
You can bring home the final season of a hit NBC series in a new five-disc set this August. Heroes: Season Four will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on August 3. We don't have any cover art images or pricing details as of yet, but you can take a look at the special features below. The series starred Jack Coleman, Hayden Panettiere, Milo Ventimiglia, Masi Oka, Sendhil Ramamurthy, James Kyson-Lee, Adrian Pasdar, Greg Grunberg, Zachary Quinto, Ali Larter and Cristine Rose, with Robert Knepper, Ray Park and Dawn Olivieri joining the cast for this season.
As the Heroes mourn fallen friends and face dangerous new foes, prepare for a wild ride, filled with shocking twists and turns, through an ominous funhouse that culminates in the final episode, a Brave New World. Explore hours of exclusive, behind-the-curtain magic with the show's writers, stars and artists and see a special message from Heroes creator, Tim Kring.Read More
It seems the heroic four-season run of a once-popular NBC series has come to an official end. The Live Feed is reporting that NBC has officially canceled Heroes.
It was said that the network was mulling over options for a shortened final season to give some closure to the remaining fans of the show, but it was ultimately decided that it wasn't worth it. However, Deadline Hollywood is reporting that NBC is, "working on a way to wrap up the show. That will be determined after the upfront." The site believes that could mean a possible two-hour or four-hour TV movie that will finalize the series. The network's upfront presentation is on Monday and we'll be sure to keep you posted on any further details on a Heroes TV movie.Read More
It seems that a struggling NBC drama could be done for after four seasons. Vulture is reporting that Heroes will likely be canceled by NBC, despite the talk of a fifth and final season for the series.
It was said that NBC was looking to wrap up the series with a final 13-episode season to give it proper closure, but with its growing slate of new series pickups even before their upfront presentation, it was believed the show will be no more, due to NBC's confidence in their new pickups. However, the site is also reporting that the network is willing to give the series some closure by ordering a TV movie to wrap up the show. Here's an excerpt from the article.However, NBC (which declined to comment for this story) is nothing if not appreciative of the few Heroes fans who still care about the saga and doesn't want to leave them hanging. While a half-season appears to be out of the question, we hear there's a good chance the network will at least try to find a way to fund a two- or four-hour movie event in order to give some finality to the franchise. Those discussions haven't taken place yet, however, since NBC still hasn't officially told Heroes creator Tim Kring his show is canceled. Networks like to hold on to as many cards as possible headed into their annual upfront announcements (NBC's is on Monday), in case some last-minute development suddenly shifts the scheduling equation.Read More
Will NBC's serialized drama Heroes be returning for a fifth season? This was the question on everyone's lips as Ali Larter took the stage at this weekend's San Francisco WonderCon in support of her upcoming sequel Resident Evil: Afterlife. Here is what the actress had to say:I believe we are coming back for Heroes next season. I think so. I'm not sure. It's been such a thrill being on that show. I hope we have the chance to wrap up these storylines for all the fans.
Season four of Heroes concluded on February 8th with no word from NBC about the show's immanent future. We will keep you updated as more news on this story breaks.Read More