"Heroes" Pics from Episode 20, "String Theory"

Thu, April 26th, 2007 at 12:00am PDT

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CBR News Team, Editor

NBC has released still photos from the April 30 episode of "Heroes" titled "String Theory, " the second of the final five episodes of the season. At the end of ".07 Percent," we find Hiro and Ando five years in the future and they run into a new (or is it old) friend, Future Hiro. In next Monday's episode, we jump ahead five years and learn about the fate of New York City and many of our favorite heroes. Here's the official network description for the episode:Here's the official network description of the show:

HAVING STOLEN THE SWORD AND TELEPORTED FIVE YEARS INTO THE FUTURE, HIRO AND ANDO BEAR WITNESS TO A GRIM, HARROWING FUTURE FOR THE "HEROES"-- Thrown five years in the future, Hiro (Golden Globe nominee Masi Oka) and Ando (James Kyson Lee) discover that people with extraordinary abilities are not only widely known about -- after the destruction of New York City and the deaths of millions -- but are being registered, imprisoned, hunted and even killed as "terrorists." As the President takes his first step towards a "final solution," the pair get swept up in what could be the "Heroes" final battle and encounter a range of new and darkly familiar faces. If they survive the experience, can they still get back to the present and save the world? Santiago Cabrera, Jack Coleman, Noah Gray-Cabey, Greg Grunberg, Ali Larter, Hayden Panettiere, Adrian Pasdar, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Leonard Roberts and Milo Ventimiglia also star. Stana Katic, Jimmy Jean-Louis and Zachary Quinto guest star.

For more "Heroes," check out our video preview of "String Theory" and our last chat with writers Joe Pokaski and Aron Coleite in the latest BEHIND THE ECLIPSE, where catch-up with the guys and ask them your questions. Want to get involved? Simply send an e-mail to Jonah Weiland with the subject line "Heroes Question" and we'll consider it for inclusion.

In the meantime, enjoy these photos from "String Theory."

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