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Heroes new and old are featured in the first, minute-long look at NBC's "Heroes Reborn," the fall-debuting revival of Tim Kring's series.
NBC has released a haunting new TV spot for its 13-episode revival of "Heroes," which premieres in September.
NBC has released a new poster for “Heroes Reborn” that evokes the Super Bowl TV spot for the 13-episode revival.
The relationship between "Heroes" and comic books will begin again, with Titan announcing plans for a comic based on the new TV series.
With the cast of the 13-episode revival now set, we now know for sure which "Heroes" veterans won’t be returning.
Beyond a return to NBC, the actor has also landed a role on “Lucky Man,” the upcoming U.K. crime drama based on an idea by Stan Lee.
The “24” veteran joins the NBC revival in a recurring role as the mysterious and militant Farah.
NBC has released the first official photos from the 13-episode revival, featuring returning actor Jack Coleman and newcomers Zachary Levi and Kiki Sukezane.
He joins fellow series veteran Jack Coleman and a cast of newcomers, including “Chuck’s” Zachary Levi, in the revival of the NBC series.
A 15-second spot for the revival of the superpower drama features returning cast member Jack Coleman and new star Zachary Levi.
The actor, who played superpowered serial killer Sylar, says he spoke with series creator Tim Kring, but "I just felt like I didn’t want to go back to it."
The "Chuck" star will play a “key role” in NBC’s 13-episode revival of Tim Kring’s superpower drama.
The in-demand actor discusses his "Star Trek" future and his hesitation about revisiting "Heroes" while previewing his documentary series "The Chair."
Former "Heroes" stars Zachary Quinto and Ali Larter don’t expect to reprise their former "Heroes" roles for NBC's "Heroes Reborn" in 2015.
Actor Jack Coleman - AKA the man with the horn-rimmed glasses - is the first "Heroes" veteran to sign on for the upcoming NBC event miniseries.
Acknowledging that "Heroes Reborn" will likely feature new characters, the actress says someone else playing Clair Bennett "would be a little dagger in the heart."
With NBC bringing back "Heroes" in 2015, which character from the original series would you like to see make a return in "Heroes: Reborn"?
Tim Kring's superhero television show will return as "Heroes: Reborn," a 13-episode miniseries, while NBC teases the possible return of some of the original cast.
"The Wolverine" cast teases next week's debut! Which major DC Comics character will appear in "Arrow" season two? Felicity Jones discusses her "Amazing Spider-Man 2" mystery role and more!
The ordinary people with extraordinary powers from NBC's "Heroes" return in a new series from Dynamite. Writer Cullen Bunn spoke with CBR exclusively about the huge twist which gets the story rolling.
Stan Lee discusses "Iron Man 3" and the Marvel Cinematic Universe! Will "Heroes" find a second life on digital programming? Disney to release a "Star Wars" film every summer starting in 2015! Plus, "Chew" & more!
The Ninth Circuit rejected comic creator Jazan Wild’s $60-million claim against NBC Universal and the producers of the television series "Heroes," determining there was no evidence of copyright infringement.
"Buffy" writer Andrew Chambliss joins CBR for another SUNDAY CONVERSATION, an in-depth chat with the creators of your favorite projects and their lives away from the books themselves.
Is the time already right to resurrect NBC's "Heroes?" SPINOFF's Graeme McMillan thinks so -- and he has a plan for how to make it fresh and different for a second go-around.
With "The Cape" canceled, "The Event" soon to join it and reports of "Wonder Woman" already having problems, SPINOFF wonders what happened to the network that brought us "Star Trek," "Knight Rider" and "Heroes?"
"Heroes" star Milo Ventimiglia stopped by CBR TV during NYCC to talk about working with Top Cow to finish and collect "Rest,"the current and future status of "Berserker," the ending of "Heroes" and more.
"Heroes" creator Tim Kring spoke with CBR TV about his new trilogy of novels, "Gate of Orpheus," the ways in which modern technology has affected television as a whole and "Heroes" specifically and much more.
"The Flash" delivers a script by Christmas. "Green Lantern" to be "jaw-dropping"! More info of "First Class" Oxford shoot. Also, "Sin City 2" to be Robert Rodriguez's next project and more.
"Heroes" star Milo Ventimiglia talks with CBR about the cancellation of the TV series, NBC's decision to pass on a television special that would wrap up loose plot threads, and the impact of the writer's strike.
"Green Lantern" screenwriter talks mythology and "The Flash." Mark Ruffalo to completely Hulk Out in "The Avengers." Another possible "Wolverine 2" director evades the question and more.
"Doctor Strange" to be animated Pixar style? "Priest" trailer promises a warrior's return. Hit-Girl and Millar talk "Kick-Ass 2" Also, Josh Brolin admits flaws in "Jonah Hex" and more.
Word is out that despite the best efforts of creator Tim Kring, the NBC superhero-themed series will not be brought back for a mini series or special finale to wrap storylines.
At Comic-Con International, "Heroes" star Zachary Quinto moderated a panel for the television show's creator, Tim Kring, and his new novel, a historical thriller entitled "Shift."
Christopher Nolan talks "Superman," Jeremy Renner soon to be Hawkeye, Edgar Wright offers up a "Scott Pilgrim" clip, Neal McDonough possibly taking on Dum Dum Dugan and more.
Creator Tim Kring takes to the net with word on his negotiations to bring "Heroes" back for a miniseries finale focusing on an outed Claire and a returned Nathan Petrelli amongst other twists and turns.
SPINOFF ONLINE'S Graeme McMillan takes a look at the mistakes made with "Heroes," offering suggestions on what should be avoided by other television shows of the same type.
"Carnival of Souls" creator Jazan Wild is suing NBC and "Heroes" creator Tim Kring, alleging scenes from his comic were used in the show. SEE ROBOT 6 for more details.
"Conchords" star joins "Men in Black 3," Blake Lively discusses "Green Lantern" wire-work, the first photo from "Cowboys & Aliens", "Heroes" creator talks brand extension and more.
Series creator Tim Kring has responded to NBC's cancellation announcement for "Heroes" with a statement that indicates that he has hopes for the continuation of the show with the network. SPINOFF has the details.
"Splice" director suggests "Alpha Flight" film. Money may keep "Heroes" wrap-up from happening. "No Ordinary Family" gets a timeslot. Also, "Predators" hunt with less CGI and more.