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The "Hobbit" actor discusses creating the human monster known as the Red Dragon and becoming Will and Hannbal's "bargaining tool."
Titled "Heroes Reborn: Dark Matters," the six-episode series is set five years after the finale of "Heroes."
The star of the original "Xena: Warrior Princess" stated via Twitter that a reported reboot is "still in the wishful thinking stage."
Will Matt Ryan bring John Constantine to Starling City? "Arrow" Executive Producer Wendy Mericle says talks are taking place to make magic happen.
Creator Tim Kring spoke with CBR TV about his super powered NBC series getting a second life and what he's learned in the 5 years since it wrapped.
The "Self/less" director heads to television -- and Oz -- to helm the entirety of NBC’s upcoming limited series.
Series creator Tim Kring talks about the upcoming 13-episode event and how it will continue the legacy of a show from five years ago.
Get a sneak peek at what threatens the world five years after "Heroes'" original story concluded.
Check out the exclusive debut of the motion posters for three all-new characters: Erica, Emily and Quentin!
Jack Coleman is back as Noah Bennet, joined in the new images by Danika Yarosh, Ryan Guzman and Francesca Eastwood.
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.
Despite the show’s cancellation, NBC will bring "Hannibal" to Comic-Con International for one last panel alongside "Blindspot" and "The Player."
NBC has released a haunting new TV spot for its 13-episode revival of "Heroes," which premieres in September.
The third season of the NBC psychological thriller, which concludes in August, will be its last.
The long awaited "Heroes" follow up will debut on NBC alongside the season premiere of James Spader's "The Blacklist."
NBC has released a new poster for “Heroes Reborn” that evokes the Super Bowl TV spot for the 13-episode revival.
Nine years after its Comic-Con debut, Tim Kring's revived "Heroes" will return to Comic-Con, as will fellow NBC genre series "Grimm."
The NBC show launched a campaign for an Emmy Award nomination in Fantasy Art Direction with a Facebook page and behind-the-scenes production book.
Lucifer tickles ivories in the first promotional image from the Fox/Vertigo series; "Fear the Walking Dead" reveals a new poster and more.
With "Constantine" officially dead and the show's sets taken down, star Matt Ryan took to Twitter to thank the fans for their support.
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.
The manipulative matriarch of the Petrelli family has a mysterious role to play in the 13-episode miniseries.
Executive Producers Bryan Fuller & Steven Lightfoot discuss Hannibal's evolving bromance with Will, guest star Zachary Quinto and lesbian sex.
Mads Mikkelsen discusses Dr. Lecter's new lease on life and the importance of the presence of the psychotic Red Dragon.
"Wonderfalls" veteran Caroline Dhavernas discusses surviving Hannibal's carnage and bringing her lover down on NBC's returning thriller.
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.
The "Hannibal" star discusses the aftermath of Season 2's bloodbath, where the new season begins, and his character's relationship with Dr. Lecter.
Showrunner Bryan Fuller talks Hannibal on the run, his strange relationship with therapist Bedelia Du Maurier and Will Graham's next move.
He'll reprise his role as Matt Parkman in the 13-episode revival, joining fellow "Heroes" vets Masi Oka, Jack Coleman and Jimmy Jean-Louis.
NBC has released the first official photos from the 13-episode revival, featuring returning actor Jack Coleman and newcomers Zachary Levi and Kiki Sukezane.
After the show spent months lingering in limbo, "Constantine" has officially been cancelled, according to showrunner Daniel Cerone.
The sci-fi series' story will continue in a four-part digital comic crafted by the show's crew, including Erik Kripke, Rockne S. O’Bannon and Jon Favreau.
Reports that the network has officially axed the fledgling DC Entertainment drama are premature according to showrunner Daniel Cerone.
"The Blacklist" is the latest television series to make the leap to comic books, with a new series from Titan starting this summer.
Jean-Louis joins fellow series veterans Jack Coleman, Masi Oka and a cast of newcomers in the revival of the NBC series.
Showrunner Daniel Cerone has posted new info regarding "Constantine's" future; Scott Eastwood and Raymond Olubowale join "Suicide Squad" and more.
David Giuntoli spoke with SPINOFF about Juliette's monstrous transformation and Royal Family retaliation -- and what's ahead in the season finale.
The “Star Trek” actor will guest star as a patient of Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier in the upcoming third season of the NBC thriller.