NBC used Saturday’s primetime Olympics coverage to announce that Heroes is coming back with a new miniseries. A press release was issued right after the commercial made the initial announcement on television. Heroes Reborn is set to make its debut in 2015 as an “event miniseries” with original creator and executive producer Tim Kring in charge of its rebirth. The show has a 13-episode order. “The enormous impact ‘Heroes’ had
So, I’m doing a huge maintenance in our gallery (believe me, it was really necessary), and I spent a lot of time trying to do in our current one. So, to save time and make things less complicated, I’ve installed a brand new gallery and will start moving all our files to it. There will be NO downtime, and while I’m doing it, I will add more files or replace
Yeah, this time as “Best Superhero”. Yeah, you read it right, Sylar got a superhero nomination at Spike TV Scream awards: BEST SUPERHERO • Nicolas Cage as Big Daddy, Kick-Ass • Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man, Iron Man 2 • Aaron Johnson as Kick Ass, Kick Ass • Chloë Grace Moretz as Hit Girl, Kick Ass • Zachary Quinto as Sylar, Heroes • Tom Welling as Clark Kent, Smallville
Wendi Lynn posted on her blog about the cancellation, and a few (and pretty) words about the cast. During this years we was always able to read Wendi Lynn posts and see her behind-the-scenes photos, so it’s touching (and quite sad) to read her goodbye post. Zach: What can I say? He was always my shoulder. I think Zach listened to me a lot. We had many chats, a few
chapter’s end… 5.15.10 the road ahead… yesterday nbc announced that heroes is officially cancelled. as much as we have been aware of this possibility for a few weeks – it remains surreal to consider that the decision has been made. the action has been taken. and this chapter (or volume) is really over for all of us who worked on the show – and for all of you who watched
It’s official. NBC has cancelled “Heroes.” The network seriously mulled bringing back “Heroes” for a shortened final season to wrap up the serialized show, possibly as a two- or four-hour movie. In the end, given the fairly high cost of the drama, the show’s consistently declining ratings and the number of new hour-longs coming to NBC next season, the network decided the UMS-produced series wasn’t worth an additional episode order.
For weeks, even in the face of Heroes’ bottom-dwelling ratings, conventional wisdom among TV-industry insiders has been that NBC was leaning heavily toward bringing back its once-mighty superhero series for a fifth and final thirteen-episode wrap-up season. But as NBC has become more confident in its slate of new shows, all indications are that our Heroes are dead. Believe it or not, this is actually something of a surprise. Even
Bashing ‘Heroes’ has become a sport, much like bashing ‘Saturday Night Live’ became a sport several years ago. “It’s not as good as it was” and “it sucks” are the phrases you hear most often when former fans (or fans that are still watching the show but always on the edge of leaving) talk about it. Tim Kring tells The Onion that he knows what fans are saying about the