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Thanks to Andreas, added promotional pictures of 4×10 to the gallery.
Thanks to Andreas, added promotional pictures of 4×10 to the gallery.
Added, thanks to Andreas, promos for next Heroes episode. Whoa! Anyone else being confused with this promos?
Oh, awesome episode. Loved it in many many ways. So great to see something related to 1st season, so great see Hiro acting, bad!Sylar pointing fingers to open someone else’s head. And Samuel, evil beast. Awesome, can’t wait to see the next!
Added 292 HQ screencaptures to the gallery. Enjoy!
As previously discussed here, check the cut-tag to read more about the confirmation of this rumours.
Even if wasn’t a surprise ( for me it was a shock last season, when Sylar killed him), I really love Nathan. And I think there still plenty of story left for him. I’m pretty bored with some other characters, and it’s sad see him go. Also, shame on you, producers. Firing him without a talk first? That’s bad.
I’ll miss you Nathan.
Good luck, Adrian!
I don’t know how reliable this article can be, but I’m posting here anyway.
This could be bad news for “Heroes” fans. Real bad news.
Sources at NBC have told Airlock Alpha that the inevitable is finally happening: Networks executives will ask “Heroes” producers to wind the series down, possibly with an overall finale by May.
“There isn’t much happening with this show in terms of audience, and giving it a ‘final chapter’ feel is something the network is considering to help allow the show to go out with a bang,” said the source, who asked not to be identified.
“Heroes” began in 2006 as NBC’s most buzzed show, and wowed both audiences and critics through the first season. However, Season 2 took a slow start creatively, likely not helped with the departure of producers like Bryan Fuller (who had left to run “Pushing Daisies” on ABC).While the audience stuck it out in the beginning, that started to change by mid-season when the audience erosion began. It finished its second season with a 6.6 rating/10 share, however, second only to “Lost” among averages of overnight ratings from The Nielsen Co. for network genre shows.
However, by the 2008-09 season, “Heroes” fell to fifth among network genre shows, with a 4.7/7 average, down nearly 29 percent from the year before.
This year after seven episodes, “Heroes” is averaging a 3.6/5, more than 23 percent off from last year, and 45 percent off its pace from the second season. It’s currently averaging as NBC’s lowest-rated outing on Monday behind the 3.7/6 average of the now-canceled “Trauma” and the 4.4/7 of “The Jay Leno Show.”
Of course, in the “Jay Leno” instance, his numbers were artificially boosted by an 11.0/18 premiere the week before the fourth season of “Heroes” started, and fell to a 3.8/6 the following week, and has hovered just above the 3.0 household rating mark ever since.
“Heroes” might not be the only one saying good-bye this season. With NBC looking for a firm finish in fourth place among all the networks once again, the new guard coming in is looking to really change things up, including possibly a completely revamped lineup that could include the reduction of hours devoted to “Jay Leno.”
According to this source, “Heroes” is just not part of that mode.
“To keep a show like this going despite its numbers requires some nostalgic connection to it, and while there are a lot of people here who were part of bringing ‘Heroes’ to the air, they are not in the decision-making capacities,” the source said.
One thing to stress, however, is that no final decision has been made yet, and likely won’t be made until closer to mid-season. The source was not even clear if a wrap-up directive had been issued to “Heroes” quite yet. If it hasn’t, it will.
“I don’t think this should surprise anybody,” the source said. “The writing has been on the wall for some time.”
Airlock Alpha did request comment from NBC early Thursday afternoon, which is still pending. However, none of this has been confirmed by NBC quite yet, and should be treated as any rumor would.
“Heroes” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
Hello, Mr Parkman! Then did you think that you were the clever one here, huh?
This episode was made of awesome! We’ve got pretty much evetything. Naked!Sylar, Drunk!Sylar, Carnival!Sylar, and Awesome!Sylar.
The last Sylar scene is remarkable. I’m trying to be spoiler free, so I didn’t even imagined. It’s 2:30am and I caught myself shouting when I noticed what had happened. Great job, Zach and Greg!
I’ve added 280+ HQ screencaptures to the gallery. Enjoy!
One word: awesome!
Thanks, once again, Andreas!
A bit late but they’re here. And what an episode!
Zach was particular handsome last night, and Sylar is REALLY a great character. I just hate when people start manipulating him that much, and he ends with all the guilty.
I still need to reinstall some softwares I had here (my computer crashed this weekend) so the clips will be up a little late this time. Sorry.
Added additional promotional photography of Heroes in our season 2 gallery:
I still love the show. I still love all the characters. I didn’t liked AT ALL this news. Spoilers, at your count and risk.
First, the Ausielo’s Blind Item:
I get that there’s no easy way to lay someone off, but, come on, this is ridiculous: A male series regular on a one-hour drama — a onetime ratings powerhouse — learned that he was out of a job only after reading his character’s death scene in the script!
According to my mole, the popular and well-respected leading man — who tapes his final scenes this week — was blindsided not just by his ouster, but by the tacky way in which it was handled. “He was hurt that the producers didn’t tell him first,” says the source. “He deserved better.”
The real surprise is that, well, anyone was surprised at all. The actors on said show have long been frustrated by the lack of communication coming from the front office. Still, as the insider points out, “This was low even for them.”
So, who’ll be looking for work starting next week? And what show does he currently star on? Here’s the first of two hints: It’s not — I repeat not — Grey’s Anatomy. Look for that second hint in this week’s Ask Ausiello.
Later, Kristin announcement:
This one is going to leave a mark.
Sources over on NBC’s Heroes confirm to me that a major death is in the works, and this is not one that will go unnoticed by even the most casual fan.
It is huge.
So who is it?
Well, you know how these things go…We can’t come right out and name any names. (Unless someone can hook me up right quick with the Witness Protection Program?)
However, I will tell you that this leading character is a male, and he is not necessarily pictured above. (He might be, he might not be.) And he is one of the original cast.
And you thought Hayden’s same-sex kiss was surprising, eh?
Clearly the producers are pulling out all the stops this season in an effort to ramp up storylines and pull out a big watercooler-worthy surprise.
But I have to say that I, for one, will miss this guy. Big-time.
Now here’s the fun and torturous part for you: Start guessing below…
Not good AT ALL. In all comments we’re reading, they pointing us to Sylar. Some to Nathan, Peter, Hiro. And even HRG – that would be ridiculous, at least to me. I need to say, any death would be so sad, but deppending who they kill, it will be the end to Heroes to me.