No. Why? Stop. Who asked for this?
Details remain sketchy, but sources confirm that MSN is interested in relaunching the once red-hot NBC Universal franchise with new stories and heroes, while mixing in cameos from the original series’ cast (schedules and interest permitting). The talks are said to be in the preliminary stages.
If Tim Kring is far from this maybe I could be on board.
First Gwyneth, then Ryan and now Kate. Is there some actor-slash-hero underground outfit forming in Hollywood?
There’s a movie pitch in that question.
Uh, yeah. I think it was done somewhere in the middle of Season 2, wasn’t it?
Perfect, considering he already has experience working at a paper company.
The buzz around the Dunder Mifflin watercooler is that Heroes vet Jack Coleman is nearing a deal to guest-star in an upcoming episode ofThe Office.
The Dynasty alum would play a government official who possesses a “Jon Hamm-esque wholesomeness,” per a source. No other details were available.
Truth be told I’ll probably watch this. And probably be disappointed.
I’m hearing that NBC might give Heroes a short order of 6 to just finish up the storyline of the series next fall. Or else it’s a goner. (My sources are betting on the latter.) In any case, there’s zero chance of a 22-episode pickup.
Someone must have given Heroes some healing power.
NBC has become more confident in its slate of new shows, all indications are that our Heroes are dead.
And thus ends a four year run of possibly television’s greatest one season show. At last.
Today in terrible decisions made by NBC…
I tried so hard to give Heroes a chance. Much longer than many other first season fans in fact. But finally I gave up, there is truly no reason for this to be. At least we’ll always have season one. On DVD.
I think that we’ll be back… I think that there are still stories that need to be told.
Haven’t you seen ‘Law & Order?’ That always backfires.
Hiro Nakumura (Heroes) after Ando calls him to the stand in a trial-for-his-life dream sequence.