Pasdar Says 'Heroes' Season 3 is Going to Be "Very Interesting"
Pasdar Says 'Heroes' Season 3 is Going to Be "Very Interesting"
NBC's Heroes took a beating from both critics and fans for its second season.  Now that it's over, many are waiting to see just how the next chapter will turn out, including show star Adrian Pasdar.

“Season 3 is going to be very interesting to see what happens and how they're able to take the lessons that we've learned, and really tell the story that they want to tell without losing an audience,” Pasdar, who plays Nathan Petrelli on Heroes, told Entertainment Weekly.  “Because the goal at the end of the day is to have as many people watch the show as you can.”
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Reconciling what writers and fans want has proven to be challenging, especially since Heroes is “complex” and has “many layers.”

“It's not stupid TV, it's not a reality program,” Adrian Pasdar said.  “It actually is complex.  There's many layers to Heroes.  [Creator Tim Kring is] not averse to risk-taking, as he has proven in the episodes of season 2.”

The future of the show is not the only thing that's hanging in the balance.  In the second season finale, Pasdar's Nathan was shot during a press conference, leaving viewers to wonder if he'll be back in the next season or not.

Fans of Adrian Pasdar need not worry, however, as the 42-year-old actor has several other projects to fall back on.  Currently, the musical he co-directed and cowritten is showing at Los Angeles' Geffen Playhouse.  The production is called Atlanta, and revolves around a soldier who dons his enemy's uniform to survive battle.

“It's something I've always wanted to do and I've never really had the opportunity,” he said of his latest stage work.  “Who would come to me to direct musical theater unless I wrote it?”

Additionally, Adrian Pasdar and his wife, Dixie Chicks' Natalie Maines, are developing an animated series for Nick, Jr.

“It's the story of a pig and an English bulldog who become friends.  It's based on a true story that we had at our ranch in Texas,” Pasdar explained to Entertainment Weekly.  “We inherited a pig when we bought the ranch, and we had a bulldog that we owned, and putting the two together was like oil and water.  But they became friends, and we decided to make a children's show about the Amazing Adventures of Stella and Ralph.”


-Lisa Claustro, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

Source: Entertainment Weekly
(Image Courtesy of NBC)

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