Articles for Heroes Reborn Season 5

Super Bowl 49 between the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots may be about football, but the telecast is about much more. Besides Katy Perry‘s halftime show and an episode of The Blacklist after the event, the commercials are always entertaining.  Read more »
One of the most lovable and over-eager characters on NBC‘s original series Heroes, Hiro Nakamura (played by Masi Oka) is set to reprise his role in the upcoming NBC mini-series Heroes Reborn.Hiro was a bubbly and eager young man with the ability to manipulate space and time. He was one of the biggest success points of the original series, and his return bodes well for the upcoming successor. Oka was nominated for both an Emmy and a Golden Globe for his role on Heroes. Read more »
Heroes: Reborn and Castle make new casting decisions, the latter bringing on a new character and the former bringing back a familiar face. Here is the latest casting news on Heroes: Reborn and Castle. Read more »
American Horror Story, Graceland and Girl Meets World make casting announcements bringing back familiar faces and adding some new ones. Also, Milo Ventimiglia weighs in on Heroes Reborn. Read more »
Rya Kihlstedt, once known as Dr. Michelle Ross on Dexter has officially joined on to the cast of Heroes: Reborn. Additionally, Grey‘s Anatomy, Graceland, and Suits make new casting announcements.  Read more »
At the winter press tour for the Television Critics Association, NBC unloaded a slew of new announcements about projects in development for 2015 and beyond. The news includes a major casting announcement for the Heroes reboot, a new Eva Longoria comedy, another live musical, miniseries and TV movies inspired by the Underground Railroad and Dolly Parton, as well as updates on Hannibal season 3 and the next Chicago spin-off.  Read more »
NBC is the first network to officially announce its schedule for Fall 2015. The line-up includes three new dramas, the return of Heroes, one new comedy and live episodes of the sitcom Undateable on Friday nights.  Read more »
Television pilots are notoriously hard things to accomplish. So many are made and there are so many moving parts within them. It‘s extremely difficult to get a show to air, not to mention make it a quality product. So it shouldn‘t be a surprising that there are more than a few in the new crop of shows that look less desirable this upcoming seasons. Here are five of the least promising and most likely to fail new shows of Fall 2015. Read more »
There‘s someone new checking into the Hotel in the new season of American Horror Story -- but has his character‘s fate already been revealed? Plus, The Good Wife is losing another series regular for its seventh season and some cool casting news may lessen the blow from the latest Orphan Black episode. Read more »
Big changes are coming to some of your favorite TV shows, including a departure on Castle and a demotion on Nashville. In other casting news, an actor known for High School Musical has been hired on The Fosters, another original Heroes cast member is returning for Reborn (along with another newbie), another actor has signed on for Chicago Med and there‘s some exciting news regarding Yvette Nicole Brown and Community. Read on for all the details. Read more »
NBC is the latest network to announce its fall 2015 premiere dates. Sunday Night Football will kick everything off, along with Neil Patrick Harris‘ variety show (right after America‘s Got Talent) five days later. The rest of the lineup will roll out over the course of two months, concluding with Chicago Med in November.Many of NBC‘s fall shows will premiere during the final full week of September, beginning with The Voice and new drama Blindspot on September 21. Law and Order: SVU will return with a two-hour premiere on September 23, following The Mysteries of Laura. (Chicago PD will be added to the Wednesday night lineup a week later.) The next night, September 24, will see three premieres: Heroes Reborn, The Blacklist and new series The Player. Read more »
Comic-Con 2015 in San Diego is almost here! On the final day of the convention, you‘ll be able to check out panels for such shows as The Vampire Diaries, Supernatural, American Horror Story, Scream Queens, Heroes Reborn and more.So to help you plan for the convention, here are all of the television-related panels and event information for Sunday, July 12. Read more »
It‘s that time of year again. All of our favorite TV shows are gearing up for San Diego Comic-Con 2015 and we couldn‘t be more excited to hear from cast and show creators about what we can expect in the upcoming season. Also, first looks at some of the most exciting new shows are in order. Here are the panels that we‘re most excited for at SDCC 2015. Read more »
At San Diego Comic-Con 2015, we finally got a few updates about the upcoming Heroes sequel, Heroes: Reborn. The most exciting news to come out of Comic-Con about the new series is the release of the extended trailer to the series, which you can watch below. Additionally, here is everything we know so far about the NBC series.  Read more »
Heroes Reborn picks up five years after the events of the Heroes Season 4 finale with an episode of the same title, "Brave New World." When we last visited this world, Claire Bennett revealed the truth about her abilities letting everyone in on the secret that some people had abilities. The following four years brought a peaceful coexistence between people without powers and those with powers called EVOs. That peace ended in Odessa on June 13th when a terrorist bomb killed many during a rally at Primatech. The story picks up a year after the attack with EVOs are being targeted, captured and killed. Read more »
It‘s been a long five year wait for fans of Heroes to get closure on what happened after Claire Bennett revealed the truth to the world. It‘s been just as long for the characters of the show when Heroes Reborn picks up. While the story‘s continuation includes many new characters, some fan favorites return as well.Jimmy Jean-Louis portrayed the mysterious Haitian in the show‘s original run and reappears in the Heroes Reborn premiere when Noah Bennett/HRG (Jack Coleman) goes looking for answers to his memory loss. Read more »
Yatta! Heroes is back and even better Hiro Nakamura is too! Heroes Reborn would be missing a big part of the original‘s heart without the lovable Hiro.  BuddyTV caught up with Masi Oka at San Diego Comic-Con to get the scoop on his limited return to the series. The Hiro we‘ll see won‘t be the same one we last saw five years ago. Read more »
Heroes Reborn Season 1 Episode 3, "Under the Mask," finds several people on different missions for the greater good. The problem is many of them are running on conflicting trajectories, so which ones are actually on a righteous path?Who are the heroes and who are the villains? Or does it all come down to point of view? Read more »
One aspect of the original Heroes series that I‘ve enjoyed in the story‘s return is the voiceover. As Heroes Reborn, "The Needs of the Many," opened, we were presented with a profound, yet poignant question about what is a person‘s purpose and how does it develop.As the hour played out, we saw memories of joy and existences of sorrows. Love, loss, achievements and suffering.  All of those experiences have prepared those who will be called on to save the world. Will they be able to find it within themselves to save the world? We‘ll have to wait to find out. Read more »
The end of the world is coming and it‘s terrifying, though perhaps even more disturbing is the fact that Erica and her followers are looking forward to the cataclysmic event. On Heroes Reborn Season 1 Episode 5, "The Lion‘s Den," plans are revealed on both sides. Depending which force succeeds, the world as we know it will either be saved or destroyed. Read more »
Hiro has finally made his Heroes Reborn debut after spending some time trapped in a video game. While because of Masi Oka‘s contract with CBS for Hawaii Five-0, he‘s only in two more episodes -- "June 13th Part 1 and 2", which explores what happened on that fateful June 13 -- there is plenty coming up with Hiro, including reunions with other returning Heroes characters, including Jack Coleman‘s Noah Bennet, Cristine Rose‘s Angela Petrelli and Sendhil Ramamurthy‘s Mohinder Suresh.BuddyTV chatted with Oka to find out what‘s coming up for Hiro in these next two episodes, how his time in the video game has changed him, what‘s next on H50 and more. Read more »
After a slow start, Heroes Reborn has hit the gas hard. Sure, a lot of Heroes Reborn doesn‘t make a whole lot of sense. There‘s an explanation given for Miko‘s powers in "Game Over" and it confuses me even more about what this girl can actually do. Yet I find it‘s usually best to just turn my brain off while watching Heroes Reborn because then the show is actually a fun popcorn ride; this episode more than others. "Game Over" brought a lot of the characters together for the first time and delivered big moments. There were even some (very) shocking deaths. Read more »
Heroes Reborn finally answers many burning questions about what happened on June 13th, including why Tommy/Nathan and Malina are so important while clarifying Erica‘s plan and how far she‘s willing to go to succeed. In Heroes Reborn Season 1 Episode 7, "June 13th, Part One," Hiro and Noah go from the present day back to June 13th with the intention of stopping the Summit bombing and finding out what happened that day, including Claire‘s fate. The truth shocks them and sheds new light on the situation and disrupts their plan. Read more »
The nominations for the 2016 People‘s Choice Awards are out, with some of the biggest and most popular TV shows being recognized in a multitude of categories.Vying for the top prize of Favorite TV Show are the biggest comedy, The Big Bang Theory, cable‘s biggest hits, The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones, as well as The Voice and Grey‘s Anatomy.  Read more »
It‘s reunion time on Heroes Reborn Season 1 Episode 8, "June 13th - Part 2." Matt Parkman and Noah Bennet unexpectedly come face-to-face and they may not be on the same side of the war going on to save the world.Jack Coleman and Greg Grunberg spoke with reporters this summer about the reunion, what Matt is doing and how they may be at odds. Will Noah be able to change Matt‘s mind? Read on for edited excerpts from the conversation. Read more »
I love time travel. I‘m that rare breed of nerd that is completely turned off to most types of sci-fi. Unless it‘s in space and involves the words "stars" and "wars" (in that exact order) I‘m disinterested. Robots and aliens are simultaneously terrifying and boring to me. Yet, time travel is one sci-fi staple that I legitimately love. I tell you this to let you know upfront that I‘m already pre-disposed to like "June 13th Part Two," the second episode in Heroes Reborn‘s time travel story. Not to mention that the "June 13th Part One was without a doubt Heroes Reborn‘s strongest episode ye,t as it was the most focused and exciting hour yet. Thankfully Heroes Reborn didn‘t disappoint in the second part of the June 13th saga. Well, except for the very final moments of the episode, but more on that at the end of this absolutely stuffed recap.   Read more »
I was pretty skeptical about Heroes Reborn. It seemed like a very lazy cash-in on the current trend of superhero TV. It was an opinion that wasn‘t really swayed after several episodes. Now I‘ve begun to recognize Heroes Reborn as something more and it has become one of my favorite new shows of Fall. Yet for Heroes Reborn rebounds into positivity, they have made a terrible error. An error involving the character of Quentin Frady and his new allegiances. Read more »
After a really strong time travel two-parter, Heroes Reborn returned to the present. The results were mixed. The story lines that benefited from the time travel antics continue to be strong. In many cases they improved, especially the Tommy stuff. Heroes Reborn is fighting a losing battle in other cases though. Joanne is still horrible and Carlos seems pretty irrelevant. Nine episodes in, it‘s better to just focus on the good and ignore the bad. Thankfully the good far outnumbers the bad now on Heroes Reborn. Read more »
Tommy and Malina‘s reunion was so close on last week‘s episode, but they were pushed even further apart on Heroes Reborn Season 1 Episode 10, "11:53 to Odessa." Has Tommy truly been convinced by Erica? Or does he have doubts? By the end of the hour, he‘s out to save the world, but the answer of which plan he will follow is unknown. Read more »
While watching Heroes Reborn I was surprised by how much I missed the show in its far too long absence. The multiple month long break was a very big mistake because "Send in the Clones" picks up right where "11:53 to Odessa" left off. It is not a natural break at all. Yet while the break was weird and the episode itself is kind of a mess, Heroes Reborn is still a lot of fun. It is confusing, chaotic and often riddled with logic problems but there is nothing quite like it on TV (at this moment) that moves as briskly as this series. Even a bad episode will no doubt have more than a few stellar moments and "Send in the Clones" is a perfect example. It is Heroes Reborn at its best and worst. Read more »
Heroes is going away...again. NBC entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt has announced that the network is not going to bring back Heroes Reborn for a second season.  Read more »
"Company Woman" is the second-to-last Heroes Reborn ever. Now that the series has been cancelled, there should be an extra feeling of closure and finality to the proceedings. Sadly, the exact opposite seems to be happening. While I‘m sure the Heroes Reborn finale will have some kind of conclusion, "Company Woman" was a plodding and oddly-paced penultimate episode. Rather than focus mostly on Tommy and Malina‘s joint venture to save the world, Erica Kravid was given a spotlight episode. I suppose it‘s not the worst idea for Heroes Reborn to give their main villain a backstory but it should have happened at least three episodes ago. Read more »
When Heroes Reborn was first announced fans of the cancelled series hoped that the reboot/sequel would be able to capture the magic again. After years off the air, there was the sliver of a chance that Heroes Reborn could do what Heroes never could and make a satisfying subsequent to the story of season 1. Heroes Reborn  did manage to succeed, but only for one two-parter episode. Besides the honestly fantastic "June 13th, Part 1 and Part 2" Heroes Reborn was a convoluted mess. So where exactly did Heroes Reborn go so terribly wrong and in could any of the problems be fixed in the (now nonexistent) second season? Read more »