In season three, Heroes seemingly went from bad to worse. Now, with Bryan Fuller deserting NBC's sinking flagship, we're left wondering: Can Heroes really can find Redemption in its fourth season?
If there's one thing that Heroes is good at, it's apparently not family drama if last night's episode is anything to go by. Daddy issues for cheerleaders and psychopaths abound, and spoilers await.
Blogger Scott King has an unusual idea how NBC can save Heroes - Cancel the series and replace it with spin-offs. But not necessarily the spin-offs that you'd expect.
Now that we know volume three of Heroes will be called "Villains," it's not too soon to start bracing ourselves for the worst. After all, that show hasn't had the greatest track record in creating and sustaining villains so far. There's no surefire way to make a villain scary and memorable. But there are some proven…
Jack Coleman has the enviable position of breathing life into television's best and worst father each week on NBC's Heroes. During the day he'll be bringing home teddy bears to his indestructible daughter Claire, while that night he'll gun someone down and work with genetically mutated viruses. He's gone through more…
- Christian Bale hasn't committed to starring in the new Terminator movie, but he is in serious talks, sources say. Here's hoping he comes to his senses and does a smarter film instead. [MSN via Cinemblend]
- Heroes is one of the most family-friendly shows on television, according to the Family Friendly Programming Forum.
Despite the ongoing writer's strike, spoilers for upcoming TV shows keep slipping out. Find out what's next for Heroes, Lost and Battlestar Galactica. Needless to say, spoilers ahead.