Heroes Cast

Dec 01, 2008 - 3:28PM by FanBolt
The episode guide has been updated for the following:

3.47 Duality

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Nov 26, 2008 - 2:33PM by FanBolt
When the new January TV season debuts, a couple of weekly NBC favorites will be missing. Most notably Chuck and Heroes, they didn’t make midseason cut.

Viewers seemed to be tiring of the confusing schedule of the once widely popular Heroes anyway. With their every shifting plot twists added to the difficulty in trying to digest what the show was trying to do. NBC probably figured it was time to give Heroes fans an opportunity to understand what was going on. In other words, after the firing of executive producers Jeph Loeb and Jesse Alexander it gives NBC time to adjust to new blood behind the scenes.

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Nov 25, 2008 - 12:16PM by FanBolt
Heroes Gallery Update
The following has been added to the galleries:

- 406 Screencaps from "The Eclipse - Part 1" - Proceed

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Nov 23, 2008 - 6:56PM by FanBolt
The episode guide has been updated for the following episodes:

3.44 The Eclipse (Part 1)
3.45 The Eclipse (Part 2)
3.46 Our Father
3.47 War

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Nov 23, 2008 - 6:42PM by FanBolt
When "Heroes" creator Tim Kring called people who watch his show live "poor saps" and "dipshits," the fan community was outraged. Forums all over the Internet filled up with fans complaining about how Kring was characterizing his audience.

Kring, however, has offered an apology for what he described as a "mangled quote."

"It was made while trying to explain the rise in DVR and online audience for the show," Kring said in an open letter to fans. "I was making the point that these platforms now offer a superior way to watch the show (without commercials, with extra content, commentary, at the audience's convenience, etc.) And went on to say how it's getting to the point where 'watching the show on the air is relegated to the poor saps and dipshits who can't figure out how to program their DVRs.'

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Nov 22, 2008 - 4:25PM by FanBolt
It looks as though, instead of fixing "Heroes," creator Tim Kring has decided to insult the show's fans instead.

At a screenwriting event last weekend, Kring made the nonsensical statement that current modes of on-demand viewing make it more difficult to sustain a serialized show.

What? That makes no sense, as Time's TV critic, James Poniewozik, pointed out on his site, tunedin. blogs.time.com. "The idea that DVRs and streaming make it harder to follow serial shows is so transparently ridiculous I seriously wonder if Kring even believes it," Poniewozik wrote.

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