According to NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt’s recent comments to THR, “Heroes Reborn” is merely a one shot. While things could certainly change, it appears that the revival series is one and done, with further seasons unlikely to be crafted. Perhaps we’ll hear more on the matter soon from creator Tim Kring, but for now, here’s Greenblatt…
“That was always the plan, unless [series creator] Tim [Kring] woke up one day and said, ‘Oh, I have another chapter to tell.’ But I think we’re coming to the end of the world, maybe. Stay tuned,” Greenblatt explained. “As far as I know, there’s no more incarnations of ‘Heroes’ coming,” he added.
I haven’t been watching myself, as I never finished the initial “Heroes” series, but I’m sure this will come as a disappointment to some fans out there. Sorry, folks. It looks like this was a series capper, not an actual rebirth.
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