Heroes Reborn Season 1 Episodes 7: “June 13th – Part One”
Directed by Allan Arkush
Written by Adam Lash & Cori Uchida
Created by Tim Kring
Starring Jack Coleman, Zachary Levi, Robbie Kay, Henry Zebrowski, Ryan Guzman, Danika Yarosh, Francesca Eastwood, Masi Oka NBC
Air Date: Thursday, October 29th, 2015, 8pm
Last week on Heroes Reborn, Hiro Nakamura (Masi Oka) was rescued from the fortress inside Evernow, from his virtual Miko (Kiki Sukezane). Sadly, she had to sacrifice herself to do it. He popped up just in the nick of time to save Noah (Jack Coleman) from death. However it was too late for Quentin (Henry Zebrowski). Carlos (Ryan Guzman) takes Dearing (Dylan Bruce) hostage, in an effort to find the priest and his nephew, but the tables are quickly turned. Malina (Danika Yarosh) saves Luke (Zachary Levi) from killing himself, then recruits him to help her find Tommy (Robbie Kay). Tommy takes Emily to Paris before he jumps on his destiny path. Erica (Rya Kihlstedt) continues with her plan to destroy the Earth of all EVOs (and the Earth itself pretty much). Hiro and Noah time travel to the Odessa Summit one year ago.
In just a few hours, a television phenomenom of its time will return in a 13-episode limited series form, and I will be only one of the many who have been waiting for it with bated breath. Heroes Reborn returns at 8:00pm for a 2-hour premiere, more than 5 years after Heroes ended. What will it be like? We will know soon.
Check out one of the scenes in the clip provided between Noah Bennet (Jack Coleman) and Quentin Frady (Henry Zebrowski), who was one of the stars of Heroes Reborn: Dark Matters, the prequel web series.
Check out here below the sneak peek, plus the digital exclusive that includes an interview with Dr. Mohinder Suresh.
Heroes Reborn premieres tomorrow night, so NBC threw us one more bone before we are immersed in EVO land. Tim Kring‘s 13-episode limited series picks up years after the Claire Bennet came out to the world, but now Evolved Humans are in hiding after being blamed for a terrorist attack in Odessa, Texas. New EVOs are discovering their powers, and old EVOs are taking up the mantle to answer the call, “Where are the heroes?”
Check out the sneak peek clip, plus 2 others, and the official synopsis below.
Well, the first trailer for Jem and the Holograms failed to impress; in fact it got a wave of international negative reaction. The complete opposite of what Universal was looking for in its modern-day reimagining of the ’80s cartoon of the same name. The film will center on a young girl nicknamed Jem (Aubery Peeples) whose amateur music video was uploaded on YouTube and viewed over a million times, turning her and her band (which also happens to be her sisters) into an internet sensation. Having signed on to a major record labor the group goes on tour, but a greedy studio head wants to take Jem on a solo career, which would rip the family apart.
It’s the same old sing-song story about family sticking together kind of film we have seen in the past. But would a pet robot named Synergy who displays holograms of family memories to remind our lead character about the importance of family get you interested in the film? Well if it does, then you might want to check out what director Jon M. Chu had in store for Synergy below.
NBC has released new character motion posters for Heroes Reborn, the miniseries continuation of Tim Kring‘s Heroes, which ran from 2006-2010 on the network. Kring is also in charge of this 13-episode series, which goes back to basics – when ordinary people discover extraordinary powers.
Check out the motion posters and the ones set to music below.