Hello everyone, your friendly neighborhood, Professor Hulk, here. I’m about to drop some knowledge of some exciting stuff in the film and TV world. Last week we shared with you details on Wonder Woman 3. This week, we’re talking about Heroes.

Heroes, for those who don’t know, was an NBC series that debuted in 2006. It ran for a total of four seasons and featured ordinary people getting superpowers. It started strong and garnered a passionate fanbase; however, a Writer’s Strike and loss of major key talent eventually led to the show’s cancellation. A revival (Heroes Reborn) aired in 2015 but was not picked up for a second season due to low ratings.

We can exclusively share that NBC is bringing back Heroes. NBC sees the series as having the potential to bring viewers to Peacock. The original Heroes is popular on Peacock and has shown executives that despite misfirings with the show, there’s still interest in Heroes as an IP and brand.

Plot details are sparse, but it’s said that no talent from the previous series will return. So no actors will be reprising their roles, and none of the showrunners or writers will return. This is a complete top to bottom reboot. Plot elements such as the iconic eclipse and regular people getting powers will remain, but there will be no connection to the original.

The only known plot information is that the main character will be ‘Miguel’ who’s described as an “[IT] Tech who aspires for more in his mundane life.”

We’ll share more information as it becomes available.

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