Ryan Guzman, Kiki Sukezane, Jack Coleman, Robbie Kay, Zachary Levi , Judi Shekoni - Celebrities attend 2015 NBCUniversal's press tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. at Beverly Hilton Hotel - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 13th August 2015
'Desperate Housewives' star Eva Longoria was among the star arrivals at the 2015 NBC Upfront Presentation held at Radio City Music Hall in New York. She looked typically stunning in a calf-length, slim-fitting white dress, her long hair slicked back.
The former ‘Chuck’ star is headed back to the small screen.
Zachary Levi has joined the cast of NBC’s upcoming 'Heroes Reborn' miniseries. The former ‘Chuck’ actor will headline the series, which sees original ‘Heroes’ creator Tim Kring back behind the camera.
Zachary Levi had joined the 'Heroes Reborn' miniseries
The announcement was made during NBC’s TCA panel, with chairman Robert Greenblatt telling the press, "We are happy to announce this morning that Zach Levi is joining the cast along with Jack Coleman which we announced a few months ago. We're still keeping Zach's role under wraps because everything about this show is shrouded in secrecy. More names will be announced in the coming months.”
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NBC is bringing one of its most loved shows out of retirement for a brief run in 2015.
Good news for any Heroes fans out there – NBC is reviving its hit show in miniseries form. NBC announced the news during its Olympic broadcast on Saturday. The new show, appropriately titled Heroes: Reborn will premiere in 2015 and get a 13-episode run, according to E! News. The series even got a brief teaser during the Olympic coverage.
The big question is, which of the original actors will return?
Matt Nix, Sharon Gless, Gabrielle Anwar, Jeffrey Donovan, Bruce Campbell and Jack Coleman - 'Burn Notice' Wrap party at Fontainebleau Miami Beach - Arrivals - Miami Beach, Florida, United States - Sunday 28th July 2013
Basically, Heroes is a comic book come to life, telling us of average people who suddenly find they have special, superhuman powers. A cheerleader, Claire (Hayden Panettiere), discovers she can heal any injury (it's a good thing, too, she'd be dead about 20 times over if she couldn't). A congressional candidate (Adrian Pasdar) can fly. A cop (Greg Grunberg) can read minds. And so on. The story that evolves over the 23 episodes of season one ultimately concern a serial killer, Sylar (Zachary Quinto), who is preying on superheroes and sucking out their powers for himself, and a nuclear bomb that is foretold by one hero to decimate New York City. Somehow the heroes are involved... but they might be able to stop it.
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