Hayden Panettiere looked beautiful last night at the 61st Annual Emmy Awards. TV Guide grabbed a quick interview with her to talk about the category she was presenting for, who she was wearing, and a little bit about her animal activist activities. Check it out below!
‘Heroes’ promotion was in full swing at Comic Con ’09. From an extended trailer of the new season to the fans talking about their favorite characters to the ‘Heroes’ themed carnival across from the convention – we’ve got the videos. Check them out below! Season 4 Sizzle Reel: Road to Redemption Heroes Carnival Which Superpower […]
Robert Knepper has already been promoted to series regular status on NBC’s Heroes, on which he will make his debut this fall. Knepper was originally signed to play the mysterious Samuel for six episodes, and has so far appeared in every episode, says the Hollywood Reporter. Samuel is “the reluctant ringleader of a carnival,” Knepper […]
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences today announced nominations for its 61st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards during which NBC’s record-setting comedy “30 Rock” – winner for the past two years as Outstanding Comedy Series – again set a new, single awards year record for a comedy series with 22 nominations, surpassing its own record […]
NBC kicks off the Fall 2009 season on Monday, September 14 with the highly anticipated primetime debut of “The Jay Leno Show” (10-11 p.m. ET/9-10 p.m. CT), followed by the premiere of the network’s marquee night of comedy on Thursday, September 17, as “Saturday Night Live Weekend Update Thursday” and new series “Community” join “Parks […]
Bryan Fuller has left Heroes… again. Fuller says he’s leaving this time to work on other projects because of time constraints — not due to any creative differences with Heroes creator Tim Kring. “Development was really starting to heat up, and it appears like I may be writing multiple pilots for NBC so that wasn’t […]
Good news, Heroes fans! You won't have to wait until September to get another glimpse of Sendhil Ramamurthy's pretty face. All you have to do is hold out until August, because that's when Sendhil will be guesting on Psych.
Yes, sources confirm to us exclusively that Sendhil will be appearing on the USA Network detective comedy Psych in an episode titled "Bollyhood Homicide," which is tentatively slated to air the fourth week of the season.
But who does Sendhil play, and what surprising family tie made this possible?
As it turns out, Heroes star Sendhil Ramamurthy and Psych director Jay Chandrasekhar are cousins, and they are both appearing in "Bollywood Homicide."
Super Hero to turn super director?!
Heroes actor Adrian Pasdar, a.k.a. the supersonic flying Nathan Petrelli, has revealed he would love the opportunity to direct his fellow Heroes actors in a future episode of the hit sci-fi show.
In three seasons of "Heroes", Hiro has gone through enough loss, darkness, and terror to dampen even his loveable naïvety. Oka says there’s a balance to be maintained between showing that Hiro has been affected by his experiences while retaining his unique personality. “That is definitely a challenge, because one of the great things about Hiro is his innocence, and that’s what the comedy comes out of a lot of the time – his childlike wonder.
I think his innocence is gone now, but his purity is still there. He still believes in people, he believes in destiny, and he’s just like a pure being, in the sense that he can be influenced by good and evil. He’s like a blank canvas. But he’s learned a lot in terms of going through tragedies and things that have consequences. I mean, he’s a grown-up child still, and he still has that sense of wonderment, but I think he’s a little bit more street-smart.”
NBC announced today its 2009-2010 schedule featuring more original programming than ever before and a shared time-period strategy around NBC’s Olympics platform that, along with “The Jay Leno Show” (Mondays-Fridays 10-11 p.m. ET), allows the network to broadcast all-new content year-round. In addition, NBC issued renewals to “Law & Order” and “Chuck” (see accompanying release) […]
Sylar and Nathan have much in common. They now share a body and mind.
But let's start at the beginning of the Heroes season three finale. We saw everyone on the run. Hiro and Ando managed to free some of the captured heroes and create a diversion. Sylar assumed Nathan's identity and kidnapped Claire. Matt decided to take the Greyhound to New York to help his family.
While Hiro's condition worsens (nosebleeds and an exploding head might be the cause of his own ability according to Mohinder), Sylar thrives as Nathan. After Claire figures him out, he uses her to lure Noah into his game. The baddie takes advantage of the situation to try and flirt with Claire. This wasn't appealing but his promises were deadly. As Nathan, he could get the President's handshake. We know how the world would go down from there. Sylar even managed to add some threats, like killing Mr.Muggles and Claire's brother Lyle (who we actually knew still existed thanks to this season).