Heroes Creator: ‘Sorry This Series Is A Flop’

The creator of hit TV show HEROES has issued a humbled apology to U.S. fans for
a disappointing start to the second series.

The superhero show, starring Hayden Panettiere and Masi Oka, was the
top-rated new drama in the U.S. last year (06).

But audience figures have taken a dip – with one recent episode placed 30th
in the overall ratings.

And creator Tim Kring admits his choice of storylines were a mistake.

He tells magazine Entertainment Weekly, “We assumed the audience wanted
season one – a build up of intrigue about these characters and the discovery of
their powers. They wanted adrenaline.

“We made a mistake – we took too long to get to the big-picture story.”

Referring to the recent romantic plotlines, he adds, “In retrospect, I don’t
think romance is a natural fit for us.”



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  1. LauzG wrote: Heroes went through it’s sophmore slump (isnt that what they call the second season which doesn’t fair so well) – it’s good that he recognises that formula isn’t working and changed it.
    I like the addition of Elle and Adam but thats about it for the new characters.

  2. *Twinkle* wrote: I think that’s the first time I’ve heard anyone apologizing for a show flopping. Lol.. It’s good that he knows where the problem lies though.

  3. xtremequeen wrote: I don’t think that S2 has been bad. Just a little overcrowded with all the new additions. It’s getting better & better as the season goes along.

  4. Alexa wrote: Well I have to admit that the beginning of the season was a bit of a slump, but its picking up and its been better since, I really do think the show is great and will become better