Heroes: Season 4, Episode 19

Chapter Eighteen 'Brave New World' (II) (8 Feb. 2010)

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Samuel's ultimate plan spells disaster for thousands - Ray Park, Deanne Bray and Elisabeth Rohm Guest Star.

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Claire Bennet: My name is Claire Bennet, and this is attempt number... I guess I've kind of lost count.
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Too Much Meandering, but Watchable
24 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I found Heroes watchable. This means I wouldn't cringe at every turn from bad acting/writing/directing. It was a refreshing change.

The problem with Heroes was that the plot never fully developed. Each season finale seemed like a bid for a new season rather than an important storyline.

When I heard the announcement that Heroes was canceled, it didn't surprise me. I lost interest during the first season, but still purchased the DVD sets.

It seems as though the writers exhausted their ideas in season 1. Each subsequent season was recycling elements of the last.

How many ways can you tell the story of humans discovering they have amazing powers? Viewers lose interest if it's the same stuff over and over.

I like the idea of Heroes, but it could have been produced/directed much better.


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