Heroes (2006–2010)
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Chapter Eighteen 'Brave New World' 

Samuel's ultimate plan spells disaster for thousands.


Adam Kane


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Coleman ... Noah Bennet
Greg Grunberg ... Matt Parkman
Robert Knepper ... Samuel Sullivan
Ali Larter ... Tracy Strauss
James Kyson ... Ando Masahashi (as James Kyson Lee)
Masi Oka ... Hiro Nakamura
Hayden Panettiere ... Claire Bennet
Zachary Quinto ... Sylar
Milo Ventimiglia ... Peter Petrelli
Deanne Bray ... Emma Coolidge
David H. Lawrence XVII ... Eric Doyle
Ray Park ... Edgar
Elisabeth Röhm ... Lauren Gilmore (as Elisabeth Rohm)
Todd Stashwick ... Eli
Adam Lazarre-White ... Ian Michaels


Samuel's ultimate plan spells disaster for thousands.

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Upcoming series Heroes: Reborn will continiue the story line. See more »


Hiro has just had major brain surgery but shows no external sign of it. His head is not bandaged and his hair is not shaved. See more »


Noah Bennet: It doesn't matter what I believe anymore. Because the whole world is about to find out about you. We can thank Samuel for that.
Claire Bennet: Maybe it won't be so bad. Maybe the world is more ready than you think it is. Things change.
Noah Bennet: Sure. There might be curiosity for a while, but all it takes is one Sylar, and then the pitchforks come out and all hell breaks loose. I've seen it. They will turn on you, Claire. It's human nature. You're right. Things change. But people don't.
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References The Dudley Do-Right Show (1969) See more »


Heroes Theme
Written and performed by Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman
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Too Much Meandering, but Watchable
24 November 2010 | by judge-gideonSee 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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