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Heroes 4 Seasons 2007

Season 1
4.3 out of 5 stars (193) IMDb 8.4/10

A genetics professor. A hospice nurse. A single mom. A street cop. A small town cheerleader. A tormented artist. A computer geek. From places as divergent as Tokyo, India, New York City, and Odessa, Texas-they appear to be ordinary people. But they're beginning to find out they're not like everyone else.

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1. Genesis

The epic series chronicles the lives of ordinary people who discover they possess extraordinary abilities. As a total eclipse casts it shadow across the globe, viewers follow a genetics professor in India whose father's disappearance leads him to uncover a secret theory-there are people with super powers living among us. A young dreamer tries to convince his politician brother that he can fly.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 1 January 2006
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2. Don't Look Back

Greg Grunberg joins the cast as Matt Parkman, a policeman who can hear other people's thoughts. Outside a bizarre, gruesome crime scene, Los Angeles beat cop Matt Parkman is the only one who can hear the cries of a missing little girl. Claire almost reveals her secret ability to the entire school after learning that her injury attempt tape has disappeared.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 1 January 2006
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3. One Giant Leap

As the "Heroes" continue to test their newfound extraordinary abilities, Claire (Hayden Panettiere) tries to maintain a normal social life when a romance with the football quarterback takes a tragic turn.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 1 January 2006
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4. Collision

Suresh finally tracks down one of his father's fabled genetically advanced "supermen." In Las Vegas, Hiro's plan backfires when he cautiously turns time to his advantage at the gambling tables. Niki's mafia debtors use their leverage to their benefit in a more elaborate scheme, while Nathan pays a personal visit to a wealthy Vegas contributor to raise additional campaign funds.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 1 January 2006
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5. Hiros

Confused after losing track of another block of time, Niki finds the police on her doorstep searching for her fugitive husband D.L. Hawkins. Claire confesses to her father. Hiro and his friend get jumped by some Vegas high rollers. Peter receives a life-changing message from an unlikely source. Meanwhile, Matt secretly uses his mind-reading ability to anticipate his wife's needs.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 1 January 2006
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6. Better Halves

Hiro (Masi Oka) and his buddy embark on their heroic journey to New York, when they are stopped by a Vegas high roller who offers them a deal they can't refuse. As H.R.G (guest star Jack Coleman) sets up a meeting for his daughter Claire (Hayden Panettiere) with her biological parents, she hopes that questions about her newfound indestructibility can be answered.

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7. Nothing to Hide

Facing a crisis involving her son Micah, a distraught Niki reveals her recent personal struggles to a friend. Pushing aside his own issues at home, Matt assists Audrey's investigation into another bizarre murder, but their pursuit of mysterious serial killer Sylar takes an unexpected turn. After failing to act like a "superhero" when faced with danger, Hiro questions his heroism.

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8. Seven Minutes to Midnight

Back in India to mourn the passing of his father, Suresh encounters mysterious dreams of the past that force him to question what path to take next. Continuing their journey to New York, Hiro and Ando stop at a diner and meet someone interesting. In crisis, Niki comes to a personal understanding.

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9. Homecoming

As H.R.G. tries to protect his daughter by any means, Claire's high school Homecoming celebration turns into a frightening night for many. Nathan and Simone work together to find Isaac's painting for Peter, but this key to the future could lead to tragedy. Meanwhile, Hiro travels back in time to right an upsetting wrong. As Niki puts a goal in sight, Micah spends time with his dad.

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10. Six Months Ago

As the clock turns back six months for all of the "Heroes," Mohinder's father Chandra Suresh arrives in New York to begin his quest to find individuals with extraordinary abilities, and meets someone all too eager to be special. Peter celebrates his graduation from nursing school, and learns that Nathan plans to prosecute a case that could mean trouble for the entire Petrelli family.

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11. Fallout

The tragic events in Texas have sad, serious repercussions for many of the "heroes," their families and friends. Meanwhile, shocking details about the moments leading up to Isaac's predicted New York City nuclear bombing are revealed. Later, Isaac's newest painting has fascinating future implications for a hero in crisis. Suresh takes the first steps along his new path. Matt and F.B.I.

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12. Godsend

Picking up two weeks after recent events, Nathan's determination to save a comatose Peter forces him to turn to Simone for help. Isaac's puzzling "Hiro vs. T-Rex" painting inspires Hiro and Ando to search for the pictured samurai sword. Jessica struggles against Niki's decision to turn herself in to police. With his associate Eden dead and Matt on his heels, H.R.G.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 22 January 2007
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13. The Fix

Chased by unknown assailants, Hiro's search for the sword takes a turn when his father appears. A cleaned up Isaac dedicates himself to stopping New York's destruction -- and Peter. Claude, an invisible man with a mysterious past, might have something to teach a would-be hero. D.L. struggles with new family responsibilities as Matt opens up to his wife Janice. H.R.G.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 29 January 2007
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14. Distractions

Hiro (Golden Globe nominee Masi Oka) struggles to make his father (guest star George Takei), a corporate tycoon, and ambitious sister (guest star Saemi Nakamura) understand his new heroic path in life. Niki (Ali Larter) has a chance to be with D.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 5 February 2007
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15. Run!

While the scandalous truth about Claire's real father is revealed, her adoptive mother (guest star Ashley Crow) faces a crisis. Matt takes a job as a bodyguard for a crooked attorney (guest star Kevin Chamberlin), which puts him in the crosshairs of Linderman's new assassin.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 12 February 2007
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16. Unexpected

Peter (Milo Ventimiglia) painfully learns that someone close may have betrayed him and Claude (guest star Christopher Eccleston). Matt's (Greg Grunberg) world spirals out of control when radioactive man Ted Sprague (guest star Matthew John Armstrong) and Hana Gitelman (guest star Stana Katic), a fierce young woman with "wireless" mental abilities, drop into his life.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 19 February 2007
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17. Company Man

H.R.G.'s past catches up to him as Matt and Ted Sprague (guest star Matthew John Armstrong), come to Texas looking for answers, and take him, his wife, son and Claire hostage -- leading to a tragic, explosive showdown. Secrets are revealed and new threats to the "heroes" are introduced.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 26 February 2007
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18. Parasite

With the election and NYC's destruction looming, Nathan has a disturbing face-to-face meeting with the shadowy Linderman. Hiro's attempt to steal the sword steers him into a grim new direction. Suresh makes a breakthrough on "the list" at great cost. D.L. begins to suspect all is not well at home. Isaac paints his most terrible painting yet. New "hero" Candice Wilmer makes an illusive debut.

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19. 0.07%

After "helping" Suresh search for more people with special abilities, Sylar's rampage continues with two "heroes" being confronted by the stronger-powered serial killer. Nathan must factor what he's learned from Linderman into difficult decisions that will shape the future, for him, his family, New York City and the world.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 23 April 2007
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20. Five Years Gone

Thrown five years in the future, Hiro (Golden Globe nominee Masi Oka) and Ando (James Kyson Lee) discover that people with extraordinary abilities are not only widely known about -- after the destruction of New York City and the deaths of millions -- but are being registered, imprisoned, hunted and even killed as "terrorists.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 30 April 2007
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21. The Hard Part

Now knowing what's at stake if they fail in their mission, Hiro and Ando's determination to save the world is put to the test. Committed to the path, Nathan takes some surprising steps to guarantee his election. Jessica and D.L. begin to learn how their family fits into Linderman's plans. Thompson brings someone new into his company's fold.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 7 May 2007
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22. Landslide

Poised to become a member of Congress and maybe more, Nathan considers the cost to those he loves, along with his mother's advice and Linderman's prophecy. As he prepares to face Sylar to the death, Hiro learns of his lineage from his father. While various "heroes" fatefully arrive in New York City, Peter and Claire attempt to leave the city before the foretold explosion. H.R.G.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 14 May 2007
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23. How to Stop an Exploding Man

With Isaac's horrible predictions all unfolding before them, the everyday people with extraordinary abilities face moments of pain and peril in Kirby Plaza with unflinching heroism, as "Heroes" first volume comes to a close-and the next surprisingly begins.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 21 May 2007
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Heroes is my new favorite tv-series. I've been following it with great enthusiasm this last year. I'm planning to buy this set, and I wouldn't pay 40 pounds for just any single season dvd-box.

You follow the stories of several people, most of which have discovered they possess extraordinary abilities. After one or two introductory episodes, several of them individually find out that New York is facing a big crisis. Eventually they all meet up and try to stop it. To complicate matters, there is a serial killer that hunts down super-powered people and a mysterious organization that seems to be deeply connected with everything.

There is so much going on, you have to watch the show twice to catch it all. And yet, everything fits together perfectly. You will notice subtle hints from the first episode playing out 10 episodes later. Unanswered questions all over the place that are answered as the show progresses. The story is impeccably written, and the characters are very believable. Add super-powers to the mix, and you know why I am paying this kind of money for these DVD's.

I can't wait to see season 2.
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By Matt TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 13 Jun. 2007
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I remember seeing the first episode of Lost a couple of years ago, and getting hooked within the first ten minutes. The mystery, suspense, shocking plot twists and nail-biting cliffhangers at the end of virtually every episode made the show compulsively addictive. Tim Kring, the man behind 'Heroes', actually consulted the 'Lost' team about maintaining tension and mystery in plotlines - and boy, has it paid off. 'Heroes' is at least as good as any other show on TV right now, and it is SERIOUSLY addictive. For once, all the hype is entirely justified.

Like 'Lost', 'Heroes' blends strong characters and emotive drama with action, suspense and horror (it's surprisingly violent for a mainstream US drama). The writing is always sharp and the virtually unknown cast is uniformly excellent, with Masi Oka (who plays the loveable Hiro, the show's comic relief) and Hayden Panettiere (who plays seemingly indestructable cheerleader Claire) particularly impressive in my opinion. There are plot twists so huge and surprising that it can take a while to absorb them, and plenty of ongoing intrigue - however, 'Heroes' is a bit more generous to its audience than 'Lost', providing explanations and setting up new mysteries on a regular basis, so you never feel like you're just being strung along. Also, the majority of episodes end with cliffhangers so huge that they would be season finales on other shows. And just wait until you see the ACTUAL finale...

Another reviwer has commented on a perceived mid-season lull, but I have to say I didn't notice one. There were a few episodes around the halfway point which centred on slightly less momentous events than the rest of the series, but really I felt like I needed a breather at the time, and even then the show was never less than absorbing.
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By Friarofdoom TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 18 Sept. 2007
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It's as if the 4400 never happened, humans with special powers, an evil menace needing to be stopped, angsty teenagers struggling to get a grip on whats happening. Yet Heroes is not just some ripoff. It has a completely different style, with shifts in mood from the humour of the 2 Japanese friends chasing 'destiny', to the surprisingly dark where a mother and her son are chased by a viscious gang while her alter ego begins to exert it's power, a seemingly normal cheerleader is invincible and finds her life unravelling piece by piece. The real horror comes with a killer who can't be stopped and a seemingly unimportant character becoming evil.
The style lurches from manga style scenes to dark & brooding through to bleached desert scenes and then we are launched sections that look like adverts with swooping overhead photography, quickly cut images & moody lighting. Heroes makes no bones of it's attempt to keep the interest of it's younger audience and although it's easy to see why some reviewers feel it may be a little disjointed the fact is that no episode goes by without surprise and although there are quite a few characters they all have something to contribute and all move the story forward.
This is not for the sqeamish or for those hoping for the deep & meaningful. However if you enjoy fast paced & action packed with a twisting plotline then this is going to do it for you. It is well acted for the most part, well plotted,(if a little convoluted), plenty of twists and a budget to match the writers imagination,(no cheapo effects here),.
The sound is a very good 5.1 mix and the picture is crystal clear, even the many scenes in the dark are never murky.
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Only once a decade does a decent show come around and define the quality of entertainment for that generation. The 70's had Blake's 7. The 80's had Knight Rider. The 90's had Buffy The Vampire Slayer.

The 2000's have a few serious contenders: Smallville, 24, Battlestar Galactica, Supernatural, Alias, Lost.....

And now we have Heroes.

As with any TV series, Heroes takes a little time to find it's feet - but needless to say that the story is as good as anything out there at the moment.

Mr Fenton's criticism of the acting is unjustifiable. Had he bothered to watch the series past the initial episodes (which are ALWAYS dodgy no matter what series you watch - Buffy, X-Files, Charmed, etc) he would have seen the character dynamics expand and see the individual personalities start to form.

Of course, it remains to be seen whether Heroes will continue to keep up the quality of it has shown so far or whether it will jump the shark like X-Files and Lost did, but it has the potential to be the greatest fantasy series in history.

Don't be put off trying this series because someone tells you that he didn't like it. Those people probably still pine for re-runs of Gilligan's Island.

Accept that TV is changing, and find out for yourself if you like this.

And Mr Fenton....broaden your mind, please.
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