NBC is doing it right by posting the entire panel to its events online.Â Good news for fans of Knight Rider, good news for people who missed the event, good news for lazy bloggers who really don’t want to write about the event.
Instead of having to write a complete wrap up of a panel I don’t particularly care for, NBC has done me a favor by posting the entire Kings panel for everyone to see.
This trailer reveals more about what is happening in the third season of NBC’s Heroes.Â Welcome to Level 5 indeed…
Seems the three day weekend, did nothing for “breaking news”, instead there is a plethora of video clips and what-not hitting the interwebs today.
I really hope the third season of Heroes is better than season two.Â I’m still not convinced adding more characters to the storyline is going to make the show better, but the story turn this season seems to be interesting.Â I wonder if Kring will bring forth giant robots to hunt down the mutants at season’s end.
Hayden Panettiere’s got black hair and packing heat – guess Chapter Three of Heroes is going to focus on heroes as villains.
This NBC promo is all over the Interwebs today, and I figured I better share it with you here, before you see it somewhere else first.
Sounds like NBC is ripping the theme of Villains from DC’s Villains Win theme taking place over the next year.
But, I’m a sucker for this series, and as long a my TiVo continues to capture the show on time and in HD, I’ll sit down once a month for my Heroes marathon.
Earlier this week Major Spoilers mentioned “the Flash” was coming to NBC’s Heroes, now word from TV Guide is the Scarecrow (a.k.a. Bruce Boxleitner of Scarecrow and Ms. King fame) will be joining the show in a super secret recurring role.
The article says the role was originally going to be modeled after Sen. John McCain, but those plans have been scrapped. Could Boxleitner’s character be a high profile politician dead set on eliminating the “mutant” threat?
Okay, so TV Guide isn’t calling her the Flash, but the site is claiming Brea Grant (last seen on Friday Night Lights) will be speeding her way to the third season of Heroes as “The Speedster”.
I doubt that will be the name used on the show (the part has her listed as Joy), but as the heroes move toward an organized group, having a speedster on the team is a smart move. Plus for the slobbering fan boys, she is a girl.
Chuck and Heroes fans will be happy to know both shows are returning next season to NBC. Both shows will air Monday nights at 8:00EST and 9:00EST respectively.
While we’re waiting for the fall season, here are some hotties from both shows (after the jump of course). More After the Jump
Here’s a sneak peek of yet another Star Trek actor making an appearance on Monday night’s Heroes on NBC.
It may be too late to post, but figured I might as well go for it.