Heroes Season Finale, Season Four Spoilers

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There appears to be a whole lot ahead on Heroes.

Cast and crew members spoke to E! News about the rest of season three and the beginning of season four. Here are excerpts from the feature:

Nathan vs. Sylar: "You will see a face-off. You can feel the two lines converging toward each other, very much, in the next episode. There's still Building 26 and Danko to deal with, and those bad guys to put down, and then the whole stopping of Sylar's nefarious plan. All of our characters are involved. The season finale is the best episode we've done in a really, really long time," said creator Tim Kring.

Dangerous Games

Evil Parkman? "The last two episodes are absolutely huge. My character is asked to do something, and does something, that is incredibly dark and results in the demise of another character. It's not expected. It's pretty sick. Torture is involved. It's someone we all know. It felt great to tap into my dark side," said Greg Grunberg.

More on The Company: Expect more background information on The Company next season. Said Kring:

"We didn't plan on it until we saw how good '1961' came out. We all fell in love with those actors who were playing the younger versions of them. We are devising season four to go back to that timeframe, since lots of interesting things happened at the beginning of the formation of the Company. I found it a really effective way to dig into the mythology of the show."

A lighter season four: "Fugitives was such a dark chapter in the history of Heroes, so we look at Redemption as a unifying theme for next season. We're going to see redemption for all of the characters in one respect or another. Our goal going into season four is taking every character and making that character's story evolve into an entire series. We just want the smorgasbord of Heroes to be as satisfying for everybody," said writer Bryan Fuller.

A better Hiro to come: "The Hiro story for season four is the best story we've ever come up with for Hiro. It's so emotional and exciting and adventurous," said Fuller.

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OK .. i am loving everyone's thoughts here and i love the fact that they have said hiro will be a big part but i surely hope it isn't his death.
he does need to become the hero we saw on the subway. if maybe not so dark but dark enough to be that.
what concerns me is the fact that they left this huge hole that would have fixed his head problems. not to take away from the toys the writers get to play with but a shot of claires blood would have fixed hiro right up. healed his head. i think the prob was the baby turned on only part of him so his body couldnt' shift right. also .. with the nathan thing .. doing anything with sylar is playing with fire. in season two they brought HRG ( bennet ) back with claire's blood from a bullet in the eye .. why not shoot up nathans body we know it can reanimate dead cells and regen new ones. sorry i just saw the easy fix .. lol but common sense dont' seem to make good show entertainment i guess.


I feel like Nathan is Kenny from South Park. DAMMIT!! Stop killing him. I love this show and love the characters. Thanks to the cast and crew for working so hard to put together top notch entertainment that you can really connect with.... but DAMMIT stop killing Nathan. The brothers are my favs..... and Parkman...and Claire and then there's Bennett. You get the point. I love them all.


I'd like to see Peter's origional power come back =P


Danko is surely gone, so no involvement in the final episode. The death of a killer probably refers to Sylar's actual murderous personality.
In both futures he is not the killer he currently is. The person to die will probably be Ando causing Hiro to become the badass we have seen him become. If Peter manages get back his previous mimic ability it may be with the help of Claude. He is showing up in a lot of posts so he may have some involvment. He may have his ability back but there could be psychological factor there stopping him using his power properly. It wouldnt be the first time it has happened to one of the Heroes. Evil Parkman may just refer to the no-nonsense Matt we saw in Trust and Blood. Hiro and Ando get cornered, Hiro cannot freeze time. They are shot at, Ando dies. Matt forces them to shoot each other and Hiro begins his tranformation. Apologies for the ridiculously long comment. Had a lot of theories.


Just because it's a big storyline for Hiro doesn't mean he won't be dead. I'm thinking Parkman kills Hiro (hence Hiro's head problem last night), and the next season will have a lot to do with his death.


I have a feeling that Claude is coming back into play. He is too powerful to keep out of the series any longer. Remember, he is the person who helped Peter grasp the full use of his powers. He could quite possibly be the one to help him out again. Monica is also extremly powerful, dispite her lack of experience. She needs to join the good guys soon. Does Barbara, the 3rd of the Nikki/Tracy madness, come into play now? Or does she make an entrance in the next season?


What's with the "Go East" thing?


Hey Heroes cast hey hayden and Zachary
Go east


Go East


Go East

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Heroes Quotes

Sylar: You're like me.
Peter: I will never let myself become you.
Sylar: You already are, brother.

[after teleporting to NYC] Yatta! Hello New York!

Hiro Nakamura

Heroes Music

  Song Artist
Song Road to Joy Bright Eyes
Song Mustang Sally Wilson Pickett
Song I Want It That Way Backstreet Boys