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Ca recommence.... et le premier épisode est dans la lignée des autres. On est content de retrouver nos amis mais bon rien de nouveau. Y a un méchant que l'on va découvrir au fil des épisodes. je me demande comment va se passer la partie avec Hiro.


Sur les news et donc sur la vod de tf1.

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J'ai jamais regardé Smallville, mais j'ai trouvé que ça ressemblait beaucoup à l'idée que je m'en fais Plutôt du côté des déçus donc. C'est vraiment soapy, et l'écriture fait bien de la peine (surtout la partie avec Claire, mon dieu) quand on repense à des épisodes vraiment inattendus comme dans la première saison.

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qu'est ce que cela me fait plaisir de lire ces commentaires...enfin la vérité éclate : une série déjà morte.


Les producteurs sont tellement fiers de ne pas tirer sur le filon des cliffhangers, de créer chaque saison un arc se suffisant à lui même, bla bla bla bla,...


Le résultat : la série va disparaître d'ici une saison ou deux.



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c'est fait, Heroes Origin c'est fini !


plus d'infos sur Aint It Cool


Hollywood Reporter

False start for NBC's 'Heroes: Origins'

By Andrew Wallenstein


Nov 1, 2007

Fears of a writers strike may have already contributed to a decision NBC made Wednesday to pull the highly anticipated spinoff miniseries of its hit "Heroes" from a midseason launch.


NBC declined comment, but "Heroes: Origins" is not going to get its six-episode run, which was expected to start as early as late April. While the network hasn't officially canceled the spinoff, producers of the series have been given no indication of when it might get a spot on the schedule.


Sources indicated "Origins" may be just the first of many projects lined up at the broadcast networks in 2008 that will get downgraded as a result of the potential strike, which could severely affect the TV industry. Budget allocations made months ago for a range of scripted programs, many of which will not be feasible without sidelined writers, will likely be reconsidered and potentially shifted to strike-proof material like reality and news programs.


"Origins" had been highly touted as a midseason addition since NBC's upfront in May, when then-entertainment president Kevin Reilly envisioned spelling "Heroes" when it took a late-season hiatus. The network had been promoting "Origins" well in advance of its premiere, noting the enlistment of such top directors as Kevin Smith and Eli Roth to write and direct select episodes.


However, it is also possible that NBC, now under the creative direction of Ben Silverman, may have seen its enthusiasm diminish for an expansion of the "Heroes" franchise given a pronounced ratings drop-off in recent weeks for the flagship series.


It is unclear at what stage "Origins" was in the preproduction process, though it is unlikely scripts had been completed.


In other NBC news, unscripted series "The Singing Bee" has been yanked from the schedule for the upcoming November sweeps period in favor of expanded two-hour installments of "The Biggest Loser."

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Tim Kring s'excuse auprès des fans de Heroes pour le début de saison catastrophique.


On the chilly Monday morning that Hollywood's writers went on strike, Heroes creator Tim Kring called from the streets outside the Hollywood studio where his NBC series is shot. ''Yes, I'm picketing my own show,'' says the 50-year-old writer-producer. ''So surreal.''


But Kring wasn't calling to discuss labor woes — he was calling to explain why Heroes, suffering a creative decline and a 15 percent ratings drop from the same period last year, went from Human Torch hot to Iceman cold. The good news? A turnaround appears to be under way. After weeks of sluggish storytelling, the Nov. 5 episode recaptured some of last season's fanciful energy. We've also seen the next two episodes — and we like them, too. The cliff-hangers are back. Narrative purpose has been discovered. Old favorites like Peter (Milo Ventimiglia) and Horn-Rimmed Glasses (Jack Coleman) take center stage. Even more encouraging: Kring himself is keenly aware that Heroes is broken. Here's his candid critique:


THE PACE IS TOO SLOW ''We assumed the audience wanted season 1 — a buildup of intrigue about these characters and the discovery of their powers. We taught [them] to expect a certain kind of storytelling. They wanted adrenaline. We made a mistake.''


THE WORLD-SAVING STAKES SHOULD HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED SOONER The premonition of nuclear apocalypse created a larger context that unified every story line last season. Kring now sees that Volume 2 (the first 11 episodes of season 2) would have been better served if Peter's vision of viral Armageddon had appeared in the season premiere rather than episode 7. ''We took too long to get to the big-picture story,'' he says.


THE ROOKIES DIDN'T GREET THEMSELVES PROPERLY New Heroes Monica (Dana Davis), Maya (Dania Ramirez), and Alejandro (Shalim Ortiz) ''shouldn't have been introduced in separate story lines that felt unattached to the show. The way we introduced Elle (Kristen Bell) — by weaving her in via Peter's story line — is a more logical way to bring new characters into the show.'' (That said, Kring says a few newbies won't make it beyond this second volume, which wraps Dec. 3.)


HIRO WAS IN JAPAN WAY TOO LONG Hiro's (Masi Oka) time-bending adventure in 17th-century Japan — where he mentored samurai hero Takezo Kensei (David Anders) — finally came to an end on Nov. 5. But Kring says it ''should have [lasted] three episodes. We didn't give the audience enough story to justify the time we allotted it.''


YOUNG LOVE STINKS Kring regrets sticking Claire (Hayden Panettiere) with a super-dud boyfriend and forcing Hiro to moon over a cutesy princess. ''I've seen more convincing romances on TV,'' he admits. ''In retrospect, I don't think romance is a natural fit for us.''


Yet while Heroes has finally found some dramatic traction, this second volume is pretty much a wash. The Dec. 3 episode has been retooled to function as a potential season finale — a move inspired by the writers' strike and a desire to give the show ''a clean slate'' when it goes back into production for Volume 3. At that point, Kring wants to craft a rebooted Heroes that can attract new fans and win back those who've tuned out: ''The message is that we've heard the complaints — and we're doing something about it.''

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Je trouve que le pire cotoient le moyen.

C'est fou de voir comment la qualité d'écriture et de mise en scène diffère selon les épisodes...


Les meilleurs épisodes étant quand même ceux où l'histoire se concentre sur quelques personnages. Dès que ça raconte l'histoire des 20 personnages en même temps, ça deviens franchement relou, surtout que la moitié ne servent à rien (purée la blonde elle me saoûle, l'histoire de l'asiat' au japon est pénible à souhait, ne parlons pas des Sud américains qui vont de la voiture depuis 10 épisodes).


En fait, je me demande vraiment pourquoi je regarde

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