Combining comic book style and geeky in-jokes, HEROES is a stellar series that draws comparisons to fan favourites such as LOST and THE X-FILES. But thanks to its well-drawn characters and intricate plot, this drama reels in more than just superhero fans. HEROES revolves around the premise of seemingly ordinary people developing fantastic powers. There's Claire (Hayden Panettiere, ICE PRINCESS), a cheerleader who can't appear to be injured or killed. Matt (Greg Grunberg, ALIAS) is a cop who can read minds. New Yorker Peter (Milo Ventimiglia, ROCKY BALBOA) has the power to adopt other heroes' abilities, while his politician brother (Adrian Pasdar, JUDGING AMY) has a special power of his own. Though the show boasts many other characters, its secret weapon is Hiro (Masi Oka), a Japanese office worker who is delighted to discover he can move through space and time. Set four months after the end of series one, the second series of HEROES thrillingly builds on the previous events, introducing a variety of new characters including Honduran twins Maya (Dania Ramirez, THE SOPRANOS) and Alejandro (Shalim Ortez), the devious and lethal Elle (Kirsten Bell, FORGETTING SARAH MARSHALL), and Hiro's idol, Takezo Kensei (David Anders, ALIAS).
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