With this premise, the viewer is introduced to the heroes: a cheerleader who cannot be injured, a Japanese man who can stop time, two New York men who can fly, a police officer who can read minds, a single mother whose two personalities exist as separate beings, and an artist who can paint the future. Then there’s the Texas businessman who wants to find the heroes for his own reasons. Something is pulling them together, forcing them to find and help each other. Every episode promises new surprises and the endings leave the viewer wanting more.
If there is only one show that you make a part of your weekly TV viewing, be sure that it is “Heroes” and you will not be disappointed.
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