I’ve Lost my Heroes

May 19, 2010 at 10:50 pm Leave a comment

I’ve spent four seasons watching Heroes, waiting to see what will happen. How did they become? Will Cylar turn good? Will they tell the world about their abilities? And even though last season kinda sucked, I still stood by them and watched. Hoping that I would get the answer to some of my questions.

So what was announced this week? NBC is canceling my Heroes! What! I’m not completely shocked, their ratings have been on a steady decline since their second season, after they saved the cheerleader. However, they did have the same ratings as their Monday night lead-in “Chuck”

So what happened? Did people just grow tired of the story? As Heroes steadily decreased, Chuck was increasing in ratings and online views. Did the Good vs Evil story line get over played, while not concentrating on the characters abilities? Did The Company completely confuse everyone?

There are talks that there may be a mini-series or movie made to finish out the Heroes storyline. I really hope that happens, because I felt there were a lot of unanswered questions.


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I've always enjoyed television. Some of my nights are planned out according to what is coming on TV that night. I know I'm not the only one. And with so many shows on television, I decided to write reviews on some of them, as well as talk about some of the shows I miss.

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