Like we didn't see this coming. Thanks to the booming success of Heroes, NBC figured that, since the cast did a hell of a job saving the cheerleader, they might as well have a little bit longer to save the world. As in a season longer to be safe. Along with My Name Is Earl, The Office and Law & Order SVU, Heroes has been given an early renewal.
"These four series represent some of the best of what we consider to be the 'NBC brand' of quality shows," Reilly says. "It's a pleasure to give them an early renewal to develop more stories for next year, since we know they will remain both critical and commercial successes for a long time to come."
He then should have followed this with, "ka-ching, ka-ching!"
Heroes Preview Clip
Now that we know Heroes is here to stay, might as well focus out a little bit and see what NBC next has in store for us with the return of the series on January 22nd; this Monday people! We already posted an episode preview with links to both the full episodes (now available online) and official previews for what's to come, but AccessHollywood is serving up something different.
Now this is a preview, but some of you may find it spoilerific; so be warned. What do we learn? The Haitian speaks more than just a few words! OK, OK, it is more than that.
AccessHollywood is serving up some extended clips from what looks to be the season's first episode back. Guess what folks, it looks like Nathan Petrelli is starting to believe.
Heroes airs at 9PM on Monday nights on NBC. New episodes starting