Heroes Season 3 has come and gone with last night’s “An Invisible Thread”, which means it’s time to look forward to what lays ahead in Heroes Season 4, starting with the volume “Redemption”. First of all, to get it out of the way (and to lessen the emails I’m still getting), Yes, I am aware that Heroes Season 4 will have fewer episodes (18-20 was the last word), because we reported on it LAST MONTH. Now, let’s move on to what we can expect in Season 4, as well as other cast/crew news.
Quickly, some bad news to report, as Heroes has fired another producer/writer/director in Greg Beeman, who made the announcement on his blog that he will not be around for Heroes Season 4.
Dearest readers, this is a sad moment for me, as it will be, not only my final blog for Season 3, but also my final blog for HEROES.
You see, I will not be returning to HEROES for Season 4. Ultimately this was a financially motivated decision made by NBC. They no longer want to have a Producer/Director position on the show. But it coincides well with my own innate wanderlust, and so, while sad to leave so many friends and comrades, I am excited for the future.
Beeman adds that this doesn’t mean he’s shutting down his blog, but it will just be less Heroes-centric from now on.
The usually spoilerific Watch With Kristin didn’t have a whole lot to say about what to expect in Heroes Season 4, except that the new version of The Company will now protect and help normal people and those with abilities. I.e. They won’t be nearly as evil, and may even be benevolent. The rest of the article is pretty much a recap of last night’s episode.
Here’s the Season 4 “Redemption” clip at the end of last night’s “An Invisible Thread” in case you missed it: