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Heroes 4 Seasons 2007

Season 2
4.1 out of 5 stars (464) IMDb 7.7/10

The end was only the beginning. Volume 2 of the Emmy-nominated phenomenon introduces new stories - and new heroes - following the apocalyptic showdown in New York City.

Starring:
Jack Coleman, Greg Grunberg
Original air date:
December 3, 2007

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1. Four Months Later...

As the Emmy-nominated "HEROES" returns, the extraordinary strive to be ordinary four months after the explosive events in New York but deadly threats loom as brand new individuals with abilities emerge worldwide--written by executive producer/creator Tim Kring and directed by executive producer Greg Beeman.

CC TV-14 September 24, 2007 52 minutes
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2. Lizards

As Matt investigates the death of one hero, another is attacked by this new sinister force stalking those with abilities--Niki, Micah and the Haitian return.

CC TV-14 October 1, 2007 44 minutes
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3. Kindred

Both in past and present, several Heroes make shocking discoveries and two familiar people with abilities make an unexpected return.

CC TV-14 October 8, 2007 43 minutes
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4. The Kindness of Strangers

As secrets about the previous generation of heroes are revealed, a new hero emerges in post-Katrina New Orleans.

CC TV-14 October 15, 2007 44 minutes
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5. Fight or Flight

Searching for a lost hero, Elle (guest star Kristen Bell) makes a shocking debut in Ireland.

CC TV-14 October 22, 2007 44 minutes
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6. The Line

At school, West convinces Claire to teach a bullying cheerleader a lesson--West (Nick D?Agosto) convinces Claire (Hayden Panettiere) to teach head cheerleader Debbie (guest star Dianna Agron) a lesson after she deems Claire too ordinary to join the squad.

CC TV-14 October 29, 2007 43 minutes
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7. Out of Time

While several heroes face off against the "Nightmare Man," Peter learns just how deadly the virus can be.

CC TV-14 November 5, 2007 44 minutes
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8. Four Months Ago...

The clock turns back four months as this season's secrets are revealed -- Leonard Roberts (D.L. Hawkins) returns.

CC TV-14 November 12, 2007 42 minutes
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9. Cautionary Tales

When agendas clash, a hero dies, Convinced that the Company is close to finding them, H.R.G. (Jack Coleman) prepares the family to run, but Claire (Hayden Panettiere) has other ideas.

CC TV-14 November 19, 2007 42 minutes
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10. Truth & Consequences

Peter attempts to save the future from the virus, Peter (Milo Ventimiglia) travels to Primatech Paper in Texas with his new friend to destroy the virus, which will kill 93% of the world's population in the future, or so he believes.

CC TV-14 November 26, 2007 42 minutes
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11. Powerless

It's Hero vs. Hero as the series' "Volume II: Generations" comes to an explosive, bloody finish.

CC TV-14 December 3, 2007 43 minutes
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Season One of Heroes was phenomenal; I really got invested into the characters and their wild stories. It was funny, exciting, dark and unique. Season 2 dipped in quality a bit, partly due to the writer's strike, but I still found it entertaining and not as bad as many are making it out to be. Hiro DID spend too much time in Japan but it was wrapped up nicely. I liked the new characters of Monica and Elle. Matt was given more time on-screen (not as much as Hiro or Claire but still quite a bit.) It's a nice set-up for the next season (which sounds like it'll be amazing... if you're disappointed with Season 2 don't stop watching. The creators are really working hard on 3 and even made an apology.) The second half of Season 2 gets even better and that's when the show really takes off.
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The show this season was ruined by the writer's strike, it was slow with all the traveling back into time, still for those who weren't patient to find out out how good the third season will be, too bad for them! Anyway, this second season don't expect it to be as great as season one, but there are good stories and plots, if you missed them, you'll be lost in season three.
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Heroes is a breath of fresh air. It has multiple interwoven story lines that converge spectacularly. And the characters are original, easily likable, and well put together. Normally a superhero show would be goofy or cheesy, but this show is different.
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PLEASE NOTE: Reviews are opinions. The purpose of the reviews are to HELP those who haven't seen the show decide whether or not they want to purchase/read/watch/listen to something. That's what the voting is for NOT if you agree or disagree with the reviewer. If you disagree-write a review. The comments section IS for those who want to disagree.

The second season of "Heroes" stumbled with its story arc involving Hiro traveling back in time to feudal Japan. FYI, that subplot IS tied into the main plot of the second season. The focus here is on the Shanti Virus a concoction that can take away someone's powers but IS often lethal. There is also someone targeting those who were involved in the founding of "The Company". As with "Lost" the introduction of new characters was problematic--fans were more interested in finding out what happened to their favorites from season one. The show recovers somewhat by midset unfortunately the show was interrrupted by the Writer's Guild strike. I have no doubt that the second half of the second season would have made up for the stumbling start of season two based on what we find out in the extras but that didn't happen.

The show looks extremely good in its DVD presentation. The extras are quite good as well which does make up for the diminished quality of the show. We get 11 commentary tracks. I haven't had time to listen to more than one or two of them but they are pretty good. If I'm not mistaken these are the audio versions of the video commentaries that were available on the "Heroes" website.

A couple of the featurettes included here were also on the webiste.
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I do ackowledge that the second season of Heroes was a let-down in some ways. Even the producers have admitted they made the mistake of assuming fans wanted the same slow build as the first year and the plot of Hiro in Japan dragged too long. But it does come together with great bits, none as good as the introduction of Kristen Bell as the wonderfully psychotic Elle. Despite his presence in a poor plot, Sylar is still a great menace to watch and the Adam Monroe character is inspired as well. I do think the writers had planned for the reast of the season to be amped up but the strike curtailed it. Still, this second volume is a good way to enrich the show's history and, while not as great as the first season, is still better thrills, drama and even laughs than most network shows today. Plus, I'm sure the commentaries will touch on the problems it had and deleted scenes might help as well, making it a must have, whatever the price.
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I agree with the more recent reviews of this season. I too was prepared for an awful viewing experience, but after watching the entire Season 2 in 2 days, I was very satisfied! Maybe it was lowered expectations or the fact that I did not set aside time each week to watch the show, but either way I did not feel particularly cheated by this season. It is hard to meet the level of excitement of a first season, but considering the strike and shortened plot line I think Season 2 is well worth watching and owning!
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Shows such as Heroes, Prison Break, Lost are, to a significant degree, reflections of how many of us perceive the world around us during these uncertain and unsettled times:

- larger portions of our lives are influenced or even controlled by high-level entities or organizations who now have the means to implement their agendas
- things are almost never what they seem because hidden forces are at work
- only very few insiders completely understand and control and set the agendas for these all-controlling entities
- we should consider ourselves lucky if we can figure out the who's and the how's that change our world but we may never get to know the why's
- these hidden and mysterious 'powers that be' plot, plan and act globally

Heroes is a near-perfect reflection or expression for our current fears and paranoias and watching it could therapeutically help vindicate and validate them. Heroes reveals that there's a number of humans possessing near-supernatural powers who live secret lives while appearing as normal, ordinary people to the rest of the world. We are 'in the know' now, rigyht? But, wait, these poor gifted souls have no idea where those powers came from and, up until Season One started, they were hardly aware of each other's existence. And this is only the beginning. What we are watching unfold is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma - to borrow someone else's words. Someone or something appears to be working secretly to find all these gifted individuals and 'cure' them of their powers but...
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