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Video Preview For Heroes Season Four, Volume Five: "Redemption"

First Look: Heroes Season Four

Will "Redemption," the new volume of Heroes premiering this Fall, mean redemption for the show itself? The show premiered to huge ratings, buzz, and Emmy recognition back in 2006, but the past few seasons have seen viewers dropping out and critical praise diminishing.

But now, the show seems to be entering a dramatic new phase, punctuated by the introduction of a roving, sinister carnival that recruits people with powers for nefarious purposes. (Robert Knepper, who plays carnival ringleader Samuel, was just promoted to series regular, so this story looks like it'll stick around for a while.) We see clips of that in the trailer below, which has scenes from the season premiere and a few episodes to follow.

What else? Well, there's Claire off at college with a new roommate/possible love interest (apparently this version of the trailer cuts out a kiss that the audience at Comic-Con got to see). We see Hiro — and young Hiro — at the carnival. And a few heroes appear to die, but who knows if they're dead for good? Also, various characters say "redemption" a whole lot, just to remind us what it's all about.

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Does this trailer look like it could launch the show's comeback? To check it out,

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Photo courtesy of NBC

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Brendelwoman Brendelwoman 8 years
Giving up on this show.
msmoney23 msmoney23 8 years
I think I may officially wash my hands of Heroes. I'm done.
NadiaPotter NadiaPotter 8 years
I will still watch heroes! WUUU HEROES!!!
fakeplanettelex fakeplanettelex 8 years
hmm. heroes has turned into a bad car accident - i just can't help but watching it. my faith was restored after bryan fuller's return, but he left AGAIN - just when the show started picking up.... so i don't know. i really really loved this show too. i'm just hoping it will get back on it's path.
Phil Phil 8 years
Wasn't Heroes a recurring joke at this year's Comic-Con? And isn't Brian Fuller no longer working with the show? I do like that Robert Knepper's talents are employed, but I think it's a shame that it's on yet another mediocre show that wasn't able to stay interesting after its first season.
mallorycurtis mallorycurtis 8 years
the whole "carnival" thing seems a bit cheesy and forced to me, but i'll still watch it just to see if it can get any of its old luster back. it was getting better toward the end of last season, so hopefully it can stay on that path. and new villains are always fun.
sidra5397 sidra5397 8 years
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