Heroes

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Heroes, an epic drama that chronicles the lives of ordinary people: a genetics professor, a hospice nurse, a single mom, a street cop, a small town cheerleader, a tormented artist, a computer geek-coming to grips with newly found remarkable powers.
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Santiago CabreraTawny CypressNoah Gray-Cabey
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  1. 1. Genesis
    August 31, 2006
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  2. 2. Don't Look Back
    October 1, 2006
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  3. 3. One Giant Leap
    October 8, 2006
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  4. 4. Collision
    October 15, 2006
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    The world becomes a bit smaller for a handful of ordinary men and women with uncanny abilities.
  5. 5. Hiros
    October 22, 2006
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  6. 6. Better Halves
    October 29, 2006
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  7. 7. Nothing to Hide
    November 5, 2006
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  8. 8. Seven Minutes to Midnight
    November 12, 2006
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  9. 9. Homecoming
    November 19, 2006
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  10. 10. Six Months Ago
    November 26, 2006
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    The clock turns back six months as "Heroes" secrets are revealed.
  11. 11. Fallout
    December 3, 2006
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  12. 12. Godsend
    January 21, 2007
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  13. 13. The Fix
    January 28, 2007
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  14. 14. Distractions
    February 4, 2007
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  15. 15. Run!
    February 11, 2007
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    Run!
  16. 16. Unexpected
    February 18, 2007
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    Unexpected
  17. 17. Company Man
    February 25, 2007
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  18. 18. Parasite
    March 4, 2007
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  19. 19. 0.07%
    April 22, 2007
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  20. 20. Five Years Gone
    April 29, 2007
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  21. 21. The Hard Part
    May 6, 2007
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    The Hard Part
  22. 22. Landslide
    May 13, 2007
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  23. 23. How to Stop an Exploding Man
    May 20, 2007
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    How to Stop an Exploding Man

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Directors
Greg BeemanAllan ArkushJeannot SzwarcAdam KaneGreg YaitanesPaul A. EdwardsRoxann DawsonJim ChoryJohn BadhamPaul Shapiro
Supporting actors
Greg GrunbergAli LarterMasi OkaSendhil RamamurthyMilo Ventimiglia
Season year
2007
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NBC
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H. BalaReviewed in the United States on December 29, 2007
5.0 out of 5 stars
Save the cheerleader, save NBC.
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A sensitive hospice nurse living in the shadow of his politician brother. An office drone dreaming of becoming a hero. A teenaged cheerleader just trying to fit in. An Internet stripper struggling to raise her gifted son. An L.A. cop whose marriage is collapsing. And an artist strung out on heroin. All characters whose lives have just become extraordinary.

NBC's HEROES engages in vicarious wish fulfillment and explores the fascinating nature of super powers and what it would be like to be gifted with amazing abilities. No surprise then that HEROES, premiering on September 25, 2006, quickly became one of the hottest new shows of 2006. While this show's big hook hinges on the superhero theme, HEROES doesn't come all heavy with the gaudy special effects. There are no costumes, no superhero code names (unless you count "Flying Man!" as a code name). Instead, HEROES focuses on down-to-earth storylines which ground the cast and the fantasy elements. The everyday settings and situations keep it all relatable. To pique interest, the episodes do end on a cliffhanger, and, on occasion, the show actually doles out answers to several of the ongoing mysteries.

This is a humongous cast, and each actor steps up. Plenty of compelling characters here, but the breakouts seem to be: Hiro Nakamura, the sweetly nerdy and infectiously enthusiastic Japanese office drone, played by the cherubic Masi Oka; Claire Bennet (Hayden Panettiere), the invincible high school cheerleader; and the sexy, tortured Niki Sanders (Ali Larter, oh so sensuous). But also effective are Adrian Pasdar as the unflappable and coldly ambitious Nathan Petrelli and James Kyson Lee as Ando, Hiro's sidekick. One of the best things about the show is Lee and Oka's fun chemistry. As well, in Lee, the show provides us with a rootable point-of-view character. With the core roster being so large and varied, there are multiple story threads. But, man, do you get hooked with each one! The overriding story arc, involving an impending apocalypse in New York, manages to tie in all these subplots.

Every show like this needs a good villain, and we are introduced to several candidates. Zachary Quinto (who does look like Spock) is the very scary boogeyman Sylar, a superpowered serial killer who hunts other gifted individuals and murders them to steal their talents. There's the mysterious Mr. Linderman, who seems to have his finger in every pie. My favorite bad guy, though, may be H.R.G. (Horn-Rimmed Glasses, aka Claire's dad), who, as the season progresses, develops into a fascinating, multi-layered character.

So many things to like about HEROES. There's the obvious stuff, with the fan boy's dream of a premise. Then the well-rounded characters with whom you empathize, and their incredible powers. The writing, dabbling in the fantastic but rooted in reality, consistently sucks you in. Each episode forms a chapter in one encompassing narrative (so you can't really afford to miss one). The show drips with human drama, edge-of-your-couch suspense, stupendous action (when it crops up), and an overhanging sense of dread, of Armageddon being only one misstep away. It certainly engages in moral dilemmas, or, put another way: "Is Peter Parker cheating when he sells photos of Spider-Man?" Needless to say, the twists and turns, the shocks and revelations, when they surface, will stun you.

HEROES creates an intricate internal mythology, all credit to series creator Tim Kring and his co-horts for some well-conceived world-building. And, as mentioned, HEROES doesn't go overboard with the f/x, but when the show does indulge in f/x, it does so with ridiculous flair. In particular, the stupendous injuries which Claire sustains are of the queasy variety. In particular, one character's power of prophesy adds a darker, even more dramatic dimension to the show, giving rise to the question: Is the future mutable? Props also to comic book artist Tim Sale, whose contributions cannot be overlooked.

Finally, the high muck-a-mucks actually come thru with the special features, of which there's a walloping plentitude. To start with, HEROES - SEASON 1 offers cast and crew audio commentary on 13 episodes. This includes Tim Kring's thoughts on the unedited, semi-alternative version of the pilot "Genesis," which offers up a deleted terrorism story arc. My favorite commentary, though, is on the awesome dystopian episode "Five Years Later." Amazingly, there are 50 deleted scenes. There's the 10-minute-long "Making Of" featurette, as well as segments on the show's stunts, special effects, and musical score. An interesting profile of color blind comic book artist Tim Sale (who rendered Isaac Mendez's paintings). And you can even play the freaky-cool "Mind Reader" game.

Got nothing more to add, really. If you haven't yet, watch the dang show and get set to have your bump of curiousity nudged mightily. Oh, and pay the writers already, so Season 2 gets back from limbo.
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Dianne M. ParkerReviewed in the United States on May 16, 2008
5.0 out of 5 stars
Thought Provoking!
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This series surprised me. Many genetic evolutionary films are out there but this one was intriguing. I actually was expecting the usual saga about ordinary heroes, but the twist on this series is very unique and stimulating to my imagination. Genetic mutation and evolution with these kinds of major changes in the human brain, with the amazing powers that are similar to many super heroes, is very interesting to me and has kept my attention throughout. I am fascinated with how the story unfolds and how the genetic traits are becoming more and more evident in the population. The "killer" or villain, is insane and does not seem to have a clue about the value of the gifts that are manifesting.

I am writing a book about a person who possesses unusual powers but it is typical of his race and is not out of the ordinary involving humans of earth. He is not an Earthling.

This story is quite uniquely developed involving our species becoming super heroes, which if the mind and spirit do not develop along with the powers, leaves us in a predicament of responding to them in terms of how we can use them to our advantage and not to the good of our world and each other, which is the logical reason for such development. Spirit must be in the changes or they are again left to abuse and even lost.

The pondering of such a possibility is not far fetched to me probably because nothing would really surprise me at this point in my life, but this story did peak my interest because of the way it is presented and the theories behind it. Perhaps it is unrealistic at this time for humans to think that this could happen because I truly believe that we are de-evolving because of our stress and health issues involving the degrading of our DNA and the earth. Plausibly, radiation would be a reasonable cause of such mutations, but when one thinks about how life has evolved here, before the onset of pollution, plundering and the destruction of the earth, one can see how it could be possible for the "unused" parts of our brain to "come to life" with evolutionary progress.

Although I tend to relate to things in terms of possibilities with a bit of a stretch of my imagination, I do think that such a tale has a real possibility for mankind's future, if he can stop his dysfunctional determination to run towards destruction! I like the characters and how they are played so close to the edge of danger. However, it is not fun to watch them get killed off after you form some affection for them.

I like the idea of developing such abilities. This show explores how it might be if such things began to happen. The usual fear factor brings in the destroyers, the amazed creators, the curious scientists and the excited discoverers. I would hope the military doesn't get involved and that the show reveals positive integration of some kind.

It does seem difficult to believe that this genetic change should happen at a certain time in the adults because I would think that this kind of change is in the person from the beginning and probably would manifest in some ways as they grew; like Superman did! But, that aside, it adds good mystery to the show because it happens this way. Why remains to be seen! Did the government do it? Aliens? True genetic mutation and evolution? I am staying to find out. There's a lot of innuendo toward different potential culprits, but the government or human causation seems the most likely truth. Yet, it could still be based in evolutionary trends. Being educated certainly allows for some deep thinking, but as well, some good entertainment! In a way this show is brain candy! And some nice eye candy as added enjoyment. Good job, creative and imaginative. These days, new themes are hard to come by and old themes must be very unique to grab our interest because we've all seen them many times over.

I really like the show and am enjoying watching the DVD's without commercials! What a great relief it is! It ranks up there with creative, imaginative, good quality movie-making and interesting plots. It a keeper.
Scot Merideth PeirsonReviewed in the United States on April 18, 2008
5.0 out of 5 stars
Heroes, Season 1--...And The Bag Of Chips...
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I didn't watch the first season of Heroes during the regular broadcast season--I really didn't want to. With all the hype going on during the season, I decided to stay away from the season and watch it away from the fanboys. Quietly, in the house, I could take my own notes, make my own observations, and draw my own conclusions.
It takes a unique mind to be able to tell eight separate stories and draw all those stories into one large story. This is what Tim Kring's goal seems to be in Season One. The odd and unique thing is that Kring really doesn't seem to put this whole fable together in an awkward and disjointed manner; as a result Kring accomplishes the goal in a spectacular and wonderful manner. It has been said many times over that good science fiction comes more from the characters than the premise. Such is the case here. This is a story that has an amazing ensemble of actors working with brilliantly fleshed-out characters.
As a result of this, to me no one character of the heroes sticks out over the other--as many people love Masi Oka's wonderfully sweet Hiro, others love Hayden Panetierre's coming of age with Claire; or Greg Grunberg's Matt Parkman, and Matt getting used to hearing the thoughts of other people. Other's love Adrian Pasdar, who channels a little bit of his old Jim Profitt character into Nathan; while others love Milo Ventimiglia's Peter because of his uncertainty as his powers develop but his belief in doing what's right.
The one performance that knocked me off my feet in this season...of all people...was Ali Larter, and her split personas of Niki and the super-strong Jessica. Just when Larter seemed destined to be remembered for the Final Destination movies and her whipped-cream bikini in Varsity Blues, she effects a dual role that left me wondering at times if, in fact, Jessica was the real person instead of Niki. Plus, her work with Noah Gray-Cabey and D.L. Roberts stood out to me.
But again, all the performances in this freshman season. Santiago Cabrera's tortured Issac Mendez. George Takei as Hiro's father. The absolutely brilliant James Kyson Lee, whose Ando was Sancho Panza to Hiro's Man of La Mancha. Zachary Quinto, who gave depth and danger to Sylar. Gray-Cabey and Roberts. Tawny Cypress. Sendhil Ramamurthty, who ties all the protagonists together as Mohinder Suresh. Jack Coleman, who had to effect two separate personalities (Noah Bennett and HRG) much in the same way that Larter did.
Again, I pay all credit to Tim Kring. He had characters starting off in all separate places, introduced them and their skills, and slowly brought them together for a wonderful climax at the end of the season. Also, I would be remiss in not mentioning Tim Sale's wonderful artwork. His paintings, which were used as Issac Mendez' future-predicting visions, were incredible. Plus the music score for the series--wonderfully done by Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman, or as they said in the special feature about the music for the series, "THAT Wendy and Lisa..."; the former members of Prince and The Revolution back in the day.
I really wanted to be cynical about all the hype about "Heroes". Simply put, I really didn't believe it could be as good as everyone thought. But more times than not through Season One, it was better than good--it could be great, brilliant, heart-wrenching (If not heart-breaking)...
In short--and if you read the title of this review, you knew this was coming--Heroes: Season One was all that...
The Matrix FanReviewed in the United States on February 23, 2008
5.0 out of 5 stars
Every Hero's journey has a beginning.
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I must admit, I didn't get into this show until Fall of 2007. I'm so glad I did. If you've been disillusioned by the same, boring dramas week after week on network television, this is the kind of show that will restore your faith in good television writing.

I could tell you about all the characters, plot twists and hidden nods to comic books in Heroes, but that's been covered by other reviewers, much better than I could ever write.

The question you're probably asking yourself is....what can this reviewer say to make ME decide to give Heroes a chance?

To set the stage, let's consider some of the movies that have come out about comic book characters: Batman, Daredevil, The Punisher, just to name a few.
The comic book movie that stands out, and the one which most people have seen, is [[ASIN:B00005JKCH Spider-Man (Widescreen Special Edition)]].

But why?

It's because Spider-Man isn't a stereotypical hero from Krypton or born into extreme wealth who immediately wants to help other people...he's Peter Parker, a teenage kid from Queens, who never wanted the limelight and wanted to be like everybody else. However, fate decided that his great power also carried with it some great responsibilities - and that means he had to give up some things he really wanted to help others.

Spider-Man works because viewers can relate to a character who has human flaws and doesn't always make the right choices...the choice of selflessness, and thinking of others before oneself, is the surest sign of a hero.

Now let's swing back to the tv show.

In the case of Heroes, we are introduced to a special group of people across the globe that discover they are more than just ordinary....they are extraordinary. While some of them are excited about their abilities, some of them [like our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man], just want to shirk back into the doldrums and be the same as everyone else. Some of them are afraid of being different. Some of their powers honestly frighten them and they would give their left arm just to be 'normal' again. There is one person who gets intoxicated with their powers and wants nothing more than complete and total domination. It's up to our heroes, whether directly or indirectly, to stop him.

It would be easy to make a show that showcases special effects and pays no attention to character development; but this box set of Heroes takes us on a 23 episode arc which explores the motivations of every character, whether good or evil.

I think one of the greatest strengths of Heroes is the struggle of each 'special' person. In their own way, each character comes to their own understanding of what a hero really is....a person noted for feats of courage or nobility of purpose. Are they ready to accept their destiny? Or will they tuck tail and run the other way?

This entire first season plays out like a perfectly scripted comic book. Each episode ends with a cliffhanger, and will have you itching to put the next disc into the DVD player. The special features include deleted scenes, commentary audio tracks, interviews, and more. The box set also has the unaired 73-minute pilot episode...this offers us insights into some of the existing heroes and shows us one hero that was cut and then re-created into another character.

You don't have to have superpowers to be a hero.
And you don't have to read comic books to love this show.

These Heroes have stories to tell...don't keep them waiting.
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DavidReviewed in the United States on December 14, 2012
4.0 out of 5 stars
Save the Cheerleader, Save the World
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Heroes was one of the best shows on television when it first hit the air. It is a character-driven piece about a group of seemingly ordinary yet extraordinary individuals who are disconnected from one another at first--the high school cheerleader who can regenerate; the LA cop who reads minds; the congressional candidate who can fly; and others with special abilities. There is also the evil Sylar who is trying to steal their powers one-by-one so that he can be the most "special" of them all. As the episodes unfold, these individuals find that their destinies are leading them together in order to save the world.

Series creator Tim Kring has given us a new mythology. In terms of philosphy and spirituality, the series does wrestle with some of the classic questions: Who am I? How did I get here? Why am I here? What is wrong with the world? The worldview is a bit muddled, however, with talk about random human evolution in some places, and then destiny (seemingly from a higher power) in others. The show does not slow down long enough to sort these out. Having multiple writers for each episode probably did not help.

The blu-ray transfer is an upgrade from the DVD, yet it has some problems. While most scenes have crisp detail and sharp colors, there are some that have noticeable film grain and/or digital noise. The sound played well on my system. If you want the best edition, this is it. But it is not perfect.

Parental Advisory: This show was made for broadcast television, so it stays within certain boundaries. With that said, it does push those boundaries in some places. There are brief, scattered scenes of sexuality, mild language, and drug abuse. The most problematic piece is the violence and gore, including some frightening images, which occur at least once in every episode. The serial killer Sylar dispatches his victims by cutting off the tops of their heads and removing their brains. There are other scenes that involve fighting, torture and gore. This series is not intended for pre-teens.

Heroes Season One was one of the best shows on television at the time. Sadly, the series lost its way in subsequent seasons. But this first season retains its impact, particularly in the season climax. I recommend it for those who love superhero movies, but those who are bit squeamish as well as those with sensitive consciences might want to keep the remote close by so you can fast forward through some of the more offensive scenes.
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Joecooler2uReviewed in the United States on December 9, 2008
5.0 out of 5 stars
Simply The Best!
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I can't lie and say I loved this show from the very beginning. I did not. In fact, after the pilot episode I gave up, until this year when I caught season 3 episodes and it made me realize I've been missing an amazing show. So amazing I had to rent every Heroes DVD and request both seasons 1 & 2 dvd sets. I still wasn't crazy about the Pilot when I saw it again recently, but I loved the realistic approach to super-heroes.

I'm a big fan of Smallville so no surprise Heroes won me over. There are lots of characters and many of them are very likeable. So many in fact that I can't pick ONE favorite because a lot of them are my favorites - like Hiro who can teleport through time and space and make me laugh every episode along with his human side-kick Ando, Claire Bennett who heals from anything like Wolverine, Peter (who could copy any powers of a super-human he comes into contact with) & Nathan (who can fly) brothers with powers, but different viewpoints, there's Matt the psychic cop/part time F.B.I agent who is trying to find out what happened to him and others like him who have suddenly become more than human. there's Nikki/Jennifer who are sisters one good and one bad, one dead and one alive but they switch places when they "see" each other in mirrors and reflective objects, there's Angela Petrelli, the manipulative mother of the Petrelli brothers (Nathan and Peter), there's Mikah, Nikki's son who can control machines, there's DL the husband of Nikki and father of Mikah who can become intangible and walk through walls Finally, there is HRG the cunning, manipulative "father" of Claire and Sylar the show's version of Lex Luthor who kills to take other people's powers.. The stories are fantastic and in this first season this show brought a positive vibe that many tv shows lack these days (heck even Heroes has become a "dark" and brooding show).

If you've never seen Heroes you don't know what you are missing. There are those fans that think the show has declined, but I think it gets better every week. I'm glad I finally started watching this show and now buy it on dvd. It's already become my favorite show. I suggest you rent it first but if you come to love it like I do you will not regret buying these dvds. Speaking of the dvds, there are so many commentaries with cast & crew that those of you who love commentaries (like I do) will love these dvds.
Kindle CustomerReviewed in the United States on July 2, 2009
5.0 out of 5 stars
Slow Build To An Excellent Show!
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I'd gotten this quite a while ago when it was dirt cheap, halfway through [[ASIN:B001B7CNZ6 Season 2]]. I'd never seen it before but heard many good things. The whole superhero aspect really interested me. So I took a chance.

It starts out slow, giving detailed background information on each character while moving the plot forward at what seems like a snails pace. But as we learn more and more about each character, how they tie together, and what will happen next (or what we THINK will happen), it becomes quite addictive! We are eager to learn the superpowers each of them get, how they use them, and what will happen next. It's a beautiful formula carefully planned out to keep people watching. I've never seen any of the other seasons, so I don't know if they've kept it up. From what I've heard so far they've slipped a bit...but who knows.

What I like best about the DVD itself is the layout of the content, the comicbook style of the chapters. To me this gives the overall feel that we're actually seeing a comicbook, rather than just a show. I love how the extra/deleted scenes are on each disc, rather than colleting them together seperately at the end; this way we don't have to scratch our heads as to where such-n-such scene happened. The "documentary" features on the last disc are quite short, but give the viewer a basic overall aspect of how things came together. I would have liked to have seen more details on the original concepts, character creation, and stuff like that. But perhaps its best that we don't know everything; it might spoil the fun of discovering through the show what happened.

Overall I can't recommend this enough. Might want to wait and get it around $20 or so, but I would pay $35 for it as well. This series would be great for kids, and I'd recommend it to people who feel that their meant for something more than just working a job they hate. It allows us to live our fantasy through someone else. And, perhaps, influence us to make changes in our life to do what we're really meant.
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A. BurchfieldReviewed in the United States on September 17, 2007
4.0 out of 5 stars
Maybe the best new program of the '06/ '07 season
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Very inventive, very confusing (lots of hanging threads left unexplained- for later season(s) maybe?) but I still think possibly the best of the new shows from the 2006/2007 season. The look of the show, the attention to detail- there's much more here than most series have to offer. I always took it as a sort of introduction prior to future adventures, some of the material confusing but mostly making sense by season's end.
If you did happen to miss seeing most or all of the series you definitely won't be getting a comedy here, you will get action and a little horror- it's almost worth watching for the special effects alone. I think Claire, the cheerleader, died at least 8 times this season- Hayden Panetierre had some of the best scenes and lines in the episodes.

The deleted scenes don't usually add much, it's obvious why they were cut- to fit the time slot better. The packaging makes a big deal out of the unaired pilot, I'll bet well over half of it was used in the first broadcast episode (and a bit in episode 4). The network was probably afraid of offending a certain ethnic group when they had it cut- it's interesting but not much to miss. There's a DL scene at the end of it that appears to have been part of another scrapped episode, it doesn't even go with the "pilot".

I haven't tried the commentaries so I don't know how "good" they are but the extra's are worthwhile, I enjoyed seeing how the time freeze scenes are created and the cartoonist's background bit. It would have been nice to see more of the effects stuff explained but maybe I'm wanting too much.

The set is worth owning and I can't wait to see what Season Two will be like.
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