According to Sci-Fi Wire, although the NBC hit television show Heroes may be off the air, it won't be for good. Series creator Tim Kring plans on doing a mini-series that takes place one year after the finale of the original television show, giving fans a glimpse into the future one last time.
Again, the characters in the Heroverse will be struggling to deal with their powers, hiding from those who want to hurt them, and others just letting it all hang out.
All the main pieces are in place, and all the actors said they are willing to return, but as of yet, NBC has not commented on whether or not this mini-series will actually happen. Should this mini-series happen though? Do enough people still care about this show in order to warrant it a mini-series? Sure the first season was pretty good, and I'll even say half of the second season was pretty darn entertaining, but after that, I personally couldn't care less, and there's many people with that same mindset out there. And as much as I want to say that this could be a ridiculous waste of money, the show does have a hardcore fan-base that will do anything to see Clare heal after getting her arm chopped off once again. Did you like this show? Do you think there should be a mini-series?
Claire, who desperately wanted a normal life, will become a reluctant spokesperson for the abnormals. Sylar (Zachary Quinto) will again struggle with his dark side. And Adrian Pasdar will likely return, though not as Nathan, who died.