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05/08 - Tim Kring and Co. are on the prowl for a twentysomething actress to play a love interest for one of the main Heroes in season 4. The character will be introduced in the fourth episode and, here's where things get interesting, interested candidates must be hearing impaired. Source: The Ausiello Files

05/05 - We can absolutely assure you that Zachary Quinto is coming back next season. We're hearing that Sylar is present in what's described as "a very Fight Club-esque way." The Heroes deaths will continue next season, and a few of your favorite characters may be resurrected in the process. (Pssst, that has nothing to do with our pal Sylar). Source: The Ausiello Files

05/03 - Zachary Quinto will without question be back next season. But I hear the show is also planning to introduce a cool and mysterious new villain. Tracy's whole revenge arc will serve as a centerpiece of next fall's "Redemption" volume. Source: The Ausiello Files

04/22 - Bryan Fuller says that, "The Hiro story for season four is the best story we've ever come up with for Hiro. It's so emotional and exciting and adventurous." Source: Kristin on E!Online

04/22 - Look for one character to make a splashy return in Volume 5. Source: TV Guide Online

04/22 - In season 4 we will learn more about Young Angela and her young friends and of course more about the early days of The Company. Source: SpoilerTV

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Heroes Casts Two New Characters for Season Four

Source: EOnline, Jennifer Godwin. Thursday, June 4,2009

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Season four of Heroes begins filming next Monday, and the cast of guest stars is beginning to fill out. Along with returning regulars, like Star Trek's Zachary Quinto, "Volume Five: Redemption" will include a new villain and a new friend for Hayden Panettiere's wayward Claire.

Who are these new characters, and what is the setting for season four? Here's what we know:

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Prison Break's Robert Knepper (aka creepmaster T-Bag) will be playing Samuel, a charismatic fellow with a knack for mischief. For at least six episodes, Knepper's Samuel will be the key figure in the death carnival, the primary new setting and storyline for season four. (Because as anyone who's ever dipped a toe in contemporary popular media knows, there's nothing more evil than traveling carnies and their rictus-faced clown friends.)

Also on deck for Heroes season four is Madeline Zima, whose life this summer will be intercutting between Californication, where she plays cerebral tease Mia, and the environs of fictional Costa Verde, Calif., where she will be in college with Claire. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Zima's Heroes character, Gretchen, is "an edgy outsider."

In other news, look for the casting later this month of new character Emma, who is hot, hearing impaired and smart. Emma will first appear in episode three and recur throughout the volume. She is expected to be a new love interest for Peter Petrelli (Milo Ventimiglia). Masi Oka's Hiro Nakamura will also be a major focus of Volume Four, as he works to undo some of the damage done to his life since the eclipse unleashed his powers.

Robert Knepper, aka T-Bag, is joining Heroes? Whoa. Sylar is going to have a run for his money in the evil department!-kayo

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06/21 - [battlestar Galactica alumnus Rick] Worthy is in negotiations for a recurring role on NBC's Heroes next season, playing the new partner of Matt Parkman: an experienced and capable Los Angeles cop and someone who Matt can lean on for advice. Source: The Hollywood Reporter

06/14 - Here is a summary of spoilers sent via a news letter to those who got a Heroes All Access Membership: We're all very excited about the next volume of Heroes (volume 5) called "REDEMPTION." All of our characters, in way or another, return to their normal lives after the turmoil and tragedy of "FUGITIVES." One of the big issues we'll be exploring is how should a person with abilities live his or her life. Should they try to assimilate by hiding their abilities, or should they live more honestly, exposing their powers to the world? Claire will be at the forefront of that issue, starting college in Washington, D.C., and trying to discover, as all college kids do, who she really is. But re-adjusting to normal life won't be easy, especially when Claire is caught in the crossfire of her parent's divorce and a mysterious suicide on campus. Meanwhile, Peter and Nathan are trying to get their lives back on track. Peter is trying to be a hero in the purest sense - saving on life at a time. But that means cutting himself off from friends and family. It's only when Peter makes a romantic connection with a fascinating new "powerful" woman that he'll find out that life means staying connected to others. Nathan is discovering new things about himself everyday, mostly due to the fact that he's actually Sylar. Matt will have to live with the guilt of what he did to Sylar; making his attempts to live a normal life with his wife and child virtually impossible. Noah Bennet (HRG), with the help of Tracy Strauss, Angela Petrelli and all of our Heroes, is tasked with forming a new COMPANY. But that new organization won't be concerned with conspiracies and prisons anymore. It will be about people. Finding them. Connecting to them. And figuring out why so many of them have been seduced by another "organization" out there that treats people with abilities in a fascinating, dangerous and potentially deadly new way. Source: SpoilerTV

06/14 - British actor Ray Park, whose role as Darth Maul in Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace made him an icon to fanboys far and wide, is joining the cast for a sizeable arc. [...] Little is known about Park's role, except that he's playing one of the colorful characters at the center of the show's Carnivale-esque storyline. (My guess? He's the character described in the breakdowns as "Knife Thrower.") Source: The Ausiello Files

06/14 - According to the Hollywood Reporter, Prison Break's Robert Knepper (aka creepmaster T-Bag) will be playing Samuel, a charismatic fellow with a knack for mischief. For at least six episodes, Knepper's Samuel will be the key figure in the death carnival, the primary new setting and storyline for season four. [...] Also on deck for Heroes season four is Madeline Zima, whose life this summer will be intercutting between Californication, where she plays cerebral tease Mia, and the environs of fictional Costa Verde, Calif., where she will be in college with Claire. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Zima's Heroes character, Gretchen, is "an edgy outsider." In other news, look for the casting later this month of new character Emma, who is hot, hearing impaired and smart. Emma will first appear in episode three and recur throughout the volume. She is expected to be a new love interest for Peter Petrelli. Masi Oka's Hiro Nakamura will also be a major focus of Volume Four, as he works to undo some of the damage done to his life since the eclipse unleashed his powers. [...] Hiro's bloody noses and headaches are not going away next season on Heroes. In fact, it's going to be a cause for speculation on if we're going to lose another hero soon.Source: Kristin on E!Online

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08/02 - Heroes has found an actress to torture Claire as her new sorority pledge master. Tessa Thompson, who played Jackie Cook on Veronica Mars during the 2005-06 season, will play upperclassman Becky, who is protecting a secret of her own. Expect Claire and Becky to clash. Source: TV Guide Magazine

08/02 - Robert Knepper has already been promoted to series regular status on NBC's Heroes, on which he will make his debut this fall. Knepper was originally signed to play the mysterious Samuel for six episodes, and has so far appeared in every episode, says the Hollywood Reporter. Samuel is "the reluctant ringleader of a carnival," Knepper shared at the San Diego Comic-Con last week. In the wake of his brother's passing, "he's made a decision that his life is not going to be the way it used to be," so he sets out to make some changes. Samuel "one-by-one lures the heroes into helping with that plan," Knepper said. Source: TV Guide Online

08/02 - Ali Larter is back, and if she didn't mean business before, she certainly does now. [...] Ando's kissing Hiro's sister, Noah is injured at the foot of some stairs and Noah is drowning in a car-wow, they really don't like Noah, huh? Sylar is holding little baby Matt Parkman hostage until he gets his body back. Source: Kristin on E!Online

07/10 - [it's kind of true that Claire will have a romantic relationship with Rachel Melvin's new character, Annie.] I'm not sure about a full-blown relationship, but I can confirm that the college roomies will engage in a little sapphic experimentation. [...] Remember me telling you that producers were casting an 11-year-old version of Nathan? Well, thanks to Adrian Pasdar, now we know why! "I absorb a memory from an article of clothing that sends me back in time to when I was 11," he explains. "Something happened to young Nathan but old Nathan doesn't remember it. How can that be? It has to do with a character we have met before." Source: The Ausiello Files

07/10 - We're increasingly certain that a beloved, original castmember is leaving Heroes for good before the end of the coming season. Source: Kristin on E!Online

07/10 - Model/actress Dawn Oliveri will be playing "Tattoo Girl" Lydia. [...] Apparently Heroes producer Adam Armus was interviewed by IGN providing them with the first details about her character. "Lydia is the beautiful, charming, soul of the Sullivan Brothers Carnival. This carnival is a roving band of people blessed with special abilities. They are powerful, but they hide in the shadows, performing on the outskirts of towns and cities. But all of that is about to change. Lydia has been part of this carnival for a number of years. She is the exotic tattoo lady, but she is also a powerful empath of sorts. She has the ability to 'sense' the images on her body and provide valuable information about them. This ability is of great value to Samuel (Robert Knepper), the leader of the carnival. He uses Lydia's ability to locate other 'specials' in the world and uses the information she provides to woo them to his side. Lydia is compassionate towards Samuel. She understands the grief that has fueled his ambition. But will she support his ultimate destructive goals? Will she be loyal or does Lydia have her own agenda?" Source: SpoilerTV

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08/16 - Ernie Hudson (Oz , Desperate Housewives) heads over to Heroes for a recurring role as Baltimore detective Captain Lubbock, confirms an NBC rep for the show. The storyline details are being kept under wraps, but we're told the character "is on the hunt for one of the other characters on the show." Lubbock will be a recurring character on the series, which starts back on Sept. 21. Source: Kristin on E!Online

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09/05 - [Jayma] Mays will reprise her role of Charlie, Hiro's ill-fated love interest. As the dying time-traveler zips back and forth through the ages to accomplish his bucket list. Source: The Ausiello Files

08/30 - Sources tell us the original plan (which could, of course, be changed at any time) for Jayma Mays' return to Heroes was this: Hiro jumps back in time to the diner where Charlie works, and this time successfully kills Sylar. This jacks up the Heroes timeline (obviously), but the upside is that Hiro then is able to meet with alive-and-well Charlie at a bar in Japan. [...] Not only is Claire trying to have a normal life, but she's also rushing a sorority this season.Source: Kristin on E!Online

08/30 - "Tracy goes back to her old life working on the Hill, only to discover that she's no longer driven by the same shallow rewards," explains series creator Tim Kring. "She wants to make a difference in people's lives." Source: The Ausiello Files

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10/18 - Sendhil Ramamurthy resurfaces in November, so you'll get your explanation then. Not sure if this is a clue but my Heroes mole tells me that more than 50 percent of Ramamurthy's scenes since returning have been with Masi Oka. Source: The Ausiello Files

10/18 - The Riches alum Todd Stashwick has landed a recurring role on NBC's Heroes. He will play Eli who is a part of this season's traveling carnival storyline and has close ties to the carnival's evil ringleader Samuel. Source: The Hollywood Reporter

10/18 - Sources over on NBC's Heroes confirm to me that a major death is in the works, and this is not one that will go unnoticed by even the most casual fan. It is huge. [...] I will tell you that this leading character is a male [...] and he is one of the original cast. Source: Kristin on E!Online

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11/14 - He's a stiff corporate business man today, but what was Claire's father, Noah Bennet (aka Horned Rimmed Glasses), like back in the late 70's? We will learn he was a free-spirited hippie who landed a job as a used car salesman, had a new wife and was still naive to the evils of the world. We will see him welcome a stranger into his home, where something tragic goes down, altering the course of his life forever. Actor Jack Coleman will not be donning a long hippie wig for the scenes. Rather, the role will be recast with an actor in his 20's. Source: Keck's Exclusives

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12/13/09 - The fans have spoken. One day after you voted by an overwhelming majority that you'd like Sendhil Ramamurthy to be the next star killed off of Heroes, NBC announced he's been cast in a new pilot called Rex Is Not Your Lawyer. So this means his character Mohinder is going to die, right? Well... maybe. There might be a much bigger death in the works: the series. A well-placed Heroes source tells me of Sendhil's casting: "Everyone is expecting this to be the last season. The cast, the crew, everyone." Which would explain why Sendhil has been cast in an NBC pilot. Clearly, the Peacock peeps wouldn't place Sendhil (who is pretty funny in real life, by the way, and who should do well on a dramedy) on a new series if they expected a conflict ahead. A rep for NBC tells us: "Rex is just a pilot right now, so Sendhil is still on Heroes. Rex is in second position to Heroes." Source: The Ausiello Files

12/13/09 - Madeline Zima tells me she will definitely be back. But Zima was very tight-lipped about how Claire Bear's little field trip will turn out. The future doesn't seem rosy. "I think Gretchen knows it's a mistake," Zima said of Claire's decision to stay behind with Samuel and his band of carnies. "She's only doing it because she knows Claire can't physically get hurt. That's the way she rationalizes it. The best and most pure act of love is just letting someone go and letting them do what they feel they must." Source: TV Guide Online

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