Heroes Reborn UK Blu-ray & DVD Release Details

Heroes Reborn DVD/Blu Ray Release.
Heroes Reborn DVD/Blu Ray Release.

Heroes is the TV series about those with super powers trying to find their way in the world. Originally running from 2006 and 2010 the original series was the king of cliffhangers, though the latter series sort of lost the way.

Heroes is relaunched as Tim Kring brings us another 13-episodes in Heroes Reborn. Now Heroes Reborn comes to Blu-ray and DVD from 9 May, alongside a box set combining Heroes Reborn and the original four seasons of Heroes.

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Picking up several years after the original series and 12 months after a terrorist attack in Odessa propelled anyone with extraordinary powers into hiding, the world is a dangerous place. Vigilantes are hunting down the super-powered population as they seek retribution for Odessa and those with nefarious motives pull strings from afar.

Two such vigilantes include Luke (Zachary Levi, Chuck) and Joanne (Judi Shekoni, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2), who are seeking to avenge a tragic loss. Noah Bennet, a.k.a. H.R.G. (Jack Coleman, Heroes), has gone off the grid, but conspiracy theorist Quentin Frady (Henry Zebrowski, A to Z) finds him and opens his eyes to the truth behind the Odessa tragedy.

Also returning to the Heroes fold are Hiro Nakamura (Masi Oka), Matt Parkman (Greg Grunberg), Mohinder Suresh (Sendhil Ramamurthy), and the Haitian (Jimmy Jean-Louis), amongst others.  Together, their ultimate destiny is to save the world, and mankind, all over again.


The series also stars Robbie Kay (Once Upon a Time), Gatlin Green (Criminal Minds), Danika Yarosh (Shamless US), Kiki Sukezane (Death Yankee 3), Ryan Guzman (The Boy Next Door) and Rya Kihlstedt (Masters of Sex).

A must-watch for sci-fi aficionados as well as fans of the original series, Heroes Reborn explodes onto Blu-ray and DVD from 9 May, 2016.


  • Title:                            Heroes Reborn
  • Release Date:              9 May, 2016
  • Format:                       Blu-ray / DVD
  • Certificate:                  15 TBC
  • Run Time:                    13 x 45 mins
  • Extra Features:            “Dark Matters” webisodes

Deleted Scenes

“Reliving The Legacy”

Heroes Series 4 DVD & Blu Ray

As the explosive final season of HEROES blasts onto to Blu-ray and DVD from 4th October 2010, courtesy of Universal Playback, there is a sniff of redemption in the air as the show enters its last volume, and the gang fights to save the world one last time!

HEROES: SEASON 4 introduces Samuel Sullivan, played by Robert Knepper (Prison Break), as the leader of a mysterious carnival clan with powerful and potentially dangerous new abilities. Could Samuel Sullivan and his comrades create a new threat for Peter, Claire and the rest of the ?Heroes? and their current attempt to live normal lives? Joining Robert Knepper and the regular all-star cast, including Milo Ventimiglia (Gilmore Girls), Hayden Panettiere (Scream 4), Zachary Quinto (Star Trek), Masi Oka (Get Smart), Jack Coleman (Dynasty) and Ali Lartner (Legally Blonde) are Deanne Bray (The L Word), Jayma Mays (Glee) and Ray Park (G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra) to give the show its final send off!

And if this isn?t enough for you, Season 4 is jam-packed full with hours of bonus material including super-powered extended and deleted scenes. New bonus material includes audio commentaries with Greg Grunberg, Adrian Pasdar, Robert Knepper and executive producer Tim Kring, along with featurettes such as ?Deconstructing Sylar?, ?Milo Speaks? and ?Behind the Big Top?.

Also out on Blu-ray and DVD on 4th October is HEROES: THE COMPLETE BOX SET with 23 discs and the perfect gift this Christmas. It?s time to succumb to this addictive smash-hit series? with time-bending action, shocking twists and mind-blowing special effects, the qualities that make Heroes worth watching again and again. Included as an additional treat for a final farewell is an exclusive bonus disc with over 90 minutes of new featurettes unseen in any other Heroes release.

The multi-award-winning series was a ratings winner at its launch in 2006 when Heroes Season 1 achieved over 13 million viewers in the US and nearly 4 million in the UK, creating true event television. Relive the buzz surrounding Heroes from beginning to end from 4th October or pre-order now on Blu-ray and DVD!

Heroes Series 4 DVD and Blu Ray Extras
Deconstructing Sylar
Behind the Big Top
Milo speaks
Tim Sale gallery of screen art
Genetics of a scene
Heroes Revolution
?Once upon a time in Texas? Audio commentary with Tim Kring
?Shadowboxing? Audio commentary with Adam Armus, Kay Forster and Greg Grunberg
?The Fifth Stage? Audio Commentary with Tim Kring and Adrian Pasdar
?Brave New World? Audio commentary with Tim Kring and Robert Knepper
Extended scenes
Deleted scenes

Complete Heroes Boxed Set New bonus disc extras:
Transporting Tour of 2009
Heroes on the Run
New Heroes on the block
Heroes and Villains

Heroes Series 3 Blu Ray and DVD

Heroes Series 3 Blu Ray and DVD
Heroes Series 3 Blu Ray and DVD
Heroes returns to digital optical format (DVD and Blu Ray to you and me) on 12 October 2009. If you don’t know what Heroes is crawl out from under your rock and buy the Heroes Boxed Set now! Series 3 of Heroes takes a dark turn and the DVDs and Blu Rays finally are available thanks to Universal Playback. The addictive, smash-hit series returns with epic stories of ordinary people with extraordinary gifts, whose only destiny is to save the world. But this time, some of those breath-taking abilities are in the hands of some seriously wrong people. Packed full of fascinating extra content including alternate stories, an insight into the mind-bending special effects and an art gallery featuring Tim Sale?s creations, it will keep you entertained for hours. HEROES COMPLETE SEASON 1 TO 3 (Compare DVD Prices For Heroes Series 1-3 DVD, Heroes 1-3 Blu Ray)is also released on the same day featuring a massive action packed 42 discs…

With the Hollywood writers? strike resolved, Season 3 explodes with ?Villains? (originally destined for the second season). A new cadre of villains and fugitives, alongside a rejuvenated Sylar, appear to threaten the future of the Heroes, new and old alike. They are all battling for control of the ?Catalyst? ? a newly discovered formula that gives normal people similarly nature-defying powers.

Series debut ?Villains? is a two-hour special with revelations that will redefine familiar characters and shake the series to its core. Months after explosions brought down Pinehurst and Primatech, our Heroes try to put the past behind them and begin new lives. Now powerless, Hiro tries to train a reluctant Ando to be a true superhero; Sylar begins the search for his real parents; Mohinder returns to life as a taxi driver; Peter is back saving lives, and Daphne and Matt are trying to become a normal couple.

But nothing is ever straight-forward for our superheroes and with a new volume come new dangers. There’s a Hunter on the loose and Claire has just uncovered Nathan’s deadly plot to track down and capture those with abilities.

Get re-acquainted with HEROES. All the time-bending action, the shocking twists, the mind-blowing special effects that made Season 1 Programme of the Year at the US Television Critics Association Awards and Best International Programme at the 2008 BAFTAs are working full-throttle in this series re-defining third season.



Masi Oka as Hiro Nakamura, James Kyson Lee as Ando Masahashi - thanks to NBC Universal
Masi Oka as Hiro Nakamura, James Kyson Lee as Ando Masahashi - thanks to NBC Universal

Series 3 of Heroes, the second part of which is called Volume 4 – Confused yet? (ed)
Heroes is a frustrating show to watch at times. For a programme with such a strong, exciting premise, it has made more than its fair share of fumbles. Truth be told, I stopped watching religiously at the end of the first season ? I could see the potential, but never truly got hooked in the way I did with Lost, the grim reviews of Heroes second year convincing me I had seen the best the show had to offer. Indeed, since then, the programme has hit trouble, with sliding ratings, confused plots and a sense of growing apathy in the viewers who bothered to stick around.

So, does A Clear and Present Danger, the first episode of Volume Four (entitled ?Fugitives?), mark a sea change for the show? Well, broadly speaking, no. Anyone expecting Heroes to have undergone a major reinvention will be disappointed. There is little in this opening episode to really grab the lapsed viewer ? the script still feels clunky, passages of dialogue are truly dire, and characters like Peter and Matt are still dull, no matter how many super powers they develop. The real issue with this opener however, is the sense of deja-vu it fosters in the long(ish) term viewer. Whilst there are moments here designed to hark back to the first season ? Peter and Mohinder share another cab, Matt can paint the future ala Isaac ? overall there is nothing here that feels particularly fresh. Hiro and Ando are still knocking around in a mildly amusing side story, Claire is still concerned about Sylar and Noah has apparently gone bad (again). The issue is that whilst all this seems to suggest a desire by the writers to hark back to the ?glory? days of the show, all that is actually achieved is leaving the viewer becoming aware that, on a fundamental level, things have barely moved on since season one.

But it isn?t all bad news. Despite A Clear and Present Danger?s flaws, there are hints at a better tomorrow for Heroes. The ?Fugitives? plot kicked into gear from the off, efficiently, and crucially for a show with so many characters, quickly, reuniting many of the principle stars of the show by the end of the episode. After so many convoluted plots involving time travel and who knows what else, a more straightforward approach to plotting would be welcome in ?Fugitives?. The episode did get better as it went on, leading to a climax that was undoubtedly the finest moment in the whole thing, giving proceedings a much needed kick up the backside and a sense, if only for a moment, that Heroes could still be wildly exciting and impressively inventive. Character wise, Sylar is still as compelling as ever, with his story strand offering some of the most satisfying scenes in the episode. But overall, Heroes is going to have to try harder and fight off the sense that things have gone a little stale if there is going to be anybody left in the audience who cares anymore.

By Liam O?Brien

Heroes Series 2 (TV)

Heroes was the best TV show of 2007, if not the greatest. But what happened to the second series, well the writers strike for one. Cutting the series run from 22 episodes to 11 episodes was bad, attempting to cram the whole second series story line into those 11 episodes was positivly foolish.

The series built up nicely, introduced new characters and tried to add that extra dimension to others. But everything fell appart in the last 3 episodes where they tried to wrap the whole thing up (and add the inevitable end of 2nd series cliffhanger).

Originally when I saw that the series had an attenuated span I thought ‘great’ as I would be less tormented with the seemingly endless cliffhangers which made Heroes Series 1 so compulsively watchable. How wrong was I.

Despite its mess of a compression the best parts were definitely centered around Hiro and Kensi back in 17 Century Japan. This saw Hiro really build and mature. But again this series did in places feel a bit ‘been there done that’. Visions of an apocalyptic future, man made disaster to be averted, new big bad guy.

Syler. Well to be honest it would have been a better series if they dropped him all together, he was not needed. With the limited run the fewer characters in this series of Heroes the better.

With all said and done I did enjoy this, though compared to Heroes series 1 this was a little let down.

Will I watch series 3? ? well yes. After the cliff hanger at the end of this series I just have to find out what happened to….. oh yes spoilers. Must avoid spoilers