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new Heroes on bbc2 posting

Post by elle » Thu Jul 12, 2007 11:45 am

whoo oooo..

HEROES starts on BBC2 next week.....
with no adverts!!!!!!!..... :D
just finishing on sci fi...and then on bbc.....
dont think any one knew what they had in this series?
so glad BBC bought it..and it wont get lost like 'Lost' etc....
so with luck it will be repeated the same week on BBC3
it is an excellent series with real characters..
your favourites are ???

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Post by The Editor » Thu Jul 12, 2007 1:27 pm

Hiro. No contest.

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Post by Shaun F » Thu Jul 12, 2007 3:13 pm

Waiting for the DVD (but then you knew I was going to say that)

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Post by Roosta » Thu Jul 12, 2007 3:23 pm

Yep Ed. Hiro rules! :D

And for everyone who hasnt already seen it, make sure you catch this from the begining - its the real deal!


"save the cheerleader, save the world" 8)

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Post by elle » Fri Jul 13, 2007 1:08 pm

yes HIRO..written and acted like a real person....
not much tv stuff so good

(shameless and ER apart)

actually quite excited..no very excited... :roll:
AND the cheerleader is brilliant and believable
and beautiful :D

i know Shaun F i keep thinking about trashing the tv..and then I watch an old ER and 1TV4 old corny sci-fi and i cant do it...

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Post by Shaun F » Mon Jul 16, 2007 9:19 am

To tell the truth I do not know where I found the time to watch tv!!

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Post by Roosta » Thu Jul 26, 2007 2:06 pm

So Heroes began on BBC last night, hope eveyone is liking it! :)

I'm not usually one for watching series I've already seen before, but I surprised even myself when I sat through it all again last night!

What was really impressive was the number of things set up in those very first episodes (names, images, powers), that I could never have spotted first time round! - I guess thats the mark of a good series then! :roll:

BBC also trailed their mini site at the end of the show; http://www.bbc.co.uk/drama/heroes/. - Check it out for a look around Mohinder's Apartment - fans of point and click adventures apply here! :D

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Post by elle » Thu Jul 26, 2007 2:59 pm

Roosta wrote:So Heroes began on BBC last night, hope eveyone is liking it! :)

I'm not usually one for watching series I've already seen before, but I surprised even myself when I sat through it all again last night!

What was really impressive was the number of things set up in those very first episodes (names, images, powers), that I could never have spotted first time round! - I guess thats the mark of a good series then! :roll:

BBC also trailed their mini site at the end of the show; http://www.bbc.co.uk/drama/heroes/. - Check it out for a look around Mohinder's Apartment - fans of point and click adventures apply here! :D
oh yes..and a game to play..''wot larks''

AND NO ADVERTS! BLISS!!

and for real 'heroes' obsessives
Radio BBC7 has 'The Official Heroes Radio Show'
saturday 18.30-18.45pm
or online :P :D

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Post by Roosta » Fri Aug 10, 2007 1:00 pm

Only problem with the "Heros" coverage on the BBC at the moment, is the "Heroes Unmasked" (read "Heroes Confidential"!) documentary, which this week gave away plot spoilers! :(

I'm so glad I caught it on Sci-Fi, where you really had no idea what was going to happen next! :)

The BBC seem to be doing a lot of this recently - their British Film Forever documentaries on Saturdays consistently give away the endings to films that I want to see! - Nice one BBC!!! :evil:

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Post by elle » Fri Aug 10, 2007 4:42 pm

'The BBC seem to be doing a lot of this recently - their British Film Forever documentaries on Saturdays consistently give away the endings to films that I want to see! - Nice one BBC!!! :evil:
AND BBC are also doing that split screen endings with the next prog
SOOO annoying..they dont need to do it...no ads?

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