As the Emmy-nominated "HEROES" returns, the extraordinary strive to be ordinary four months after the explosive events in New York but deadly threats loom as brand new individuals with abilities emerge worldwide -- written by executive producer/creator Tim Kring and directed by executive producer Greg Beeman.
As Matt investigates the death of one hero, another is attacked by this new sinister force stalking those with abilities -- Niki, Micah and the Haitian return -- directed by executive producer Allan Arkush.
Both in past and present, several "Heroes" make shocking discoveries and two familiar people with abilities make an unexpected return.
As secrets about the previous generation of Heroes are revealed, a new hero emerges in post-Katrina New Orleans.
Searching for a lost hero, Elle (guest star Kristen Bell) makes a shocking debut in Ireland.
At school, West convinces Claire to teach a bullying cheerleader a lesson.
While several heroes face off against the "Nightmare Man," Peter learns just how deadly the virus can be.
The clock turns back four months as this season's secrets are revealed -- D.L. Hawkins (Leonard Roberts) returns.
When agendas clash, a hero dies -- Convinced that the Company is close to finding them, H.R.G. (Jack Coleman) prepares the family to run -- but Claire (Hayden Panettiere) has other ideas.
Peter attempts to save the future from the virus.
It's Hero vs. Hero as the series' "Volume II: Generations" comes to an explosive, bloody finish.