The series revolves around a group of inspiring heroes who face the ultimate conflict everywhere among them. Now, this conflict begins between those with exceptional abilities and people with evil motives, leaving a terrorist attack in Odessa, Texas, for that real conflict. In the meantime, it would be all the blame for this tragic event because those who have extraordinary abilities seem to have obvious psychological motives of course.
Unless the show improves from this more or less adequate premiere and shows consistent flair and originality, I can't in good conscience recommend Heroes Reborn over the sterling comic books, new and old, the property continues to imitate.
Finally, a reboot that works - Heroes Reborn resets its pieces onto the season one playing board with a new mystery, new characters, and new powers that all lead to some fantastically bizarre moments of television.
The three episodes that were provided for review keep the various plotlines moving efficiently. One gets the feeling that the lines will eventually converge, which is not always the case in these large-ensemble dramas.