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Hollywood Location Shooting Surges in Toronto

Foreign film and TV production in Ontario rose over 50 percent in 2015 as 'Suicide Squad,' 'Spotlight' and 'Room' shot locally.

NBC Has No Plans to Continue ‘Heroes’ After ‘Reborn’ Concludes

Bob Greenblatt confirmed that there would not be another round of the Tim Kring drama.

Schedule Significance, Tweet Trouble: 5 Lessons Learned From Premiere Week

Patience matters (but social doesn't) as the networks put the best face on ratings: "There are vestiges of programming strategies from years ago that still work."

Which Original ‘Heroes’ Star Was Killed off in ‘Reborn’?

"People can die and they can come back," Jimmy Jean-Louis tells THR about what's to come.

Original ‘Heroes’ Stars on Returning for ‘Reborn’ — and What to Expect

Jack Coleman, Masi Oka, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Greg Grunberg, Sendhil Ramamurthy and Noah Gray-Cabey talk with THR about reprising their iconic roles.

A Beginner’s Guide to NBC’s ‘Heroes Reborn’

Forgot what happened on the original? Here's a primer about what you missed — and need to know about NBC's revival.

‘Heroes Reborn’: TV Review

Tim Kring's sci-fi series about ordinary people with superhuman powers picks up five years after the original left off, with a mostly new set of characters.

‘Heroes Reborn’ Cast, Creator Offer Eight Things to Know About the NBC Revival

A darker world and new technologies feature prominently in NBC's upcoming follow-up series, the cast and creator Tim Kring tell THR at TIFF.

‘Heroes Reborn’ Picks Up As If It’s In Season 10, Tim Kring Says

Creator Tim Kring says he doesn't approach 'Reborn' as the fifth season that he never got to do but as if the new NBC drama had gone on the entire time it was off the air.

Comic-Con: ‘Heroes Reborn’ Debuts Extended Trailer to Enthusiastic Response

After five years off the air, fans embraced the NBC drama during its return to Comic-Con.

Comic-Con: ‘Heroes Reborn’ Boss Talks Rewriting the Show’s Legacy, Potential Follow-Ups

Tim Kring opens up about how a smaller episode order changes the fabric of the series, returning characters, killing the cheerleader and plans to save the world (again).