NBC is bring back the sci-fi hit with a 13-episode event miniseries, Heroes Reborn, with series creator Tim Kring on board.
“The enormous impact Heroes had on the television landscape when it first launched in 2006 was eye-opening,” said NBC Entertainment president Jennifer Salke. “Shows with that kind of resonance don’t come around often and we thought it was time for another installment.”
We’ve all seen those great-in-theory, annoying-in-practice A Look Back Timeline videos that Facebook has created in honor of it’s 10th birthday. And we all (most likely) are really wishing that Breaking Bad could last forever/eagerly awaiting Better Call Saul.
It shouldn’t surprise anyone that Buzzfeed’s immense growth over the past several months is anything but organic.
Yesterday, Business Insider chief correspondent Nicholas Carlson stuck a subtle shiv into his competitors at Buzzfeed, attributing the site’s success in exploiting Facebook’s ever-evolving newsfeed algorithm to its practice of buying traffic in the form of Facebook ads—as opposed to, you know, attracting readers. Then he took it out. Without telling anyone.
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