Microsoft reportedly looking to revive 'Heroes' TV show on MSN/Xbox

Microsoft reportedly looking to revive 'Heroes' TV show on MSN/Xbox

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It may not be remembered quite as well as Arrested Development, but it looks like Microsoft is aiming to bring back another big network TV show on a service that's decidedly outside the bounds of traditional TV. According to TV Line, that show is Heroes, which was cancelled by...
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