What really lurks beneath The Haitian's cool exterior on Heroes? Jimmy Jean-Louis tells TVGuide.com that more details will emerge about the mysterious man who manipulates memories.
"We will get to know him in Haiti, get to know his brother, get to know him," Jean-Louis promised during a launch party for Gears of War 2. But he also lamented how little we still actually know about the Haitian as a person. "Does he have a girl? Does he have a few girls? Kids?" Jean-Louis asked.
"Down the line, it would be nice to have a storyline that makes him a little bit more human.
Will Pushing Daisies creator and former Heroes writer Bryan Fuller bring new life to NBC's struggling series?
Jimmy Jean-Louis (aka The Haitian) tells TVGuide.com the rumblings about a return are real.
Get the details from Jean-Louis after the jump.
Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi and America's Second Harvest are partnering on a charity auction featuring such gets as lunch with SVU's Mariska Hargitay, dinner with Heroes' Jimmy Jean-Louis and a visit with Food Network's Sandra Lee. Visit eBay.com/woodbridge for deets.... The fan site Jalopnik.com has photos suggesting that the new K.I.T.T. being used for NBC's upcoming Knight Rider movie/backdoor pilot is a 550 HP Ford Shelby GT500KR. Mind you, this K.I.T.T. shape-shifts, Transformers-like, so for all we know he's really a Pinto.... London simply wasn't getting into the groove, and as such a West End adaptation of Desperately Seeking Susan is being shuttered a month after opening night.
Episode Recap: "Four Months Ago"Bonsoir mes amis! Leah Friedman (Friday Night Lights, among other blogs) in for Casey tonight, and I figured I'd stick with the Montréal theme. I'm thrilled to be filling in for her for the second in what will hopefully become a series of great Heroes episodes. We all know about the griping (and yes, I've done my own fair share of it this fall) about how the season started out, but between last week and this week, I'm hoping we can all agree that the show is back on track. It was certainly a subtle episode by Heroes standards; more along the lines of last season's "Company Man" than anything else, and as a character study of the Petrellis, Elle and the Sanders family, it worked well most of the time.First off, thank you Tim Kring for finally revealing just how in the hell Peter ended up in Ireland. We already knew that Nathan saved New York from Peter, but in dueling bouts of self-sacrifice, Peter rescued a falling, burning Nathan and deli...
Episode Recap: The LineHeroes has never made me lose interest, but it did get off to a slow start. I knew tonight would be a good episode. OK, I hoped tonight would be a great episode. It was the lead-in to November sweeps. However, I didnt want to set my expectations too high. Ive noticed a growing trend with network television: they build up the months of November, February and May for Nielsen ratings, and then leave us hanging. Sometimes, the episodes that air during those sweeping months live up to the abundance of promos, previews and annoying scroll lines under everything you watch. Other times, a ferry crashes and we are left with the letters WTF on our minds. That being said, lets recap.Weve all been through high school hell, and Ive watched the genius of Tina Fey's Mean Girls, but do people like the cheerleading captain really exist? If so, then she got what she deserved. (When she wrote the number of pounds to lose on the girls' f...