Save the cheerleader ... again? Heroes may be getting a reboot!

We thought we were done with NBC's Heroes. But the drama, which ran for four seasons, may get a reboot. MSN is interested in using its Xbox entertainment studio to relaunch the series. Apparently they're already in talks for a revival.

Their version of Heroes will focus on a new group of superpowered people. They also plan on having cameos of some of the show's original characters. Since the actors have moved on to other things, their inclusion will hinge on their schedules. Right now, the show's in the preliminary stages of development.

Heroes originally debuted on NBC Sept. 25, 2006. It was an instant hit and gave us to the haunting tagline "Save the cheerleader, save the world." The cast included Milo Ventimiglia, Hayden Panettiere, Masi Oka, Greg Grunberg, Sendhil Ramamurthy and Zachary Quinto.

Since its cancellation in 2010, most of its stars have kept busy. Panettiere headlines ABC's Nashville, Oka is a regular on CBS' Hawaii Five-O, and Quinto appears in a little film franchise called Star Trek.

Should they reboot Heroes, or leave it in the past?

(via TVLine)

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