Heroes fans can look forward to a double helping of the US drama this Wednesday on BBC Two.
In ‘Fallout’ Peter is in police custody after being mistakenly arrested in Odessa, forcing Nathan to take time out of his Congressional campaign,
Claire, meanwhile, deals with the implications of telling her father the truth, while Matt and Audrey pursue a new lead in the hunt for Sylar � unaware that the killer has been captured by Mr Bennet.
Hiro and Ando arrive in Odessa, but too late to “save the cheerleader”. After Niki learns of alter-ego Jessica’s recent actions, she must make a difficult decision to keep her family safe, and decides to get herself arrested. Mohinder takes fresh steps down his newly chosen path by coming back to New York and continuing his father’s research.
Elsewhere, Isaac’s painting of the exploding man comes into context with major consequences for the future of a certain hero, just as an even more mysterious painting is unveiled.
The second episode – Godsend – sees Matt reveal his abilities to his wife. Now that she knows the truth, Claire tries to make sense of her life, and Hiro seeks the sword that he is destined to own.
Niki, meanwhile, must face the consequences of her decision to turn herself in to the police, while Simone and Nathan worry about Peter � who has been in a coma for two weeks.
The double bill is followed by Heroes Unmasked � Mohinder’s Journey in which
Actor Sendhil Ramamurthy reveals how his Heroes character, Mohinder Suresh, has fought to find the truth behind his father’s theories and hunt down the man behind his murder. Mohinder’s world has been turned upside down, and a new journey for the unlikely hero has just begun…
Heroes and Heroes Unmasked, Wednesday 26 September 9.00 – 10.30pm BBC TWO