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Greg Grunberg

Creator says there are still plenty of stories to tell in 'Heroes' universe

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. There are logical reasons for CBS to introduce a "Supergirl" TV show this fall (comic book movies are all the rage) and the nostalgic appeal of "The Muppets" on ABC is clear. But even in the current rehash, reboot and regurgitate TV culture, NBC's reliance on "Heroes Reborn" (8-10 p.m. Sept. 24) remains a head-scratcher. When "Heroes" debuted in 2006, it had a smash first season that made a star out of Zachary Quinto, who played villainous Sylar. But by the end of the show's first season with its unsatisfying finale, there was the hint of problems in long-term storytelling that only grew as the series wore on and...