However, there were already plans for season two in place, and Sendhil Ramamurthy teased a bit about the plans for the second season in an interview with Digital Spy.
“I know that if there were to have been a second season, that [series creator] Tim Kring had already spoken to me about my schedule. I think if it had done amazingly well, he would’ve tried to come up with some more story – but I think he has other plans for it now. Not necessarily on television, but using different platforms. I’m not quite sure where he’s heading with all that.”
Ramamurthy also revealed that he would have appeared more in Heroes Reborn if it hadn’t been for his schedule. He had signed on for Lucky Man for Sky 1. He flew back and forth between London and Toronto to film his appearances for Heroes Reborn. He said:
“They worked it out so I was flying back and forth between London and Toronto for the entire summer – shooting two TV series at the same time! I flew back and forth three times to shoot my little… extended cameos, really, is what we were able to work out, time-wise. So it wasn’t the arc that was planned for Dr Suresh to come back to Heroes, but I was just really grateful to be able to be a part of it at all.”
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