‘The Cape’ and ‘No Ordinary Family’ take flight as ‘Heroes’ takes a fall

May 21, 2010 | 3:31 p.m.

So it’s official that “Heroes” has been canceled by NBC, bringing an end to the once-high-flying show that, in most everyone’s view, tumbled down to Earth quite a while ago. But ABC and NBC each hope to recapture the “Heroes” audience with a new heroic ventures — “The Cape” and “No Ordinary Family.” Let’s take a look…

— Jevon Phillips


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