As we already stated, Heroes is coming back. The reboot 'Heroes Reborn' will air this fall on NBC. Some days ago the network announced its fall schedule and it's official: Heroes will get the Thursdays' spot and it will start Thursday, September 24th at 8/9 c. It will lead into Blacklist's third season. Finally we have a preview of what is coming, and it seems that a bleak and gloomy world is waiting for us.

The new trailer is available on NBC's official Facebook page and NBC's website. What can we expect? The new motto as "Save the Cheerleader, Save the World" is now "Where are the heroes?".

After the game-changing season 4/Series finale, it seems that the government has started to trace people with extraordinary abilities who are hiding themselves for good. Except for Ryan Guzman's character that says: "it doesn't matter how ordinary you think you are. We all have the potential to be Heroes." Then after a series of images of people all around the world using their powers, including a little girl that creates polars lights, we also have Robbie Kay's lines: "You ever got the feeling that you are meant to do something extraordinary?"

The first footages show new faces like Dylan Bruce from Orphan Black, Gaitilin Gree, Judi Shekoni from EastEnders, Kiki Sukezane, Toru Uchikado, Eve Harlow from the 100, Nazneen Countractor, Rya Kihilstedt, Ryan Guzman from 'Pretty Little Liars' and Francesca Eastwood.

Zachary Levi, as we already said, will be one of the lead-in and from the trailer he seems to interpret a far more dark and dangerous character than his previous Chuck Bartowski. Apparently his character will do anything in his power to reach his goals.

As we can watch from the trailer, Hiro and HRG will be back as well.

Masi Oka will star again as Hiro, but this time as the darkest hero we see from the future's storylines of season 1. Hrg seems again involved in the investigations of the secret organization, he controlled in the previous seasons. Angela Petrelli will be back as well, as Cristine Rose signed a contract for the return as guest-star in the new 13-episodes season.

Heroes will be part of San Diego Comic-Con. It will come back after the successful 2008 and 2009 panels and we will have new juicier details about the future of the show. What do you think about the trailer? Will you watch the Eclipse all over again this fall?