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Why do we want autistic kids to have superpowers?

Tonight sees the launch of Touch, Kiefer Sutherland's show about a father whose non-neurotypical son turns out to be able to predict future events. This comes on the heels of Alphas, which also gave us Gary, another person who appears to be on the autism spectrum but who has the ability to see hidden energies. And the… » 1/25/12 11:21am 1/25/12 11:21am

Watch the first Trailer for Fox's Touch, in which Kiefer Sutherland's…

Check out the first trailer for Fox's spring drama series about Kiefer Sutherland and his special little boy. Turns out Sutherland's child, who doesn't communicate and climbs cell phone towers, can see the present, past and future all at once. And now it's up to Kiefer to decipher his kid's coded message — which is… » 10/07/11 6:30am 10/07/11 6:30am

Heroes' Kring: Season Two Wasn't As Bad As You Think

As NBC's superheroic drama prepares to return for its third season, creator Tim Kring is trying to remind people that its second wasn't the disaster that so many people seem to remember it as. Talking to the Official Heroes Magazine, Kring said, "You can't really plan for the audience's reaction to things and one of… » 9/19/08 3:30pm 9/19/08 3:30pm

A 40-Year Acid Trip, From Literary Axe-Man And Heroes Creator

A collaboration so unlikely, it could have come from alternate history: Tim Kring, creator of TV's Heroes, is teaming up with Dale Peck, the literary author and critic best known for calling Rick Moody the worst writer of his generation. Their trilogy will be an alternate history/science fiction story that starts in… » 4/10/08 1:24pm 4/10/08 1:24pm