Beyond Wikia

Seventy-six million fans around the world tuned in every week, through broadcast TV, cable, internet and mobile devices to follow the global phenomenon, Heroes, created by Tim Kring. Showcasing stories about ordinary people discovering that they possess extraordinary abilities, Heroes stands as the most watched program in the history of television.

An extension of the hour-long Heroes drama, Heroes Evolutions set the bar high for multiplatform storytelling when it won the Primetime Emmy® for Interactive Television in 2008; and in April 2010, Kring received the Pioneer Prize at the International Digital Emmy Awards in Cannes in recognition of his industry-leading creativity in multiscreen storytelling.

During the summer of 2010, Kring teamed with Nokia to launch the Conspiracy For Good, a global movement that allows the audience to become part of the story to create positive real-world change. The pilot engaged an audience online, through Nokia mobile apps, and on the streets of London, while incorporating charitable and social benefits with Room to Read and the Pearson Foundation. Through this unique blend of entertainment and philanthropy, Conspiracy For Good delivered funding to build five school libraries in Zambia, more than 10,000 books to stock the library shelves, and created 50 new scholarships for deserving schoolgirls. Conspiracy For Good was nominated for an International Digital Emmy Award in April of 2011.

2012 saw the premiere of Kring’s series, Touch, starring Kiefer Sutherland, which went on to air on Fox for two critically acclaimed seasons. Daybreak, an interactive, multiplatform series executive produced by Tim Kring and presented by AT&T in association with BBDO, saw its online premiere in May 2012.

Dig, a limited series suspense-thriller co-created with Gideon Raff, arrived in the spring of 2015 on the USA Network to widespread praise.

On September 24, 2015, to the thrill of fans around the globe, Heroes Reborn premiered as a limited series event, delivering the latest chapters in the ongoing Heroes saga.

In 2014, along with Dan Friedkin and Bradley Thomas, Kring formed Imperative Entertainment, a production company focused on the development, production, and financing of original and branded entertainment across multiple platforms.