My Hero

The BEST seasons of My Hero

Every season of My Hero ever, ranked from best to worst by thousands of votes from fans of the show. The best seasons of My Hero!

George Sunday (Ardal O'Hanlon) is a mild-mannered shopkeeper who has an "alter ego". Whenever danger threatens, he changes into the superhero "Thermoman" and rushes off to save the world. One day, Thermoman saves Janet Dawkins (Emily Joyce) from certain death when she falls into the Grand Canyon. He takes a fancy to her and decides that he wants to get to know her better. He tries to get to know her as "George", since he doesn't want her to know about his "alter ego". Things don't go quite according to plan, however. George soon has to reveal to Janet that he's really Thermoman. She accepts him anyway and the two end up living together.

Last Updated: 5/26/2022Network: BBC One
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Season 4
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8.00
1 votes

#1 - Season 4

First Aired 8/8/2003

The fourth series of British television comedy My Hero ran from August 8, 2003, to October 10, 2003. It again featured ten episodes, and saw the entire main cast reprise their characters from Series three. The series was once again broadcast on BBC1, and was overseen by series creator Paul Mendelson. The series has never been released on DVD.

Season 5
star
8.00
1 votes

#2 - Season 5

First Aired 1/7/2005

Season 6
star
8.00
1 votes

#3 - Season 6

First Aired 7/21/2006

The sixth and final series of British television comedy My Hero ran from July 21, 2006 to September 10, 2006. This series featured eight episodes, and saw the majority of the main cast reprise their characters from Series five, with the exception of George Sunday, who decided to leave the series after episode one. He was replaced by actor James Dreyfus, who took the character of George Sunday into the new alias, George Monday. The series was once again broadcast on BBC1, and was overseen by series creator Paul Mendelson. Due to poor ratings for the series, and the poor public reception to Dreyfus, the series was axed, leading to the final two episodes being broadcast on Sunday lunchtimes, rather than the prime-time slot on Friday evenings. The series has never been released on DVD.

Season 2
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7.50
2 votes

#4 - Season 2

First Aired 5/21/2001

The second series of British television comedy My Hero ran from May 14, 2001 to June 18, 2001. The series featured six episodes, and the entire main cast reprised their characters from series one, with the exception of minor character Avril. This series saw Janet Dawkins become Janet Sunday, after marrying George, and Janet and George having their first child, Ollie Sunday. The series was broadcast on BBC1, and was again overseen by series creator Paul Mendelson. The series was released on DVD on August 7, 2007.

Season 3
star
7.50
2 votes

#5 - Season 3

First Aired 6/7/2002

The third series of British television comedy My Hero ran from June 7, 2002 to August 23, 2002. The series featured ten episodes, and the entire main cast reprised their characters from series two. The series was broadcast on BBC1, and was again overseen by series creator Paul Mendelson. The series was released on DVD on October 7, 2002, becoming the first series of the show to ever be released on DVD.

Season 1
star
7.00
2 votes

#6 - Season 1

First Aired 2/4/2000

The first series of British television comedy My Hero ran from February 4, 2000, to December 22, 2000. The series featured seven episodes, and introduced the main cast of George Sunday, Janet Dawkins, Piers Crispin, Tyler, Mrs. Raven, Arnie, Ella Dawkins, Stanley Dawkins and Avril. The series was broadcast on BBC1, and was overseen by series creator Paul Mendelson. The series was released on DVD on January 26, 2007.