They are the next evolutionary leap of mankind, a generation of humans born with paranormal abilities - the Tomorrow People. Stephen Jameson stands at the crossroads between the world we know and the shifting world of the future.
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Sounds good, thanks romeo.
Excellent! But sounds like a few other shows like Heroes, Alphas etc.
That's good for people like me that like those other shows :)
The CW Releases First Tomorrow People Trailer
Take a peek at one of this fall’s hotly anticipated new science fiction series!
Last month The CW officially announced that it had green-lit The Tomorrow People to series. An updated remake of the 1970s British series, the show follows a team of young people with extraordinary abilities who are being tracked by a sinister group of bad guys.
The Tomorrow People - Series Preview
cant wait! I love shows like this.
here's another clip
Yep I look forward to it, being the super power nut that I am. Yeah, seems like Alphas, Heroes, No Ordinary Family, The 4400 shows of the recent past - but they all have their own mythology/back story take. These shows are hard to sustain, apparently, but I'm always hopeful.
Original Series Cast Member Joins The Tomorrow People
The CW is all set to debut its remake of [i]The Tomorrow People — a British kids’ science fiction show from the 1970s, but now featuring sexy 20-somethings (playing teenagers, of course) and very much aimed at adults. But that doesn’t mean the show’s producers won’t go back to the source from time to time.
Today the studio announced that former Tomorrow People star Nicholas Young will appear on the new series in a recurring role.
Young played John in the original series — the role now played by Luke Mitchell. He also later reprised his role in a series of Big Finish audio dramas.
In the remake he’ll play Aldus Crick, “the scientist who first discovered and studied the original generation of Tomorrow People,” according to TV Guide. “Stephen (Robbie Amell) believes that Aldus, a friend of his father’s, may have information concerning his dad’s disappearance. However, by helping Stephen find his father, Aldus puts himself back on ULTRA’s radar and in danger with the very organization that forced him into hiding.”
The 64-year-old London native will appear in episodes 8 and 9 of the upcoming season, which premieres October 9.
The new series stars Robbie Amell, Luke Mitchell, Peyton List, and Aaron Yoo as young people with extraordinary abilities such as teleportation, telepathy, and telekinesis. Mark Pellegrino (LOST, Supernatural) co-stars as Dr. Jedikiah Price, Stephen’s uncle and the leader of ULTRA — the group that is hunting the Tomorrow People.
I am so excited for this new show to start! I love shows like this!
have enjoyed this so far
i new she was hiding it . good show lots of story angles
The Tomorrow People, Star-Crossed Cancelled After One Season
The CW came out of the gate with five new scripted dramas for the 2013-2014 season — four of them genre shows — and today news on their fates has arrived. Freshman sci-fi shows The Tomorrow People and Star-Crossed will not return next year.
The rest of this year’s freshman crop — The Originals, Reign, and latecomer The 100 — have been renewed for a second season.
The Tomorrow People enjoyed a solid opening behind Arrow in the fall, with its premiere drawing 2.32 million viewers (Live Same Day). It averaged 1.57 million each week before being moved to a weaker time slot on Mondays, where it averaged around 970,000 viewers for its final seven.
The series, following the crusades of a group of young people with supernatural powers, came out of the starting gates with a solid premise and a strong cast, but creatively failed to do all that much with its 22 episodes.
The alien-human high school relationship drama Star-Crossed debuted at mid-season to just 1.28 million viewers, and has averaged just below 1 million over 12 episodes. Creatively it seems as thought the show could have done a lot more with alien culture and intrigue, but writers instead chose to stick too closely to cliche formula of who was pining for who.
The final episode of the 13-episode season airs this Monday (8/7c).
The Carrie Diaries was also cancelled today. Previous renewals for The CW include Supernatural (heading into its tenth season), The Vampire Diaries (Season Six), Arrow (Season Three), and The Originals (Season Two). Hart of Dixie and Beauty and the Beast will also be back for more.