'The Tomorrow People' review: The futuristic, sci-fi drama we need today

The CW is going all-in with sci-fi/fantasy shows as is evident from the network's fall TV lineup, and the biggest sure-to-be hit is futuristic series "The Tomorrow People."The drama stars "Arrow" star Stephen Amell's younger cousin Robbie Amell as Stephen Jameson (that's not confusing at all, right?), a troubled teen who discovers he's not troubled at all ... he's gifted. He represents the next stage of evolution: a person who can control the three T's (teleportation, telekinesis, and telepathy). Instead of harping on and on about whether or not Stephen will accept his new lot in life, he grabs the bull by the horns, takes the new discovery in stride, and doesn't look back. This won't be a show focusing on teenage angst, which is a healthy breath of fresh air from a network that capitalizes on brooding male protagonists.Sure, there is emotional baggage that comes with Stephen's new responsibilities: he finds out that...



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