I don't know if I missed it or if it was really hidden, but I did not see the whole last five minutes of the " Pilot "of The Tomorrow People coming. I felt pretty confident that I knew where the episode was going from the beginning, but it turned out that more
The CW's new sci-fi drama series feels oh so familiar. But there's not necessarily anything wrong with that. Read More...
The Tomorrow People , the CW's newest foray into genre television drama, might seem a little familiar at first blush: the prospect of good-looking young mutants being recruited to hone their powers and fight crime will be familiar to anyone who's ever rea more
Teenager awakes with newfound superpowers. These powers are exciting, but also frightening and alienating; said teen is forced to weigh carefully whom he or she can trust with the full truth. Sometimes these special abilities make the teen feel confident, more
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 more
'Tomorrow People' features powerful mutants — again — and is the third version of a British series first aired in the '70s. Still, it holds promise.
If the time ever does come when the world is revealed to be full of super-powerful mutants, it is goi more
New York Times Tv Reporter
Oct 10, 2013 12:46PM EDT
“The Tomorrow People” on CW finds more latent paranormal ability among teenagers dealing with evil adults.
It’s really dangerous to get as excited for a show as I’ve been for The Tomorrow People because you build your expectations up so high that the show could never actually meet them. Thankfully, that wasn’t the case with this show. It met, and in some cas more