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'Tomorrow People' Recruits 'Graceland' Star for Key Role (Exclusive)

The Tomorrow People are about to meet a member of the villainous Founder's family. {C} Graceland star Serinda Swan will drop by for a guest-starring stint on The CW drama as the Founder's daughter when the series returns in 2014, The Hollywood Reporter learns exclusively. She will be introduced in the 13th episode.  Read More...   //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/dc6Tz4LBrHA/story01.htm

The Tomorrow People Season 1 Episode 8 “Thanatos”

The Tomorrow People  Season 1 Episode 8 “Thanatos” airs Wednesday December 4 2013 at 9pm on the CW television network. Episode Synopsis:  The Tomorrow People Season 1 Episode 8 “Thanatos” – Stephen is determined to uncover what he hopes is the key to finding his father, and crafts a plan with the Tomorrow People that involves getting inside Jedikiah’s head. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2013/12/04/the-tomorrow-people-season-1-episode-8-thanatos/

The Tomorrow People Recruits Actress Elizabeth Hurley for a Villainous Robot Voice Role

The CW's new breakout hit The Tomorrow People is expanding its cast roster with Elizabeth Hurley! The actress has been tapped to voice Alice, a clever computer-bot with an evil streak. Elizabeth Hurley is a robot! Not really, but she will be playing an artificial intelligence program on The Tomorrow People. E! News reported that the stunning 48-year-old actress will join the CW series in the voiceover role of Alice, a super-computer with a slight vindictive streak. It sounds like Dan Stevens' TIM is about to get an evil counterpart! Hurley is currently set to be in two episodes, with the possibility of returning for more. Don't miss new episodes of The Tomorrow People, Wednesdays on the CW, and stick with us at Celebified for more TV news.

'The Tomorrow People' Fall Finale Photos: 'Death's Door'

Official photos from the December 11 fall finale. //www.buddytv.com/slideshows/the-tomorrow-people-fall-finale-photos-deaths-door-33617.aspx

Exclusive: Meet The Tomorrow People's New Villain

  As if Stephen ( Robbie Amell ) and Cara ( Peyton List ) didn't have enough to contend with, there's a new baddie coming to town.  Gangster Squad 's James Landry Hebert is joining  The Tomorrow People   as The Wraith, a mysterious hitman who teleports past security and reads his victims minds, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.       //www.tvguide.com/News/Tomorrow-People-Wraith-James-Landry-Hebert-1074273.aspx?rss=breakingnews

THE TOMORROW PEOPLE: Original Series Star Nicholas Young on His Guest Spot on The CW Reboot

THE TOMORROW PEOPLE has recruited a very special guest star for tonight’s episode: Nicholas Young, who played Luke Mitchell’s character, John, on the original version of the series. (He’ll play Dr. Aldus Crick on The CW version.) I spoke with Young about him pitching himself for a different role on the series, being impressed with […] //www.givememyremote.com/remote/2013/12/04/the-tomorrow-people-original-series-star-nicholas-young-on-his-guest-spot-on-the-cw-reboot/

'The Tomorrow People's' Luke Mitchell never wanted to be an actor

Luke Mitchell appreciates that he has landed roles far more easily than most actors. Mitchell, who plays John Young in The CW's "The Tomorrow People," airing Wednesdays, had planned on becoming a pro tennis player.This wasn't just a kid's dream in the "I want to be a cowboy or astronaut" category. Mitchell played tennis competitively and comes from a very athletic family. His brother, Ben, is a world-ranked tennis player.When Mitchell quit, he haphazardly found acting."I never did drama at school," Mitchell tells Zap2itin his native Australian accent. "I did it for one term, when it was compulsory, and I hated it. Tennis was the main thing in my life, and I was not open to anything else. When I removed tennis from the equation, I didn't know who I was."Mitchell, who describes himself as shy, retains the athlete's determination to push himself out of his comfort zone."I stumbled onto an acting class one day, and... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/the-tomorrow-peoples-luke-mitchell-never-wanted-to-be-an-actor.html

'The Tomorrow People': The original John, Nicholas Young, on returning to the show

In the original British series of "The Tomorrow People," Nicholas Young played the character of John, the de facto leader of the genetically advanced young people. He returns to the series after almost 40 years in the upcoming episode, "Thanatos," playing Dr. Aldus Crick. Check out this interview for more on the character and actor.What can you say about your character in the new version of "The Tomorrow People"?Nicholas Young: Aldus Crick is an English, eccentric professor who, about 20 years ago, was a lecturer at Princeton University, where one of his colleagues -- Dr. Jedikiah Price -- was also a lecturer. And he introduces me to Roger Price who has these extraordinary abilities. He swears me to secrecy and from that time on, Roger Price and my character, Aldus Crick, try to develop a safe haven for Tomorrow People to hide away and choose the appropriate way to launch themselves on humanity as... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/the-tomorrow-people-the-original-john-nicholas-young-on-returning-to-the-show.html

'Tomorrow People': Mark Pellegrino on Jedikiah's Motives and Tension With John

  There may be more to Jedikiah than meets the eye on The Tomorrow People. In Wednesday's episode, "Thanatos," Stephen ( Robbie Amell ) hatches a plan to unearth information for what he believes will be key to finding out the whereabouts of his father Jack ( Jeffrey Pierce ), the savior of the Tomorrow People. The plan that he and the others concoct includes getting inside Jedikiah's ( Mark Pellegrino ) head. "Jedikiah is becoming a very surprising and very complicated character," Pellegrino tells , admitting that even he is shocked by the turn of events The CW drama has taken thus far. But things start to get hairy for Jedikiah and the Tomorrow People when the original plan starts to unravel.  Read More...   //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/8pRXCSGWc6o/story01.htm

'The Tomorrow People' spoilers: 5 things to know about 'Thanatos'

"The Tomorrow People" will return with a new episode -- "Thanatos" -- on Wednesday, Dec. 4. Find out what's coming with these five spoilers.1. The title of the episode, "Thanatos," was first uttered at the end of the last episode, "Limbo." What did Stephen's father mean by this strange word? The explanation is given throughout much of the episode but here are two hints: 1) It's Greek and 2) this is a nickname.2. Flashbacks in "Thanatos" focus again on John (Luke Mitchell). Fans already know that John left Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino) and ULTRA after being made into a killer. But this episode will show the exact event that made John run off on his own. It's a big deal.3. Nicholas Young, the actor who played John in the original "Tomorrow People" series, makes his first appearance as Dr. Aldus Crick. He proves to be very helpful to Stephen (Robbie Amell) and his friends.4. Jedikiah... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/11/the-tomorrow-people-spoilers-5-things-to-know-about-thanatos.html