The Tomorrow People are British teens who have special powers. They can communicate to each other using telepathy. They can also transport themselves (they call it "Jaunting"). With the ... See full summary »
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The Tomorrow People are visited by Timus, an ambassador from the Galactic Federation. He tells them of the planet Pyrie, where telepaths are oppressed by the servants of the alien Khultan, and asks ...
Hitler has been revived from suspended animation, ready to take advantage of conditioning that will make everyone obey him. John and Hsui Tai join Major Hughes in a raid on his bunker to try and stop...
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This vampire spoof has Count Dracula moving to New York to find his Bride, after being forced to move out of his Transylvanian castle. There with the aid of assistant Renfield, he stumbles ... See full summary »
Susan Saint James,
The world stands on the brink of war. It's not a war with another country. It's not an alien invasion. It's a war with another of Earth's native species....Homo superior. MUTANTS The word ... See full summary »
The Tomorrow People are the next stage of human evolution. They can teleport, communicate by telepathy, heal with the power of thought and they are unable to kill or harm any living ... See full summary »
The Tomorrow People are British teens who have special powers. They can communicate to each other using telepathy. They can also transport themselves (they call it "Jaunting"). With the help of Tim their talking computer they battle the bad people of earth and space. Written by
Jeffrey Petro <Jeffp@iserver.icon.palo-alto.med.va.gov>
Actress Sammie Winmill (Carol) decided not to renew her contract after the first series to pursue bigger and better opportunities. See more »
In the episode "The Vanishing Earth", the Spidron (who is supposed to be a plant creature) is having a conversation with Steen and turns his head, revealing the actor's human head underneath the Spidron's hood. See more »
There were many reasons why British children ran home from school every Monday afternoon to watch The Tomorrow People. For some, it was a fantastic source of escapism from the everyday stresses of life. For some, the special effects were so cheesy it made then show a must-watch for a laugh. And there were those who ran home to see their Heathcliffs. The latter category is, unusually, the category that I, an innocent 21st century teenage girl, fall into.
Well, it's not as though these ladies-and gay men-could help it, couldn't they? There was John, a strong father figure, with chiselled good looks and luscious dark hair. There was Kenny, feisty but still a Catie pie. There was Stephen (one of my personal favourites), a nice young lad with a nice body and face. There was Tyso (another personal favourite), an adorable gypsy who went from cute to sexy in just a few stories. There was Mike, great to look at and a mean drummer, not too bright but still great to look at. And finally there was Andrew, an absolute sweetheart with a mischievous streak.
So those are the reasons why I watch the Tomorrow People. Oh, the stories were great too. But I mainly watch it for the hunky men. 8 out of 10 for that alone.
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