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Such a great sitcom! The show has a very distinctive quirkiness combined with humor, suspense, good special effects and a creepy menacing undertone to make for a very addictive first season.
A group of young people are brought together because of their special powers (Invisibility, telekinesis,telepathy,doppleganging,electrical conductivity) and the need to be protected from an agency that seeks to abduct and control them. Very similar to New Mutants but with more concentration on the "family's" personal lives and how they try to assimilate in a small town where they have to hide their abilities.
I believe it is only available in Spanish on DVD but well worth watching if you understand Spanish.
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