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The Tomorrow People 

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Evolved humans with amazing abilities (Teleportation, Telekinesis, Telepathy) are being hunted down by agents of Ultra.
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Series cast summary:
Robbie Amell ...  Stephen Jameson 22 episodes, 2013-2014
Peyton List ...  Cara Coburn 22 episodes, 2013-2014
Luke Mitchell ...  John Young 22 episodes, 2013-2014
Aaron Yoo ...  Russell Kwon 22 episodes, 2013-2014
Madeleine Mantock ...  Astrid Finch 22 episodes, 2013-2014
Mark Pellegrino ...  Dr. Jedikiah Price 22 episodes, 2013-2014
Jeffrey Pierce ...  Jack Jameson / ... 15 episodes, 2013-2014
Simon Merrells ...  The Founder / ... 14 episodes, 2013-2014
Jacob Kogan ...  Luca Jameson 12 episodes, 2013-2014
Sarah Clarke ...  Marla Jameson 11 episodes, 2013-2014
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The story of several young people from around the world who represent the next stage in human evolution, possessing special powers, including the ability to teleport and communicate with each other telepathically. Together they work to defeat the forces of evil. Written by CW

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Different is dangerous.

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USA

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English

Release Date:

9 October 2013 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A kiválasztottak See more »

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Dolby Digital

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16:9 HD
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The 3 main characters all went on to act in Superhero Tv shows Robbie Amell (The Flash) Peyton List (The Flash) Luke Mitchell (Marvels Agents of Shield). See more »

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[repeated season one introduction to episode recap]
Stephen Jameson: [V.O] My name is Stephen Jameson. I am one of the Tomorrow People, the next step in human evolution. They call our powers the three Ts: telepathy...
Cara Coburn: [telepathically] Stephen?
Stephen Jameson: [V.O] Telekinesis, and teleportation. There is a shadow war going on between us and Ultra...
[Jedikiah fires at John]
Stephen Jameson: NO!
[Stephen stops time around the Tomorrow People]
Stephen Jameson: [V.O] ... A secret organization that hunts us. The only way to keep my species from going extinct is to find ...
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i rate this slightly above a "trapped in the closet" out of 10.
22 November 2013 | by tomhg38See all my reviews

Waited a few episodes (currently 7 in) before i gave my opinion of the show. Can now safely point out enough problems with the show to know beyond doubt that the show is happy being at best mediocre and successful amongst a less discerning younger crowd than anyone looking for a show that actually depicted a truthful telling of a world in which people had supernatural abilities.

First of all i instantly had a huge problem with one of the core concepts of the world they created. Apparently these people all had random genetic mutations to turn into the same form of post-human species, and this mutation means that they have telepathy, telekinesis, teleportation and potentially more T related mental powers. They also mutated to have DNA markers that forbid them from killing anyone.

In the show there are said post humans on both the "good" and "bad" side of the fence as it is introduced to us. However neither can kill each other, they all use tranq guns and are at a constant disadvantage because they cant actually finish off any of the government agents they fight, simply run and hide. In the first episode one of the T people even grabs the bad guys gun but he cant pull the trigger even to save his life. However in the seventh episode a T person knocks out a character and puts him face down in a stream of water which would have killed him had saviors not appeared at a later date.

How then does this "cannot kill" gene work? Its not based on intent to kill, the Drowner hopes very much that he winds up dead, and then deliberately puts him in a situation that he almost certainly will die. Another breakout T person pushes someone off a roof and again he is only saved by the arrival of a teleporting friend at the last minute, and whilst he wasn't deliberately seeking to murder anyone again we see the potential murder of someone by a T person.

Why not just get a gun, put it to someones head then imagine its a windex bottle and close your eyes as you pull the trigger. The DNA will never know and you can stop running. This plot device is horrendous, makes absolutely no sense to anyone with half a brain and they constantly ruin its continuity, it alone makes the show ridiculous to the point of being trash.

Then there's the protagonist, an untrained teenage boy with no combat experience goes to work for the government agency killing or forcefully drugging and removing the powers of his species. Sees multiple of them be killed or tortured at the hands of this organisation and still isn't sold on them being that bad. This character would fence sit in nazi controlled Germany in 1943. Anyway while hes "finding himself" and endangering the lives of a bunch of people he then walks into a ruthless government organisation killing people like himself and makes some half arsed lie about why he didn't do as he was ordered or why people report seeing other T people helping him, and then the government organisation's head threatens to kill him if he even smells anything fishy but then walks off and lets him keep working against the organisation.

Then finally because having inept scripts and ridiculous plot devices that allow a 16 year old (whose actually 25) to somehow fool a murdering government agency while still attending school and not forgetting to spend time with his family and friends ISN'T quite enough to make teenagers want to watch this with their minds switched off, there's a love triangle, betrayal of friends to be with their girlfriends and best friends that you mindread love you because it wasn't obvious by them spending every waking second around you.

If you came here looking for a show with the honesty and integrity of say breaking bad or the newsroom but focused on supernatural powers and evolution of the human race, you wont get passed the first 10 minutes or so. If you want another show to watch that has "dreamy actors" and don't care that its insulting your intelligence in order to make you feel less lonely and loved, then you'll probably find this review not helpful and watch the hell out of it.


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