A young woman discovers she has the extraordinary power of teleportation.


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Series cast summary:
...  Henrietta Cole / ... 10 episodes, 2018
...  Jenna Hope 10 episodes, 2018
...  Deputy Anna Hulce / ... 10 episodes, 2018
...  Lucas Boone 10 episodes, 2018
...  Clay Boone 10 episodes, 2018
...  Cleo Cole / ... 10 episodes, 2018
...  Bill Boone 10 episodes, 2018
...  Jeremiah Miller 9 episodes, 2018
...  Nikolai 8 episodes, 2018
...  Townes Linderman 8 episodes, 2018
...  Patty Yang 7 episodes, 2018
...  Zach Jaymes 7 episodes, 2018
...  Dominick 5 episodes, 2018
...  Matthew 5 episodes, 2018
...  Amos Miller 5 episodes, 2018


16-year-old Henry Coles is an outsider in her new town of Reston, New York. With a major chip on her shoulder and no friends, she remains withdrawn and isolated, but everything changes when a traumatic encounter with a classmate triggers something deep within Henry- unleashing a power she cannot control.

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Both Enuka Okuma (Deputy Anna Hulce) and Matt Gordon (Mr. Hope) previously starred on the cop drama "Rookie Blue". See more »


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An Action SciFi Show
14 June 2018 | by See all my reviews

A lot of people become super critical about shows featuring high school teenagers. Yes, this show has a teenage protagonist who discovers they have a "superpower". However, this is not some super dorky or cheesy melodrama. The show was so much more for a few reasons:

For one, the storyline and acting are "well done." The acting felt genuine, the character responses to situations aligned with real human responses, and there was great character development (see bottom for my specific reason). I "actually" cared for the protagonist Henry throughout the series. The protagonist is a teenager, and some people can't stand lead roles featuring a teenager, let alone a strong female lead. However, I didn't feel like I was watching moody teenagers or overly melodramatic scenes. For me, it felt like real people dealing with some real challenges. Even my husband started watching the show because of me. He's was wary at first, but found the storyline is not dependent on the teenager factor. Like I said, its people dealing with "real challenges." Another reason for loving the show was the smooth transitions from episode to episode. I felt it left a person with just the right amount of questions and urged to continue watching. Most importantly, the end of the season answers questions to a point where a person won't feel lost, wondering what they just watched, or unsatisfied like many big-time shows have done in the past. Enough of the lore was left unanswered to set up for another season which I hope they complete and release in the future.

I felt there are a few things to keep in mind when watching IMPULSE. First, it is a SciFi type of show. "Superpowers" is used lightly but more as a way to make the unexplained digestible and understandable in the series. The series reminds me of Spiderman but set in more realistic circumstances. Second, themes of disability, sexual violence, and family conflict used are throughout the series. Third, it's a TV show. So sit back and enjoy.

I hope this review helps you!

WARNING: Slight Spoiler Alert below....... What happens to Henry that cascades her powers into action and affects her throughout the series is pretty spot on to how some individuals who have experienced sexual violence develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). I felt the entire series, actors, and writers did a great job at portraying some of the issues surrounding sexual violence, and the challenges victims face. Lastly, the opioid epidemic concerning Fentanyl is a huge issue right now. For some of us, it sits in the background aired on the news while other's are more directly affected. The use of the epidemic within the show helped with adding realistic features to the series.

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