The Tomorrow People

Series Summary
When Stephen Jameson starts hearing voices and teleporting in his sleep, he believes he is going crazy. In desperation, he listens to one of the voices and is led to a group of genetically advanced teens known as the tomorrow people, who are being hunted down by Ultra, a paramilitary group of scientists headed by Dr. Jedikiah Price. Torn by an offer from Price -- having a normal life among people he belongs, but in exchange for helping rid the world of tomorrow people -- Stephen chooses the higher road despite its probable surprises.

Air Dates: 2013 - Present

Genres: Drama, Science fiction, Action

Network: CW

  • Season 1, Ep. 22 : Son of ManMay 5, 2014

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    When Russell realizes his alliance was a mistake, he tries to make amends by saving Cara; Stephen tries to stop the extermination of humanity.

  • Season 1, Ep. 21 : Kill SwitchApr 28, 2014

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    Cara and Stephen try to buy Jedikiah time as he works on a possible antidote for the serum; Russell and the other rogue Tomorrow People come to a rash decision; John turns to Astrid for advice.

  • Season 1, Ep. 20 : A Sort of HomecomingApr 21, 2014

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    Everyone worries about the consequences of The Founder learning of Roger's possible return; Stephen enlists John and Cara to help him destroy the training machine; a group decides to head out in search of the refuge.

  • Season 1, Ep. 19 : Modus VivendiApr 14, 2014

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    Stephen's work as a double agent appears to be paying off; Russell is sent to meet with the founder; Jedikiah tries to hide his secret from Ultra.

  • Season 1, Ep. 18 : Smoke and MirrorsMar 31, 2014

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    Fed up with the lies Jedikiah has been telling, Stephen makes a decision about his alliances; Stephen's brother disappears.

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  • This won't be a show focusing on teenage angst, which is a healthy breath of fresh air from a network that capitalizes on brooding male protagonists.... One major aspect the pilot lacks is character development, as the fast-paced action and plot dominate the first hour to set up the series. Show More

  • Although predictable in predictable ways, there are enough twists and turns and, relatively speaking, complexities of character to keep things interesting, and a pivot at the end that I did not see coming. Which bodes well. Show More

  • It’s competently assembled and has a bland stylishness. What it lacks, at this point, is any kick in its storytelling: There are alienation, daddy issues and a looming love triangle, but they’re all pro forma. Show More

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