The Tomorrow People 1 Season 2013

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Season 1
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1. Pilot AGES_15_AND_OVER

Stephen Jameson is a 16-year-old teenager living in New York City who has been waking up in different places and doesn't know why until a young woman, named Cara, informs him that he is of a different species called Homo Superior - the Tomorrow People.

Starring:
Robbie Amell, Luke Mitchell
Runtime:
42 minutes

Available in HD on supported devices

Pilot

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres Science Fiction
Director Danny Cannon
Starring Robbie Amell, Luke Mitchell
Season year 2014
Network Warner Bros.
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. L. A. Guest on 27 May 2014
Format: Blu-ray
This series just got better and better. You have no idea who the bad guys really area all the way through. Excellent writing, a cast that can actually act (for those that remember the original and next gen series), special effects that are beautifully created, the fight scenes are given an epic twist with teleportation and a story that has a numerous twists throughout making sure you never really are sure who is good and who is bad.

I have waited 30+ years for someone to create a more adult version of this series so it can be done some kind of justice finally without bad acting and little wierdisms (the 90's version), this is it. Unfortunately the CW seemed intent on killing it off by moving it's time slot, which is the main way of killing something in America and then giving a totally stupid response as to why they cancelled it, yet kept lower rating shows. Prove them wrong, buy this DVD/BR series, buy one for someone else too. Show them that the Nielsen system is totally outdated and wrong.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Harry on 9 Jun 2014
Format: DVD
guys if you love this show then sign this partition to get it back for a season 2 as it has now been cancelled. [...]
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Whitehead TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 Jun 2014
Format: DVD
The next stage of human evolution has begun. All over the world, individuals are developing the powers of telepathy, telekinesis and teleportation. A secret government-funded agency, Ultra, is tasked with keeping these individuals under control or removing their powers altogether. However, a small group of 'Tomorrow People' has taken refuge under the streets of New York and is preparing for the day when they can escape persecution.

The Tomorrow People is an SF franchise with some history behind it. It originally aired from 1973 to 1979 as a zero-budget children's programme in the UK. Although almost forgotten today, it remains the second-longest-running British SF show of all time in terms of episode count (just beating out Red Dwarf). The series was then revived in 1992 for a three-season run. The premise of both shows was that humanity is developing into another form of life - homo superior* - and that the new 'break-outs' (humans who have developed these powers) need to be helped by the existing Tomorrow People to deal with their newfound abilities. Both shows also used more overtly SF elements like aliens and robots, with the Tomorrow People using an alien spacecraft as their headquarters and relying on a powerful AI named TIM to help them.

This latest reboot is from the American CW network and is surprisingly faithful to the original show. Character names are reused, original lead actor Nicholas Young has a cameo and even TIM (now a human-built computer) returns. However, the premise is complicated, darkened and made a bit less hokey. There are no aliens or spaceships and the struggle is now presented as being between the Tomorrow People and those humans aware of their existence and who see them as a threat, not a symbol of hope.
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Format: DVD
Why ih why evertime we get a great series on tv the powers that be cancel it!!! The Fades Demons Primeval etc... WHY?? What really annoys me they replace it witb aloada rubbish come tv bosses give us what WE what to watch!!!
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By bethystar2 on 3 July 2014
Format: Amazon Instant Video Verified Purchase
absolutely brilliant episode.
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