Exclusive Video: The Tomorrow People Are on the 'Brink of Something Truly Extraordinary'

The CW’s Tomorrow People possess powers of teleportation, telepathy and telekinesis, and it’s those special abilities that land them in hot water with Mark Pellegrino‘s paramilitary scientist in the following exclusive promo.

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But their gifts also represent the next step in human evolution, indicating that “something truly extraordinary” is on the horizon. They just need to survive to see it.

The Tomorrow People premieres Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 9/8c.

Press PLAY to watch the sneak peek, then hit the comments with your thoughts on the new series.

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  1. Matt says:

    Count me in! It looks even better than Arrow.. lol

  2. Cherry says:

    This looks amazing! The CW is really stepping up their game. I hope this is a hit, the cgi looks like the best they’ve ever had and it’s a really great cast

  3. TL says:

    Can’t wait for this!!!!

  4. Mark says:

    Can you say Alpha’s rip off CW, that was a solid show although I will give this a chance I’m still not convinced it will live passed the story lines already done in shows like Heroes and Alpha’s….

  5. Dan says:

    So wait…does each character have all 3 abilities instead of one or the other? if so, that’s pretty cool.

  6. Missy Kelly says:

    Will set this for series record on the DVR – please tomorrow people do not take the road travelled more by Heroes in the Second & Third Season!

  7. Josh says:

    eXtraordianry! Uncanny even! eXceptional! X-Men!…Oops, I mean, Exceptional! But yeah, the Tomorrow People definitely copied X-Men as they were getting big….So for all the “this is a rip-off of Heroes and Alphas…” let’s respect the OG here…They’re ripping off X-Men(government agents! Feared! Tomorrow people! Uncanny teenagers!!!)

  8. Joey says:

    Looks good. I can’t wait to watch the first episode.

  9. Abby says:

    I’m really looking forward to it but it does seem to be “borrowing” a lot from X-Men.

  10. I really enjoyed the original series on the BBC when I was young, I think this looks like it has real promise. And NO people, it’s not a ripoff of Alphas, Heroes, or X-men, it’s based on the original BBC show.

    • Josh says:

      Which was a rip-off of X-Men haha…X-Men predates the original show by a decade and X-men was very popular in the 70’s.

      • rarefied says:

        If you’ve ever seen the original, it had very little in common with the X-Men, other than being about teens with (identical, not different) superpowers. It had more of a science fiction than comics tone.

        • Josh says:

          So only the new series is copying X-Men? Even their new poster says “Different is dangerous”…which is a big theme in X-Men. Teens having super powers doesn’t equal X-Men. It’s the whole “We’re different so we’re feared” “we’re the next evolution so some fear us and hate us, while some of our think we’re “the rightful heirs” to the world”…

    • UKSentinel says:

      Glen, it was actually an itv show.

  11. Ty says:

    Who cares where the ideas are from; the real concern is weather they can balance a great story with the mandatory relationship malarkey, like in Arrow, or will it turn out like soo many of their ‘other’ shows.

  12. Mel says:

    The promo looks great. Time will tell if the show is just a good.

  13. Nelson Cooke says: