THE TOMORROW PEOPLE Scoop: Mark Pellegrino Talks the Looming Face-Off Between Jedikiah and the Founder and the Battle for Stephen’s Allegiance

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This past episode of THE TOMORROW PEOPLE took Stephen (Robbie Amell) and John (Luke Mitchell) to the brink of nearly killing the Founder (Simon Merrells), only to allow him to live after hearing his plea that he did everything to protect them all from annihilation by the humans. That left Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino) on the run the second he realized that the Founder still lived and that Stephen had betrayed him.

In an exclusive interview, star Mark Pellegrino talked about the tug-of-war for Stephen, Ultra, and the ongoing fight of the humans versus the Tomorrow People for worldwide domination and survival. [Read more…]

THE TOMORROW PEOPLE Scoop: EP Phil Klemmer Dishes On How Much Trouble Leven Rambin’s Character Stirs Up, Whether There’s Hope for a John/Astrid Romance, and the Return of the Diabolic Julian

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All hell is about to break loose on THE TOMORROW PEOPLE. Not only is Julian (James McKay) back, he’s working with Ultra and they are going to breach the lair — and there will be no where to hide. Worse yet, there’s a new wild-child on the horizon ready to wreak havoc in their world with what remains. And just what is Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino) really up to? Will there be a face-off between Jedikiah and the Founder? And best of all, is there time for romance and will John (Luke Mitchell) and Astrid (Madeleine Mantock) figure out there’s something between them before it’s too late?

In an exclusive press call, executive producer Phil Klemmer talked about all these things and more as THE TOMORROW PEOPLE races towards its Season 1 finale. [Read more…]

THE TOMORROW PEOPLE: Robbie Amell Talks The Search for Stephen’s Dad and Trouble with The Founder

Only half way through its first season and THE TOMORROW PEOPLE has surprised fans with reveals that genetically-enhanced Tomorrow People can kill, that Stephen Jameson’s dad (Jeffrey Pierce) may still alive but trapped, and the kidnapping of Ultra’s ruthless leader Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino) who naturally sprang a trap for John (Luke Mitchell) at the end of last week’s thrilling episode.  With John’s life on the life, the pressure is on Stephen (Robbie Amell) to step up and protect them all.

In a recent press interview at the Warner Bros. Mondo International Press Tour, star Robbie Amell talked about what the second half of the season will bring for his character and rules that they try to adhere to in order to make THE TOMORROW PEOPLE world more real. [Read more…]

THE TOMORROW PEOPLE Preview: Dealing With the Devil Within

In the last episode as Stephen (Robbie Amell) was fighting for his life with a deviant criminal, he saw something significant: his father. Not only was Jack Jameson (Jeffrey Pierce) alive, but he gave Stephen a critical one word message: Thanatos. Just what is Thanatos and what does it mean? In this week’s episode, Stephen and his Tomorrow People cohorts try to unravel that mystery.

Significantly, this week’s episode appropriately entitled “Thanatos” explores two parallel stories. The first is the search for Thanatos, which takes them directly to Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino); and the second, is a flashback look at the day John (Luke Mitchell) agreed to be transformed into an advanced version of the Tomorrow People – one that can kill. That pivotal day is seen both through Jedikiah’s eyes and John’s eyes and how that tragic day changed both their lives forever.

So while Stephen does what he always does, infiltrates Ultra headquarters and tries to get as much information as he can through their systems, and by asking one or two questions that may or may not raise some suspicion. [Read more…]

Comic Con Quickie: Mark Pellegrino Talks THE TOMORROW PEOPLE

All you already smitten with THE TOMORROW PEOPLE? We here at theTVaddict.com sure as heck are! Which is why we thought now might be as good a time as any to share this San Diego Comic Con shot video with the always mysterious, not to mention delightfully fun to watch, Mark Pellegrino. See for yourself, after the jump. [Read more…]

PaleyFest Fall TV Preview: Robbie Amell, Mark Pellegrino and Julie Plec Preview THE TOMORROW PEOPLE


By Sarah Stephens

The CW is determined to be the leader in genre programming. They’ve covered vampires, witches, werewolves, comic books superheroes and everything else under the spectrum. With the new pilot THE TOMORROW PEOPLE, premiering Wed, Oct 9th at 9pm, they’re taking on the next steps in human evolution. Based on a British series from the 70’s, the Tomorrow People are seemingly normal humans with latent “special powers” like telekinesis, teleportation and telepathy, which break out in their teens. Mix in a super-secret military organization hunting down the Tomorrow People, long dead family secrets coming to the surface and some pretty fun visual effects and you’ve got an entertaining new series.

But will THE TOMORROW PEOPLE stand out amongst a slew of new shows this fall and all the genre series already established? Time and some decent writing will tell. THE TOMORROW PEOPLE has a powerhouse team behind it in executive producers Greg Berlanti (ARROW), Julie Plec (VAMPIRE DIARIES) and director Danny Cannon (NIKITA). Not to mention a strong (and very attractive) cast lead by Robbie Amell (1600 PENN) staring as Steven Jameson and Mark Pellegrino (LOST, SUPERNATURAL) as antagonist Dr. Jedikiah Price. Series leads Robbie Amell and Mark Pellegrino joined Greg Berlanti, Julie Plec and Danny Cannon at the Paley Center Fall TV Preview for the CW in Beverly Hills. First, they stopped by the red carpet to chat with us on what THE TOMORROW PEOPLE is all about and to give some insight on what to expect from the first season. [Read more…]