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


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 Scoop: Peyton List Talks The Fun of Being the Boss In Charge

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Now that Cara (Peyton List) has been voted the boss in charge for the Tomorrow People, things have been a bit more tense and tricky for her. No longer able to coast on her anger and frustration, Cara must be a leader and put everyone else’s needs above her own. This newfound position has been both a blessing and curse for her, but Cara has stepped up and been surprisingly successful in it.

In an exclusive interview, star Peyton List talked about the awakening of Cara as the leader of the Tomorrow People and how that has pushed her to reevaluate all the men in her life. [Read more…]

We Shine the Spotlight on THE TOMORROW PEOPLE Star Peyton List

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The CW drama series THE TOMORROW PEOPLE has thrown all its characters right into the fire. There are chases, fight scenes, kidnappings and lots and lots of physical challenges – not to mention the tantalizing romance mixed in. During a press interview at the Warner Bros. Mondo International Press Tour, star Peyton List talked about the challenges of working on such a rigorous show, as well as teasing what lies ahead in the Stephen-Car-John triangle. [Read more…]

THE TOMORROW PEOPLE: Luke Mitchell Talks What’s Next for John and Jedikiah for the Mid-Season Finale

With the mid-season finale of THE TOMORROW PEOPLE looming, fans are dying to find out the fate of John Young (Luke Mitchell), who was captured by Ultra in last week’s episode “Thanatos.” Fortunately, with one more episode to go before taking its holiday hiatus, THE TOMORROW PEOPLE is not going to leave fans hanging and they will see whether John can find a way to escape or if he will become the newest victim of The Founder and his minions at Ultra.

In a recent press interview at the Warner Bros. Mondo International Press Tour, star Luke Mitchell talked about what lies ahead in John and Jedikiah’s thorny relationship,  all the fun he is having filming the show, and why it stands out amongst all the other superpowered shows out there on television. [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…]

THE TOMORROW PEOPLE Preview: Scoop Straight from EP’s Greg Berlanti and Phil Klemmer

By: Sarah Stephens

Loving CW’s superhuman drama TOMORROW PEOPLE? Can’t get enough of the three T’s? (That would be teleportation, telekinesis and telepathy for us regular humans.) We’re in the same boat. So we went straight to the source to get the dish on this first season of TOMORROW PEOPLE from executive producers Greg Berlanti and Phil Klemmer. And while they kept the goods locked up tighter than Jedikiah’s biomedical Ultra compound, we were able to get a few juicy details. Like, when are we going to get more of those shirts off? Check it out.
But beware of SPOILERS….. [Read more…]

THE TOMORROW PEOPLE Scoop: Luke Mitchell Talks the Brewing Friction Between John and Stephen

What does a superhero club do when one of their own defects to the dark side?  In the new CW drama series THE TOMORROW PEOPLE, this is the very quandary that faces John Young (Luke Mitchell) after newcomer Stephen Jameson (Robbie Amell) turned his back on the very people who rescued him from his constant turmoil and insecurities.  It will then be a test whether John and Stephen can find a way to work together to defeat Ultra or whether there is a way for Ultra and the Tomorrow People to find a way to coexist — though that seems unlikely given how ruthlessly Ultra has hunted and exterminated those with gifted abilities. In an exclusive interview, star Luke Mitchell previewed what is next for our heroes and the trials they face as the series unfolds and tells the story of these unique individuals with such extraordinary powers. [Read more…]

THE TOMORROW PEOPLE Preview: Peyton List Talks the Three T’s and What Role Cara Has to Play

In the TV series THE TOMORROW PEOPLE, one day a teenage boy wakes up and finds out that he is not entirely human.  There is a newly evolving race of humanoids who call themselves the Tomorrow People and they are being hunted by the government.  No teenage boy should ever find himself faced with such a terrifying revelation. Fortunately for Stephen Jameson (Robbie Amell), he is not entirely alone.  He has someone to help guide him through this terrifying process, and his guide is a lovely young woman known as Cara (Peyton List).  Through use of her own abilities, Cara introduces Stephen to who the Tomorrow People are and why the government wants them eradicated.  In an exclusive interview, star Peyton List talked about what drew her to the complex role of Cara and the world of THE TOMORROW PEOPLE. [Read more…]