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Pilot season is upon us and that means an obscene amount of roles are up for grabs with networks looking to fill the lead and recurring roles on the numerous potential new shows. Each one needs talent to anchor the series, whether that is one actor or several leads, and it is important to get that casting right. If we had our choice, these are the actors who have demonstrated their abilities and who should get a call about leading their own new series next season.   Luke Mitchell “TheRead More
Luke Mitchell has finally landed on a new series following the end of The CW’s “The Tomorrow People.” The young actor has joined ABC and Marvel’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” according to The Hollywood Reporter. Mitchell will play an Inhuman named Lincoln. The charismatic young man will help Skye (Chloe Bennet) learn more about her heritage. This is one very important casting addition because of where the series left off in its winter finale. Viewers learned that Skye is really an Inhuman, more importantly the live action counterpart of comic book characterRead More
Robbie Amell is staying with The CW, but his fellow “The Tomorrow People” alum is jumping networks. THR reports Luke Mitchell has booked a role on ABC’s soapy drama “Members Only” (previously “The Club”). “Mercy” star Jaime Lee Kirchner has also joined the cast that also includes Betsy Brandt, Boris Kodjoe, Callie Hernandez and Chris Conroy. The drama is an upstairs-downstairs soap set at a private country club. Mitchell will play the role of Jesse, a new employee from the wrong side of the tracks, who may have ulterior motives.Read More
Son Of Man
After a freshman season of discovering their powers, learning to work together and choosing sides between good and evil, The CW’s “The Tomorrow People” are facing a cataclysmic event in their first season finale (which may even be a series finale since it hasn’t been renewed for a second season yet). Let’s hope there are no major cliffhangers left over at the end of this. The finale of “The Tomorrow People,” titled “Son of Man,” will air on Monday, May 5th at 9pm. Russell (Aaron Yoo) realizes his alliance withRead More
Death's Door
Real or not real? That is the question Stephen (Robbie Amell) will attempt to answer in tonight’s midseason finale of “The Tomorrow People,” as he crosses over to the other side in search of his maybe-maybe not dead father, Jack (guest star Jeffrey Pierce). In stills from the episode “Death’s Door,” Cara (Peyton List) and Russell (Aaron Yoo) take care of an unconscious Stephen after injecting him with something to no doubt slow down his heart and make him near death. It’s a horrible risk to take, but he isRead More
Times they are a’changin for “The Tomorrow People.” In just the first five episodes of The CW’s new series, which was just picked up for a full season, there’s been origin stories, epic fights, secrets revealed and even betrayals. Now it’s come time for the group to deal with death and Russell (Aaron Yoo) to get a backstory, as seen in stills from the November 13th episode, titled “Sorry For Your Loss.” Then in “Limbo,” airing on November 20th, John (Luke Mitchell) doesn’t look too happy to be back withRead More
All Tomorrow’s Parties
The CW released promotional images for the fifth episode of “The Tomorrow People,” appropriately titled “All Tomorrow’s Parties.” In the episode, the Tomorrow People decide it’s time to hit up a normal party, while Astrid (Madeleine Mantock) is on the hunt for info regarding Stephen. In the stills, we see a few of the Tomorrow People dressed to impress and enjoying themselves at a party. Russell (Aaron Yoo) appears to be concerned about something while John (Luke Mitchell) and Cara (Peyton List) enjoy a moment alone on the dance floor.Read More
The Tomorrow People
A pilot is supposed to be a new series’ best foot forward, something that will get viewers to come back, but if we’re being honest, it’s really not the best representation of what’s to come. For that, “The Tomorrow People” has taken to New York Comic Con to release a highlight reel from the first eight episodes, and it looks, in one word, amazing. In the sneak peek, Robbie Amell is front and center as Stephen Jameson, a young man who stands between the Tomorrow People, those with paranormal abilities likeRead More
The Tomorrow People
The fight for survival begins tomorrow, but today we have new promo images of “The Tomorrow People” showing off their abilities and preparing for war, courtesy of The CW. In this remake of the British 1970s series of the same name, newcomers Robbie Amell, Luke Mitchell, Peyton List and Aaron Yoo star as a group of humans who represent the next evolutionary leap of mankind. Their paranormal abilities making them a target for Ultra, a paramilitary organization that believe this new species is a threat, they’ve been forced into hidingRead More
‘The Tomorrow People’ – Episode 1×01 “Pilot”
Every little kid dreams of getting special abilities and becoming a superhero, but for Robbie Amell as Stephen Jameson in new series “The Tomorrow People,” it doesn’t seem like all it’s cracked up to be. There’s balancing your personal life, rigorous training and even torture at the hands of the bad guys in these stills from season one, episodes one and two, titled “Pilot” and “In Too Deep.” In these images from the series premiere, thanks to Tomorrow People TV, Stephen must learn to deal with his newfound abilities, allRead More