Thursday, October 31, 2013

From LA Examiner: 'The Tomorrow People' Photos and Spoilers from Luke Mitchell and Greg Berlanti; NBC re-teams with Tina Fey and Ellie Kemper...

One of the things that has seemed the most tragic to us personally about the titular Tomorrow People on The CW's new super powers drama is that those who represent the evolved stage of human evolution are the ones that are looked at as "different" and therefore hunted. Whether out of fear or envy or a combination, these people have been abused enough to want to strike back out of revenge and/or run underground just to stay out the firing range. And John Young (Luke Mitchell) might just be the most tragic case of them all-- a young man who is different even when among his own people because [Spoiler Alert] Ultra experimented on him and managed to tweak his DNA enough to give him the ability to kill, which his fellow Tomorrow People cannot. John is keeping that secret-- for now-- but with his promise to Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino) to stand and fight rather than turn and run should their kinds cross path in the streets, it doesn't seem like he will be able to hold it in for long... [MORE]

"First Look: The Tomorrow People's Russell's flashback episode"

We've already seen Cara (Peyton List) and John's (Luke Mitchell) breakout flashback episodes on The CW's The Tomorrow People, and both were quite tragic. So soon the show will deliver Russell's (Aaron Yoo), but just because he is a more comedic character in present day doesn't mean that some of that humor isn't simply to deflect from the angst or anguish he feels from his past. His breakout episode is not set up to be a palate cleanser by any means-- especially because the trip down memory lane starts when he learns his father has passed away... [MORE]

"NBC orders new Tina Fey/Ellie Kemper comedy"

Tina Fey and Ellie Kemper are returning to NBC sooner than you might have thought, and this time they will be working together. The peacock network committed to 13 episodes of a new half-hour comedy starring the former The Office star and 30 Rock scribe/star. This one has Fey writing again (alongside Robert Carlock) and Kemper in front of the camera as a woman who escapes from a doomsday cult and starts her life over in New York... [MORE]

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