When Stephen Jameson begins hearing voices and waking up in strange places, he starts to question his sanity. When he decides to listen to one of the voices in his head, it leads him to his first encounter with the Tomorrow People.
Eh, watch it next week…
Should you be watching this reboot of the BBC series of teens who can teleport and uses telepathy and telekinesis? Let me tell you why I’m dropping The Tomorrow People from my DVR.
PITA loves Stephen, but Stephen loves Cara. Cara loves John, but she’s not sure about Stephen. Jedikiah doesn’t love Stephen’s negligence, so he cuffs his nephew’s powers. Oh, Tomorrow People.
This week’s Tomorrow People features Russell’s backstory (boring!) and we learn more about Stephen’s Ultra partner Darcy. Also, when John’s away Cara starts to play.
The Tomorrow People try to get their party on while Stephen and PITA plan on celebrating Homecoming. However, a meeting with Jedikiah’s boss could put a damper on both events.
This week we get John’s backstory when ULTRA and The Tomorrow People have to team up to take down a breakout who has the propensity to kill.
Eavesdropping is the main source of danger in this episode of The Tomorrow People, as we learn more about Cara’s past and Stephen’s potential future with (Pain in the) Astrid.
Stephen struggles to master his new powers as he gets sent on his first case with ULTRA. But the Tomorrow People also have an interest in finding the target of the investigation.