The Tomorrow People



Combine The Mod Squad with The X-Men and you have The Tomorrow People.

Wikipedia page here.

Posted By: Paul - Wed Sep 06, 2017
Category: Human Marvels, Television, Comics, Science Fiction, 1970s, Europe, Differently Abled, Handicapped, Challenged, and Otherwise Atypical





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I followed the CW production here in the States. It started out with promise but I feel it lost focus toward the end of the series. I'm not surprised it was picked up for a second series.

I found the hardcore bikers of '70's Britain pretty funny.
Posted by KDP in Madill, OK on 09/06/17 at 09:52 AM
The Tomorrow People is neat because each of its four incarnations is awful in completely different ways.
The original is awful in that charming '70s British Sci Fi way. The 1990 Nikelodeon reboot is awful in a Goofy Bad Children's Show way (Though kudos for getting Christopher Lee to do a guest bit), the 201X version was awful in a Bad CW Attractive Supernatural Teens way, and the Big Finish revival is awful in that charmingly Big Finish "Let's lovingly recreate a 1970s experience in a way that reminds you how much better the craft of TV is now than it was in the '70s
Posted by Ross in https://www.trenchcoatsoft.com on 09/06/17 at 07:19 PM
I like this part of the Wikipedia article: "'breaking out' (usually around the age of puberty)." Maybe it was a deliberate play on words.
Posted by ges on 09/07/17 at 09:59 AM