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'The Tomorrow People': Mark Pellegrino talks Jedekiah on the run, 'what's really going on between the brothers,' and more

Jedekiah Price: Hero or villain? That’s the question every Tomorrow People fan is asking — and one will soon be answered, more or less, according to star Mark Pellegrino. But first, Jedekiah is going on the run, and we’ve got a lot to learn about his relationship with Roger. Plus, what fun would the end of the season be if it didn’t include Jed making a few bad decisions?

We caught up with Pellegrino to talk about Jedekiah’s arc as this season comes to an end, from his “James Bondish” moment to what’s next for him and Morgan.

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'The Tomorrow People': Luke Mitchell teases the 'lighting of the fuse for the end of the seaon', and a love ... hexagon?

Last week, The Tomorrow People‘s Stephen Jameson discovered the thing he’d suspected all along, that his father wasn’t cremated after all. But whether that means Roger can come back, and where The Founder fits into all of this is yet to be seen. So with the war between Jedekiah and The Founder coming to a head, what’s going to happen to our favorite telepaths?

We caught up with John himself, Luke Mitchell, to talk about his character’s big dilemma, what the heck The Machine is, and when we’ll be getting another jaunt.

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'The Tomorrow People': Robbie Amell teases Cassandra's return, a 'Rocky' moment, and 'my biggest fight scene to date'

The Tomorrow People has already given us a season full of twists, turns, and telepathic abilities — and it isn’t over yet. Tonight, the show moves to its new time slot for the final seven episodes of season 1 — and it sounds like things are only going to get crazier.

We caught up with star Robbie Amell to talk about everything from tonight’s romantic action to the war looming ahead. Spoiler: He has some stuff to say about “f— buddies.”

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'The Tomorrow People' is moving to Mondays, and Jedekiah will make sure you remember -- VIDEO

As sad as it is that Amell Wednesdays are coming to a close, your Monday night void — the one likely left by the end of The Bachelor — will now be filled by supernatural hotties, so things could be worse.

When The Tomorrow People returns next week, it will officially move to its new airtime on Mondays at 9 p.m. on The CW. So if you’re dying to find out what’s going to happen with Roger’s body, Jedekiah’s plan, and all things having to do with the love triangle, you might want to adjust your DVR settings.

But to be sure you don’t forget, we’ve got a fun video with Tomorrow People cast members Mark Pellegrino and Madeleine Mantock. Check it out below: READ FULL STORY

'Tomorrow People' boss on what's next: Jedekiah 'will pull the trigger on one of our very beloved characters'

Another week with The Tomorrow People means another secret will be revealed. Last week, we found out that Jedekiah is still in possession of Roger’s body (and maybe hoping to steal his brother’s powers). So with the show inching toward its season finale, what other secrets do the writers have in store?

We caught up with executive producer Phil Klemmer to talk about Tomorrow‘s love triangle, all things Jedekiah, and that Marla twist we still can’t let go. Turns out, neither can Klemmer’s mother. “Moms Klemmer thought that was the coolest,” Phil Klemmer tells EW. “She was totally taking credit. She’s like, ‘That’s me, right? I totally get it. I’m a superhero.’”

Here’s what Klemmer has to say about the rest of the season:

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'The Tomorrow People': Sarah Clarke on Marla's future, Stephen as a synergist; Plus, [Spoiler!] has powers!

Last we left The Tomorrow People, we had just experienced the mother of all twists — literally! Stephen’s mother, Marla, used her telekinesis to stop bullets from killing Astrid and her dad. Suffice all of that to say that Marla is a Tomorrow Person! And a powerful one at that.

So how is this going to change, well, everything moving forward? We caught up with Sarah Clarke to talk about Marla’s future relationship with Stephen, her impressive powers, and the idea of fighting being a family affair (Luca included!): READ FULL STORY

'The Tomorrow People': Peyton List previews The Founder's daughter, Luca's breakout, and more

After last week’s camping trip didn’t exactly go as planned, Stephen discovered his mother’s boyfriend wasn’t the paranormal he was looking for. Instead, he should’ve been looking at his own brother, Luca, who is now “breaking out.” So with a pair of sibling paranormals, the introduction of The Founder’s daughter, and a Cara-John clash, what does this week hold for The Tomorrow People?

We caught up with Peyton List to talk about the show’s newest character, what John and Stephen’s friendship will mean for Cara, and more:

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'The Tomorrow People': Luke Mitchell on the threat of Julian, John and Astrid's connection, and more

So far, the second half of The Tomorrow People‘s first season has been all about new enemies, more action, and even more danger. Continuing with that theme, in this week’s episode, Stephen leaves the city to go on a family camping trip, where he’s left all alone to face his mother’s new boyfriend, Peter. However, Stephen isn’t the only one at risk. Back in the city, new Ultra agent Hillary has discovered Astrid’s knowledge about Stephen’s abilities. As a result, Astrid finds herself in Ultra’s line of fire. And when John steps in to protect Stephen’s friend, he becomes the wounded victim of the week (or one of them, at least).

We caught up with John himself, Luke Mitchell, to talk about the rest of the season, a potential romance between John and Astrid, and what’s next for Julian:

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'The Tomorrow People' sneak peek: Stephen goes camping with Peter ... and his rifle? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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The Tomorrow People‘s Stephen Jameson is in an awkward position. Not only does he disapprove of his mother’s new boyfriend, but his reasoning is complicated, to say the least. Basically, he thinks Peter is a fellow Tomorrow Person, a.k.a. someone with the powers of telekinesis, teleportation, and telepathy. So suffice it to say, it isn’t a concern that he can voice to his mother. But what he can do is join his family on a camping trip with the new boyfriend and make sure they all stay safe.

Going out into the woods with a man you don’t trust who is probably a much more powerful telepath than you are? We never said it was Stephen’s smartest choice. The good news is that we have an exclusive clip from the upcoming episode. The bad news is that Peter seems to be a fan of hunting (read: firearms).

Watch the sneak peek below:
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'The Tomorrow People': Alexa Vega talks Stephen's new 'ruthless' enemy, and how long she'll stick around

As if Stephen didn’t have enough people to worry about between his mother’s new boyfriend, his uncle, and his not-really-dead father, it sounds like there’s a new recruit at Ultra, and she doesn’t play nice.

Alexa Vega is set to guest star on The Tomorrow People as Hillary Cole, an Ultra agent who’s pinned against Stephen when Jedekiah puts on a competition within the company. We caught up with Vega to talk about Hillary’s motives, how long she’ll be around, and whether she thinks Hillary could take Cara in a fight:

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'The Tomorrow People' boss on going 'head-to-head with Ultra,' the love triangle, and Stephen's upcoming camping trip with Peter

After last night’s episode, things are already starting to shift in the second half of The Tomorrow People‘s premiere season. Stephen’s father is stuck in limbo, Cara is now first in command, and Marla’s new boyfriend appears to be a highly powerful telepath. So where does the story go from here?

We caught up with executive producer Phil Klemmer to discuss everything from the love triangle to unlikely alliances, and whether we’ll be getting another jaunt anytime soon:
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The CW releases new premiere dates, adjusted mid-season schedule

This holiday season, The CW is tweaking its schedule a bit. By the time your favorite shows return, some of them will find themselves in a new time slot.

When Star-Crossed, The CW’s new drama about a love story between a human an alien, premieres Feb. 17, it will fill Hart of Dixie‘s current time slot on Mondays at 8 p.m. Dixie will then be shuffled to Fridays at 9 p.m. beginning March 21.

Next up, The CW will premiere The 100, a post-apocalyptic drama, on March 19 when it takes over The Tomorrow People‘s current spot on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. As of March 17, viewers can catch The Tomorrow People on Mondays at 9 p.m.

So what happens to Beauty and the Beast? Well, after the show’s March 10 airing, it will go on hiatus. A return date for the show is yet to be announced.

Finally, Whose Line Is It Anyway? will return March 21, airing Fridays at 8 p.m. After its return, encore episodes will also air at 8:30 p.m. following original episodes at 8 p.m. Encore episodes of the first season will also air Fridays at 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. from Feb. 14 to March 14.

The new schedule looks as follows:
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Best of 2013 (Behind the Scenes): Creating John and Cara's jaunt on 'The Tomorrow People'

In episode 5 of The Tomorrow People‘s first season, viewers were introduced to a very effective, very sweaty decision-making tool put in place by our favorite evolutionary friends. When John, as leader, refused to let The Tomorrow People go top-side to have a real night out on the town, Cara challenged him to a jaunt. It appeared she was ready to fight for her right to party.

However, what ensued was not your typical fight. John and Cara used their powers of telekinesis and telepathy to gain possession of a stick and force the other to submit. Spoiler: Cara won. But the real star of the show was the jaunting scene itself. Packed full of special effects, the scene quickly became a fan favorite.

We talked to Tomorrow People stunt coordinator JJ Makaro, along with stars of the scene Peyton List and Luke Mitchell (all separately) about everything from how jaunting was born to how exactly they film a scene full of teleports.

For more stories behind this year’s top TV and movie moments, click here for EW.com’s Best of 2013 (Behind the Scenes) coverage.
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