Julie Plec and Greg Berlanti to Team Up for "Tomorrow People" Adaption

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What happens when Arrow meets The Vampire Diaries? The CW viewers may soon find out.

The mega producers will reportedly team up to bring an adaption of The Tomorrow People to the network.

Julie Plec and Greg Berlanti

This British drama - which ran from 1973-79 on ITV - focuses on a series of young folks who possess special powers and work together to defeat evil forces. So it's some combination of Alphas and Heroes.

Phil Klemmer (Political Animals) will write the pilot, according to The Hollywood Reporter, while Berlanti and Plec will be reunited after originally working together on Dawson's Creek.

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Sounds great ! I'm just about old enough that I can just remember the original series here in the UK. It was an interesting idea, and am looking forward to see what becomes of it.


I love Arrow, and TVD is amazing, so i cannot wait...i have a strong feeling that they'll make a really good show


interesting. Sounds good. I didn't heard about the original. But I like supernatural stuff.
A Charmed remake would be good as well. X


I used to watch re-runs of the Tomorrow People as a kid, many years ago. This can work very well.