The 13-episode sci-fi show, which will première on American broadcast TV network The CW on Wednesday 9th October, stars Robbie Amell as Stephen Jameson, Luke Mitchell as John Young, Aaron Yoo as Russell Kwon, Peyton List as Cara Coburn, Mark Pellegrino as Dr Jedikiah Price, Madeleine Mantock as Astrid Finch, Jason Dohring as Killian McCrane, and the voice of Dan Stevens as the biotronic computer TIM.
In desperation, he decides to listen to one of the voices in his head, and it leads him to his first encounter with the Tomorrow People - John, Cara, and Russell - a genetically-advanced race with the abilities of telekinesis, teleportation, and telepathic communication. However, the Tomorrow People are being hunted down by a paramilitary group of scientists known as Ultra. Led by Dr Jedikiah Price, Ultra sees the Tomorrow People as a very real existential threat from a rival species, and the outcast group has been forced to hide out in an abandoned subway station just beneath the surface of the human world.
Trading in secrets, Jedikiah offers Stephen the chance for a normal life with his family and best friend Astrid if he will help in the struggle to isolate and eradicate the Tomorrow People. On the other hand, Cara, John, and Russell offer Stephen a different type of family and a home where he truly belongs.
Unwilling to turn his back on humanity or the world of the Tomorrow People, Stephen sets out on his own path - a journey that could take him into the shadowy past to uncover the truth about his father's mysterious disappearance, or into an unknown future with the Tomorrow People.
The latest version is part of a package of three dramas bought from Warner by Channel 4, with the others being Hostages - showing on Channel 4 - and apocalyptic The 100, which is also to be shown on E4. Exact starting dates for their broadcast in the UK have yet to be confirmed.
Jeffrey R Schlesinger, the president of Warner Bros Worldwide Television Distribution, said: