TUESDAY, JANUARY 21
“First Born” — (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)
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Ty Olsson (Supernatural’s Benny) will be a guest star on the January 15 episode of Tomorrow People. Click here for photos of Ty from the episode.
THE TOMORROW PEOPLE
“The Citadel” – (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) (TV-14, LV) (HDTV)
BREAKING IN — After Stephen (Robbie Amell) returns from the brink, he thinks he has a clue to what happened to his father, but his fellow Tomorrow People are not sure they believe him. When the Tomorrow People learn some disappointing news from John (Luke Mitchell), they make an unexpected decision about their future. The Tomorrow People finally get a lead on Ultra’s secret research lab and they devise a dangerous plan to free all those being held captive there. Meanwhile, Stephen’s mom introduces Stephen and his brother Luca (guest star Jacob Kogan) to a new man she is dating, but Stephen is having a hard time getting a read on him. Peyton List, Aaron Yoo and Mark Pellegrino also star. Sarah Clarke, Jeffrey Pierce, Ty Olsson (“Supernatural”) and Robert Gant (“Queer as Folk”) guest star. Eagle Egilsson directed the episode written by Jeff Rake and Grainne Godfree (#110).… Read More
The tragic events of the fall finale will be “a crushing blow to Dean,” who makes it his mission to “do whatever it takes to track down Gadreel and eject him from Sam,” executive producer Jeremy Carver previews. That quest will lead the elder Winchester to make “less savory alliances.” Speaking of partnerships: Gadreel discovers that “getting Metatron’s ultimate approval is probably going to be a harder journey than even what we’ve seen so far.” Elsewhere, Cas, with his grace intact, finds “himself in the angelic fray more than ever and at a point of decision he never considered a few short months ago,” teases Carver. “It’s going to be a little of a be-careful-what-you-wish-for [situation].” Bonus: Look for the return of “a good handful” of “beloved” characters who come in “for all different reasons.”