Luke Mitchell, The Tomorrow People

The Tomorrow People: They have powers and good looks. Life just isn't fair sometimes.

We've got an exclusive photo from tomorrow night's all-new episode of the new CW hit series, which features Luke Mitchell doing what Luke Mitchell does best: Being attractive! OK, just kidding. Not about the attractive part, but about the doing what he does best as the hour is looking to be an intense one as Stephen (Robbie Amell) find himself in too deep at Ultra after they try to probe his mind. Not helping matters? An angry John (Mitchell) refusing to help, so his girlfriend Cara (Peyton List) goes behind his back. (HmMM...anyone else picking up the distinct scent of a love triangle heating up?) Of course, John comes around when he realizes Stephen can serve as a spy within Ultra's evil empire.

In addition to the exclusive photo of Mitchell (You're welcome!), we're sharing the exclusive sizzle reel screened for fans at New York Comic-Con which teases all the craziness to come on The Tomorrow People...

While John is still a bit of a mystery to fans, sharing a complicated history backstory with Ultra's leader, we recently chatted with executive producer Phil Klemmer, who teased that fans can expect to learn the history of all of the Tomorrow People over time.

"What we've found is that those stories just really resonate with the present day stories and they're so surprising to find out who each of our Tomorrow People were when they were just plain people," he explained " For instance, the Cara story for episode three is just so poignant and so powerful, and if you don't love Cara already, I just defy you to see the first installment of what made her who she is. There's real tragedy and pain."

In our Save It or Sink It poll, a whopping 83.9 [ercent of voters chose to "Save" The Tomorrow People. The action drama, which also stars Mark Pellegrino and Aaron Yoo, premiered to 2.3 million viewers and a 0.8 demo rating, holding onto most of its lead-ins (Arrow) viewers. The CW recently ordered three more scripts from the freshman series, as well as fellow newbies The Originals and Reign, which premiered on Thursday.

The Tomorrow People airs Tuesday at 9 p.m. on the CW.

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