|Series||U.S. TV Series|
|Original Airdate(s)||11 December 2013|
|Writer(s)||Pam Veasey and Leigh Dana Jackson|
"Death's Door" is the ninth episode of season 1 of The Tomorrow People U.S. TV Series.
Official Synopsis Edit
Not satisfied with the answer he has discovered about his father’s disappearance, Stephen decides to take drastic measures with the help of his fellow Tomorrow People to find out the truth.
Guest Cast Edit
- Nicholas Young as Aldus Crick
- Simon Merrells as The Founder
- Carly Pope as Morgan Burke
- Jeffrey Pierce as Roger Price
- Sarah Clarke as Marla Jameson
- Jae Lee as Kill Squad #1
- Sylvesta Stuart as Kill Squad #2
- Jim McMahon of IGN. com wrote that "anybody expecting a game-changing episode would be disappointed by this hour", and gave a final verdict of: "Fall finale of T-People shifts the deck chairs but still doesn't add up to much."
- Jessica Breaux of TVEquals.com said: "The mid-season finale was a pretty enjoyable hour of television, and it opened up a few storylines that could prove very interesting during the latter half of the season."
- Morgan Jeffery of Digital Spy felt that the episode "doesn't match its predecessor and so suffers in comparison", but praised the performances of the cast, giving an overall rating of 3 out of 5 stars.
The episode scored a 0.5 rating (down 17% from the previous week) and a 1 share in the 18-49 demo, with 1.43 million viewers.
Episode Details Edit
- Stephen finds a video that documents the Thanatos Project.
- A kill squad led by The Founder kills Aldus Crick.
- Stephen voluntarily undergoes a near-death experience and sees his father.
- ↑ Slim Pickings on The CW December 11-12: New Synopses for The Tomorrow People and The Vampire Diaries, dreadcentral.com, retrieved 22 November 2013
- ↑ The Tomorrow People: "Death's Door" Review, ign.com, retrieved 12 December 2013
- ↑ The Tomorrow People Season 1 Review “Death’s Door”, tvequals.com, retrieved 12 December 2013
- ↑ Tomorrow People episode 9 review: Sci-fi ends 2013 with solid finale, digitalspy.com, retrieved 12 December 2013
- ↑ TV Ratings Wednesday: 'Modern Family' Rises, 'Nashville', 'Survivor', 'Arrow' & 'CSI' Down, tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com, retrieved 12 December 2013