Superpowered Teens, NOLA Vamps, and Future Monarchs Star in 3 New Posters for The CW's Fall Dramas

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The CW releases a trio of posters featuring a bevy of attractive fresh faces from their new fall dramas, including "The Tomorrow People," "The Originals," and "Reign." Check out the three key art designs below:

"Tomorrow People" premieres Wednesday, 10/9 at 9 PM on The CW.

The CW's new fall drama, "The Tomorrow People," feels a bit like an "X-Men" clone — in a good way.

Robbie Amell (cousin of "Arrow" star Stephen Amell) plays Stephen, a high schooler who discovers he's "special." It starts out seeming like he's going a bit crazy — waking up in strangers' beds, hearing voices in his head. In fact, he's just developing a superpower: teleportation!

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And that voice in his head is Cara (Peyton List), his mentor and teacher. She and John (Luke Mitchell) induct Stephen into the "Tomorrow People," kids just like him who have the three T-powers: teleportation, telepathy, and telekinesis. But unlike the others, Stephen has special powers thanks to his dad, who was considered the chosen one.

"The Originals" premieres Thursday, 10/3 at 9 PM on The CW.

Who dat?! Why, just the oldest, most powerful vampires that ever lived.

The CW tapped "The Vampire Diaries" for its first spinoff ever this fall, taking "The Originals" — Klaus, Elijah, and Rebecca — to the sultry, hedonistic, dangerous streets of New Orleans.

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It was a "duh!" move; bad-boy vamp Klaus (Joseph Morgan) was a hugely popular character on "The Vampire Diaries" and had many fans' hearts a-fluttering with his seductive accent and angelic good looks. Brother Elijah (Daniel Gillies) is the "good guy" of the family, while sister Rebecca (Claire Holt) was last seen trying to be a better person.

As much as Klaus had going for him in Mystic Falls (Klaroline 4eva!), he's got an even bigger reason to set down roots in the Big Easy: his unborn heir, carried by werewolf Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin). But life in NOLA is complicated by the fact that Klaus's own protégé, Marcel (Charles Michael Davis), is king of this town.

"Reign" premieres Thursday, 10/17 at 9 PM on The CW.

The royal fever that swept this country after Prince William's wedding to Kate Middleton is coming to The CW this fall in the steamy historical drama "Reign."

Based on true events, Mary Queen of Scots (Adelaide Kane) arrives in France to meet her betrothed, Dauphin Francis (Toby Regbo), the future king. Francis is handsome and charming, and soon has Mary and her besties giggling like the teen girls they are.

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But the fairy tale soon turns dark when Mary realizes that her life may be in danger. Everywhere she turns, someone's waiting to backstab and betray her, and her only friend is Sebastien (Torrance Coombs), Francis's half-brother. Will the dire, bloody visions of Nostradamus about Mary come to pass?