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This "Doctor Who" spinoff series features a young cast that includes Greg Austin and Fady Elsayed in lead roles. Four students at Coal Hill School in London navigate through teenage life, from schoolwork to dealing with their parents, friendships and romances. Coal Hill School holds many secrets, as years of time-traveling has transformed the building, thinning its walls and making it more susceptible to external dangers. The Shadow Kin, a creature that lurks beyond the facility's walls, threatens to destroy the students' world.

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aired 439 days ago
When the Shadow Kin return to Earth to wage war, the gang must reunite; Corakinus threatens loved ones in his pursuit of the Cabinet of Souls.
aired 446 days ago
Miss Quill embarks on an extraordinary mission to remove the Arn from her head and reclaim her freedom.
aired 453 days ago
Thrown into detention, the gang becomes trapped in a prison that forces them to confess their secrets.
aired 460 days ago
While battling through the Shadow Kin realm, April knows she must defeat Corakinus; the invasion of the petals rapidly snowballs.
aired 467 days ago
April starts to feel greater effects of sharing her heart with Corakinus; something sinister is invading the streets.
aired 474 days ago
When London is infiltrated by a shape-shifting alien, an unexpected visitor appears in Tanya's window.
aired 481 days ago
Ram struggles to cope following events at the Prom, isolating himself from the others; when the school is faced with a new threat, the gang must unite to fight it.
aired 484 days ago
Four alienated students form an unlikely alliance when Coal School is attacked by deadly monsters.

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