A town left deserted, an Angelic on the edge of desperation, a Fade on the cusp of victory and a reluctant 17 year-old boy with visions of the apocalypse - it all leads to this final showdown. People will die. Ash will fall. It is inevitable.
Paul came back to life for a reason, but he's just not sure what that reason might be. Meanwhile more Fades are being reborn and nothing can stop them. As they infiltrate the town, Paul's home life and Angelic life are put on collision course.
Up is down and black is white as Paul's family and friends struggle to cope in the aftermath of his accident. Meanwhile, the Angelics are torn apart by moral compromises, and a strange new man with deadly intentions moves relentlessly through town.
As Paul's powers manifest themselves, his friendship with Mac and relationship with Jay are pushed to breaking point. Meanwhile, a host of new Angelics arrive in town just as the Fades' plans evolve in a chilling new direction.
As the date of the school ball draws near, the threat of the Fades escalates dramatically, forcing Paul to make a choice between being an Angelic or leading a normal life.
Paul struggles with home and school life as apocalyptic visions haunt his dreams and a supernatural creature stalks his home town. When he crosses paths with an outcast loner named Neil, who can explain what Paul is seeing, his life is transformed.
Seventeen-year-old Paul is haunted by apocalyptic dreams that neither his therapist or best friend and fellow geeky social outcast Mac can provide answers for. Worse still, Paul is starting to see the Fades - the spirits of the dead - all around him. They're everywhere but they just can't be seen, heard or touched by ordinary human beings. But now an embittered and vengeful Fade has found a way to break the barrier between the dead and the living and Paul and Mac and their friends and family are all right in the eye of the storm.
A town left deserted. An Angelic on the edge of desperation. A Fade on the cusp of victory. And a reluctant 17 year old boy with visions of the apocalypse – it all comes down to this final showdown. People will die. Ash will fall. It is inevitable.
Paul came back to life for a reason, but he’s just not sure what that reason might be. Meanwhile more Fades are being reborn and nothing can stop them. As they infiltrate the town, Paul’s home life and Angelic life are put on collision course.
In this exclusive extra scene from episode 6, a somber Paul flashes back to some of the pivotal moments leading to his opening of ascension. His buddy Mac is right at his side, lending support in his own quirky way.
In this exclusive extra scene from episode 5, Mac (Daniel Kaluuya) tries to cheer up Paul (Iain De Caestecker), who is back from the dead, mind you. And like a good best friend, Mac reassures an uncertain Paul that he's definitely one of the good guys, like Count Duckula.
Paul searches for meaning to his resurrection while more reborn Fades terrorize the town.
Mac (Daniel Kaluuya) explains how everyone is linked together in this battle between the Fades and the Angelics.
In this exclusive deleted scene from Episode 2, Executive Producer Caroline Skinner explains 'a really, really lovely moment' shared between Mac (Daniel Kaluuya) and his dad, DCI Armstrong (Robbie Gee). 'It's a rare window into their relationship,' she says.
In this exclusive bonus scene from episode 1, Paul (Iain De Caestecker) and his BFF Mac (Daniel Kaluuya) geek out over their pick for the greatest film ever made about madness.
The relationship between Mac (Daniel Kaluuya) and his dad, DCI Armstrong (Robbie Gee), isn't exactly a warm and fuzzy one. Here, director Tom Shankland explains why such a raw and real moment shared between the two didn't make sense for episode 5.
In this exclusive collection of outtakes from season 1, get a behind-the-scenes look at Paul and Mac on set, having fun, cracking jokes and goofing around as only they can.
In this exclusive extra scene from episode 4, get up close and personal with Mac (Daniel Kaluuya), who reveals some of his most inner thoughts on life in the aftermath of Paul's horrific accident.
As the Fades' wrath starts to seep into the real world, Paul s choice to balance his human life and Angelic life is put to the test.
Iain De Caestecker (Paul) and Johnny Harris (Neil), plus writer Jack Thorne and producer Caroline Skinner discuss the story of 'The Fades,' the coming-of-age fantasy drama following seventeen-year-old geek Paul, who is haunted by apocalyptic dreams that his therapist or best friend can't possibly understand.
Tom Shankland, the director behind episode 4, details why this particular moment between Paul (Iain De Caestecker) and Neil (Johnny Harris) wasn't a good fit for the storyline. 'When you see a Fade and Paul is a Fade at this point, in a public street, somehow the illusion of him being dead suffers a little bit,' he says.
In this exclusive deleted scene from episode 1, 'The Fades' Executive Producer Caroline Skinner reveals why 'this brilliant window into Paul s world' didn t make the final cut, and also calls it 'probably her favorite scene.'
In this exclusive extra scene from episode 2, Mac (Daniel Kaluuya) theorizes how a female vampire can't possibly sustain the vampire race. His buddy Paul (Iain De Caestecker) calls his bluff. And, um, they get a little extra teenage-boy gross.
Mac (Daniel Kaluuya) explains why the dead are still roaming the earth and why they're terrorizing everyone in his small town.
Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!