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In an action and exciting atmosphere, this series follows a group of young with superpowers, The Doom Patrol's members. After they exposed to horrible accidents, they find themselves having superhuman abilities but also scarred. It seems that the team found a meaning for this power through the clever doctor, Niles Caulder, as they cooperate together to investigate the weirdest phenomena in existence and defend the world against the evil powers.
The series is refreshingly self-aware, both in the hilarious meta narration by Alan Tudyk... and in its more fundamental understanding that if you make a show about these characters, you'd best come weird or not come at all.
Showrunner Jeremy Carver (Supernatural) has infused Doom Patrol with a good balance of self-referential humor and personal drama to make you already root for the four misfits by the time we get to the end of the episode.
It seems the show had an interesting set up for these outsiders, but didn't know what to do with them after their origins were told, and they got out of the house. Still, this is an odd bit of super hero fun.