Here's a look at what some of those cast members are doing now, just over two years since the show ended...Sophie Davies, Cult Box, 6th March 2016
The last ever episode of Misfits wasn't very conclusive; perhaps because creator Howard Overman still has hopes for a feature film to continue the story, which is apparently written and ready to film. Is there an Inbetweeners-sized appetite for it though?Dan Owen, Dan's Media Digest, 13th December 2013
This finale was good, not great, but maybe that's all we could have asked for.Caroline Preece, Den Of Geek, 12th December 2013
After five series, Misfits has done well to keep regenerating itself with so many cast changes. But the originality that made it so attention-grabbing back in its early, BAFTA-winning days eventually became a bit of a rod for its own back. When having superpowers is the norm instead of the exception, what are you supposed to do to surprise people?
The last ever episode airs tonight, with creator Howard Overman back on scripting duties, but it's a respectable rather than a totally amazing finale.
Last week, Jess and Rudy's relationship hit a setback that has absolutely nothing to do with superpowers and everything to do with Rudy's lack of enthusiasm about fatherhood.
But when Jess angrily accepts a drink from a stranger in a bar tonight, she gets a vision of the future that changes everything.
Meanwhile, Rudy Two's determination to make the prophecy of the jumper come true by assembling a band of superhero vigilantes seems like a good way to knit the series together.
It's a shame the budget doesn't stretch to making that flying guy look even half-way impressive, but that's probably the least of the Jumper Posse's problems.Jane Simon, The Mirror, 11th December 2013
In its final hour Misfits manages to tick almost off almost everything by reciting its greatest hits - time travel, violence, moving deaths, and enough crudity to fill a septic tank.Rob Smedley, Cult Box, 11th December 2013
Having started with a literal bang, Misfits doesn't, we're relieved to report, go out with a whimper. The return of series creator Howard Overman for tonight's last-ever episode - 'grand finale' doesn't feel appropriate for a show that so knowingly and consistently undercuts any delusions of grandeur - helps, although any hope of former cast members also coming back is forlorn. Still, a line-up boasting the likes of Joseph Gilgun, Sean Dooley and Karla Crome is always worth watching, as it's probably the performances rather than the tired concept that have kept Misfits going into its twilight years.
Tonight sees the gang relieved of their community service and contemplating life after the orange jumpsuits. Rudy (Gilgun) is happily at the centre of things, sending Jess (Crome) into the arms of a nutter with a taste for parallel futures and learning some uncomfortable truths about Helen, Karen and Sam. At its height it was nigh-on essential (and, lest we forget, Bafta-winning); this is merely decent, but E4 will still be the poorer for its passing.Gabriel Tate, Time Out, 11th December 2013
The sight of nice Rudy lactating is just one of the oddball pleasures to be savoured as the curtain comes down on the orange-boiler-suited community service superpower drama after five inventive and largely joyous seasons. Robert Sheehan, Iwan Rheon, Antonia Thomas and Karla Crome are just four of the young actors to benefit from a career leg-up in this show - and here's hoping it's not long before the comedically gifted current star Joe Gilgun lights up the screen again.Carol Carter and Larushka Ivan-Zadeh, Metro, 11th December 2013