In many ways, Awake is an even riskier bet for NBC than the showtune-happy Smash. The show follows a detective whose reality has splintered following a fatal car accident: one day, he wakes up to comfort his grieving wife because their son has died; in the next, he's a widower living with his son who survived. During one of his mandated therapy sessions, he lays it out: One of these existences might not be real — but he'd rather go on living in both.
More ambitious and certainly more challenging than most network dramas, Awake is not nearly as complicated as traversing through Inception, a comparison some critics have already made. Instead, think of it as a cop drama with a twist, albeit a very ambitious twist read more
ER alum Laura Innes has found herself a plum role -- on and off camera — in NBC's midseason drama, Awake, TVLine reports.
Awake follows a police detective, Michael, (Jason Isaacs) who switches between...read more
Is there hope for The Event? More than two weeks after NBC pulled the plug on the ratings-challenged sci-fi drama, Entertainment Weekly reports that sister channel SyFy is considering turning Season 2 into a miniseries.
However, Craig Engler, senior vice president and general manager of SyFy Digital, rebuffed the report on Twitter shortly after the story was published Wednesday. "To answer some questions I've been getting, at this time we have...read more