We already knew that BD Wong had landed a sweet spot on NBC‘s upcoming reality-bending drama, Awake. But now the actor has seemingly committed himself to the series, ending his association with the perennial procedural SUV: Law & Order.
The Broadcast Television Journalists Association has announced the nominees for the ‘Most Exciting New Series’ category at the inaugural Critics’ Choice Television Awards to be held June 20th. Five of the eight candidates are Seriable television shows – voted for by broadcast journos who have seen the pilots or available episodes for new shows airingRead More →
If you’re intrigued by NBC‘s midseason reality-mind field, Awake, check out these cast interviews with lead Jason Isaacs and Wilmer Valderrama,talking about their characters and the role they play in the series. Head past the jump for both videos.
Two contrasting additions to the Seriable roster for the new season, but both of these shows hope to capture the imagination of audiences by transporting them to alternate realities where heartfelt stories unfold. In Awake, Jason Isaacs plays a cop who emerges from a tragic car accident to find that he’s living in parallel worlds.Read More →
Can you wake up from reality? It’s an interesting question. And by the looks of things NBC might just have a show on their hands. Head past the jump to check out the first trailer for the midseason-bound Awake.
Wonder Woman may be ditched, but NBC continue to fill their schedule with two other seriable pilots. Very exciting. The Peacock has picked up Kyle Killen‘s (Lone Star) ‘Inception-style pilot’ Awake – formerly known as REM. They’ve also put a smile on the face of fairy-tale themed Grimm from David Greenwalt (Angel) and Jim Kouf.