When it comes to binge watching TV, for Jason Isaacs, the darker the fare, the better. On the top of that list? “Breaking Bad” and the addictive Starz drama, “The Missing.” We recently caught up with the “Dig” actor and his co-star Anne Heche for our “Stars Watch Too” video series. Take a look below […]
Sam Rockwell stars in the new indie thriller “A Single Shot,” which is now available with XFINITY On Demand before it comes to theaters.
The premise of NBC’s midseason drama “Awake” was an intriguing one: Detective Michael Britten (Jason Isaacs) bounces between two worlds after his family gets into an auto accident, one where his wife died and one where his son died. Only Britten doesn’t know which world is reality and which (if any) is a dream. After […]
Two new drama series are taxing a viewer’s capacity to understand what they’re about.
If piecing together puzzling plots is your forté, you will want to check out “Awake,” the newest series from executive producers Kyle Killen (“Lone Star”) and Howard Gordon (“24,” “Homeland”), which deals in alternate realities.
When NBC found itself with a successful premiere for “Smash” after the network ran the entire pilot online weeks ahead of its debut, the channel is hoping for a similar result with “Awake.” “Awake,” which stars “Harry Potter” actor Jason Isaacs as a detective who finds that he is living in two alternate realities following […]
Meet Michael Britten (a very un-Malfoy Jason Isaacs), a police detective who discovers he is living in two separate realities after awakening from a brutal car accident with his wife and son.
NBC will give the new sci-fi-tinged drama “Awake” the Thursdays-at-10 timeslot now held by “The Firm” beginning March 1.
NBC’s “Awake,” starring Jason Isaacs of “Harry Potter” (Lucius Malfoy) fame as Michael Britten — a man living an unbelievable double life — is one of the most buzzed-about mid-season series for 2012. Before it premieres this spring, XfinityTV.com has a sneak peek at five things you should know about the show. But first, here […]
Michael Imperioli, who last was seen playing a cop on ‘Life in Mars,’ is laying down the law again, this time in the ABC drama pilot ‘187 Detroit.’ According to the Hollywood Reporter, the Emmy-winning ‘Sopranos’ alum will play a veteran detective with a short fuse is this documentary-style look at a Detroit homicide division. […]