Saturday, May 26, 2012

Awake kyle killen

  • Fans of NBC's Awake have now had time to process the series finale (watch it below) and form their own theories about where the show would have gone had there been a second season. We asked creator Kyle Killen to weigh in.
  • (Entertainment Weekly Online)
  • Fans of NBC's Awake have now had time to process the series finale (watch it below) and form their own theories about where the show would have gone had there been a second season. We asked creator Kyle Killen to weigh in.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Jason Isaacs admits he finds it "strangely ironic and amusing" to be promoting tonight's season finale of NBC's Awake (10 p.m. ET), given that the show has been canceled.
  • (Entertainment Weekly Online)
  • Awake creator Kyle Killen and star Jason Isaacs have promised fans a satisfying series finale with an emotional resolution in tonight's final hour.
  • (Entertainment Weekly Online)
  • NBCs Awake went from mind-bending to mind-blowing in its Season 1 finale on Thursday (May 24), which also marks the shows series finale. The Kyle Killen-created series was among those that got the axe from NBC in May.
  • (Zap2it.com)
  • 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.
  • (comcast.net)
  • I had planned on writing a review of the series finale of Awake. Then I watched the series finale of Awake, which was fascinating at times, puzzling at others, and moving at still others.
  • (HitFix)
  • As the creator of Awake, Kyle Killen, put it on Twitter, "Awake is canceled, but still on. Zombie show!" So, in that respect, continuing to cover the late series is somewhat bittersweet.
  • (Screenrant.com)

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