USA Network Orders Pilot for ‘Falling Water’
USA Network is diving into your subconscious when it ordered a pilot for a new potential TV series “Falling Water.”
“Falling Water” was co-created and co-written by the late Herny Bromell (“Homeland”) along with Blake Masters (“Rubicon”). Bromell and Masters wrote the script before Bromell suffered a heart attack and passed.
The show is described as “a mind-bending thrilled intersecting reality and unconscious thoughts. It tells the story of three unrelated people who slowly realize that they are dreaming separate parts of a single common dream. Each is on a quest for something that can only be found in their subconscious – a missing girlfriend, a son, a way to communicate with a catatonic mother. However, the more they begin to use the dream world as a tool to advance their hidden agendas, they realize that their visions are trying to tell them something and that their very real lives are at stake,” extracted from The Hollywood Reporter.
Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (“28 Weeks Later”) will executive produce and direct the pilot.
According to Jackie de Crinis, the Exec VP of Original Series at USA Network, “People have always been fascinated by the subconscious and ‘Falling Water’ explored that topic in very unique and unexpected ways. In this story, the immensely talented and prolific storytellers, Blake and Henry, have created an innovative thriller and compelling vehicle to bring the subject of dreams to television.”
“Falling Water” is the first pilot order by the network.
This seems like an interesting TV series – a different show that will give us a different perspective. It’s a good break from the supernatural and the crime series that have been airing in different networks.
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