Falling Water blog
It's a dream come true for Falling Water fans as USA Network announces the season two pick-up for its trippy drama starring Lizzie Brocheré, David Ajala, and Will Yun Lee!
Zak Orth has an interesting approach to playing Falling Water's dream scientist, Bill Boerg: he never reads ahead. We spoke with Orth about his mysterious character and the moment he realized what was going on with Bill.
As any Falling Water fan knows... the color green is pretty important! But imagine our shock when we saw Pantone's pick for Color of the Year for 2017. Goose bumps!
In episode four of Falling Water, "Castles Made of Sand," Tess figures out how to use her powers to find resolution, plus Taka is opening up as Burton gets caught in a loop. Watch the minute-long recap!
In the third installment of Falling Water, our three heroes finally connect in their dreams! Blake Masters, co-creator and executive producer, gives the rundown on how our dreamers came together this week.
As with any dramatic series, casting your leads is one of the most important pieces of the puzzle and so we asked executive producer Gale Anne Hurd (The Walking Dead) to share some of the backstory of finding Falling Water's compelling main actors. Interestingly, they all came to the project through very different avenues (including a significant re-write to accommodate one of the actors), but there's one thing all three of them have in common.
Blake Masters, co-creator and executive producer of Falling Water, fielded some questions about episode two, "Calling the Vasty Deep" -- including the origin of the title!
Falling Water, USA Network's new drama about three strangers connected by a single dream, gets a lot right about what happens during shuteye. Moran Cerf, acclaimed neuroscientist, explains!
USA Network spoke with Lizzie Brocheré about her Falling Water character, a professional trendspotter living in Brooklyn who knows with every fiber of her being that she once gave birth to a baby boy. While she searches for her son, Tess soon realizes that her dreams may not only hold the answer to her personal quest -- but also the fate of the world. We learned some other cool things about Brochere's personal journey as well!
While all of us dream, not all of us dream equally, according to a new study that examines the current culture of dreaming among Americans. Younger people are dreaming more lucidly, and techies are dreaming more oftein -- and these are only a couple of findings that show how the playing field is far from equal when it comes to both content and quality of dreams.