"Awake" creator Kyle Killen spoke exclusively with CBR News about making the jump from television to comic books in DC's "Adventures of Superman" and teases an "Awake" comic revival.
It's that time again: When all of our favorite shows come back from their summer hiatus, and you suddenly remember that the majority of them had cliffhangers that you remember very little about. While Google undoubtedly thanks you for the business, it has to be said: Is television doing it wrong?
We're in upfronts week, when the networks announce their new line-ups for the new television year starting in September, revealing what shows are returning and what shows are premiering. Less excitingly for fans and creators, however, it's also when the shows get officially cancelled by the networks, sometimes without making much noise about it. If you're wondering whether your favorite bubble shows have quietly met their end, here's a list of the shows that won't be returning for next year.
Despite the extra day, we've managed to make it to March relatively unscathed, and look what's waiting for us: New Mad Men and Community! If that wasn't enough, there's also much-anticipated new drama Awake, and Ashley Judd returning to the small screen. Read on for the March debuts we're most excited about.
Creator Kyle Killen and Executive Producer Howard Gordon talk about one man's struggle with two separate realities in the new drama Awake, which premieres tonight on NBC.