Falling Water (2016–2018)
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Don't Tell Bill 

The premiere of mind-bending drama about three disparate people who discover that they share a subconscious link via a dream.


Henry Bromell (created by), Blake Masters (created by) | 2 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Ajala ... Burton
Lizzie Brocheré ... Tess
Will Yun Lee ... Taka
Kai Lennox ... Woody Hammond
Anna Wood ... The Woman in Red
Zak Orth ... Bill Boerg
Lou Taylor Pucci ... Andy
Michael O'Keefe ... Mr. Jones
Jodi Long ... Kumiko (Taka's mother)
Jessica Hecht ... Miranda
Melanie Nicholls-King ... Ann Marie Bowen
Neal Huff ... Nicholas
Daniel Oreskes Daniel Oreskes ... Taka's Police Captain
Francesca Faridany ... Helena Swift
Adrian Martinez ... Marcos


The premiere of mind-bending drama about three disparate people who discover that they share a subconscious link via a dream.

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13 October 2016 (USA) See more »

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In this episode Tess is very similar, at first glance, to William Gibson's remarkable book's (Pattern Recognition) protagonist, Cayce Pollard, who also makes a living as a cool hunter, spotting fashion trends before others see them. See more »


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This could be the start of something great!
16 December 2016 | by barnettart-1See all my reviews

I hold out hope that USA will be successful enough with what appears to be thought provoking "science fiction", a broad category of fiction that includes everything from fantasy to drama to horror. In this case I prefer speculative fiction.

This first episode has Tess jumping right out of a William Gibson novel (Pattern Recognition) that I love and often re-read, in which the main character, Cayce Pollard, is sensitized to the next cool trend before others can see it. But that's where Tess' character comes into her own, in which her ability to dream, along with two other protagonists, is unusually strong. More than that would be a spoiler.

As there are are no spoilers in this review, I leave it to the potential viewers to take the plunge and keep this show alive at least into another season. Having kept up to date with the episodes through December 15, I can't stress too strongly that the critics' opinions couldn't be–as usual–more off-base; this is a series with exceptional writing, acting, directing, et al. Falling Water is unparalleled to date in this category of television.

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