Stop what you’re doing, cancel your plans tonight, and tune into NBC for the premiere of a new show called “Awake.”

I saw a sneak preview of the first episode on NBC on Demand, and loved it! I could go on telling you how awesome it is, but why not show you the video that made up my mind before I saw the show. Check it out below & then check it out tonight on NBC at 10 p.m.

This is exactly the kind of awesome show that networks rarely give a decent chance to find an audience, so I’m hoping enough people tune in to keep the series running.

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  1. Remember when this show got cancelled and we never found out what the hell was going on??? :/

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    • Wow, you’re digging deep in my archives, eh? You must be bored. πŸ™‚

      I thought they HAD given the show a proper ending, though I can’t remember what the hell it was. I know I WAS disappointed, though. It seems like every time I love a show (like Carnivale on HBO), it gets cancelled. There are some exceptions, though.

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      • With your blog layout, it’s not so far back! I was trying to find out how many more reviews until you have to dance and then remembered my rage about this show. Thanks a lot! πŸ™‚

        Please don’t start watching Helix. I don’t want it to get cancelled.

      • LOL. Don’t worry, I didn’t start watching past the third episode or so.

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About David W. Wright

Writer, cartoonist, one of the Kings of the Serial with co-author, Sean Platt. Together we've written the #1 horror and #1 sci-fi bestselling post-apocalyptic series, Yesterday's Gone, the sci-fi horror series, WhiteSpace, and the dark fantasy series, ForNevermore. Check out our stuff at http://collectiveinkwell.com

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