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From Executive Producer/Writer Kyle Killen (Lone Star) and Director David Slade (30 Days of Night, Twilight Eclipse) comes the story of Michael Britten, (Jason Isaacs: Harry Potter, Avatar: The Last Airbender,) a police detective who gets into a car accident in which his wife dies. Or was it his son? The problem is that Michael doesn't know as whenever he falls asleep he wakes up in an alternate world, one of which it was his wife (Laura Allen) that died and the other where it was his son (Dylan Minnette.) That's not the only thing that's different though, he has different partners (Wilmer Valderrama and Steve Harris,) different therapists (B.D. Wong and Cherry Jones,) and even different cases. The cases start to overlap and Michael is left wondering, which world is real and does he even want to find out?
This concept could have gone very badly indeed, but it didn't. In fact, it ended up being really interesting. There are bags of potential here. We should all watch and then bitch when it gets squandered and/or it gets cancelled before the first series ends.
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