What if our dreams were really a doorway to a collective unconciousness, a parallel universe where we all shared an existence in an alternate reality? That's the concept behind USA's new reality-bending series Falling Water. The show focuses on three characters, Tess (Lizzie Brochere), Burton (David Ajala) and Taka (Will Yun Lee), whose all-too-real feeling dreams lead each of them on a journey for answers, ultimately uncovering a truth far bigger than any of them could have anticipated.
The idea was dreamt up by executive producer Bill Masters and Henry Bromell back in 2000. But it wasn't until over a decade later and after Brumell's passing in 2013 that Masters decided to try to develop the show. Joined by co executive producer Gale Anne Hurd, cast members Lizzie Brochere, Will Yun Lee, Zak Orth (Bill Boerg) and renowned neuroscientist Moran Cerf, Masters talked to us about dreams, reality and the science behind the fictional stories in their new show.