Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd’s Falling Water will return for a second season on USA Network on January 6.
The Walking Dead’s Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd is a master multitasker and has been hard at work producing USA Network’s Falling Water for its second season. The series which stars Lizzie Brocheré [American Horror Story: Asylum], Will Yun Lee [Hawaii 5-0], and David Ajala [Fast & Furious 6] will return on January 6, 2018 at 10 p.m. Eastern/9 p.m. Central time.
The series centers around the concept of three unrelated people gradually understanding they are each dreaming a singular portion of one common dream. That dream could hold the fate of the world in its hands. Actress Lizzie Brocheré who plays Tess on Falling Water, always gives a standout performance. We can be certain to see top-notch acting from her and the cast in the second season.
Falling Water’s first season is currently available for Amazon Prime members looking to catch up on the original 10 episodes! The series originally had a special commercial-free debut on USA Network on September 21, 2016 before its official premiere on October 13, 2016. Its the work of creators Blake Masters and Henry Bromell. Falling Water was officially renewed for its second season by USA Network on April 3, 2017.
Falling Water: Season 2 Trailer
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The trio will continue dreaming together as the dream turns into a nightmare in
second season. We can see why
Eugene is always afraid of catching some Z’s on a Gale Anne Hurd produced series! Hurd’s series Lore has found success on Amazon and we see similar great things happening for
as it moves to sophomore season.
Rémi Aubuchon [Falling Skies] will be replacing creator Blake Masters as show runner for the new season, Masters will remain in an Executive Producer role on the series according to Deadline. Richard Rothstein and Tim Andrew of Teen Wolf are also Executive Producers for the series.
Falling Water’s return will be literally days away from new years eve, making sure you start the year right. Remember to tune in on January 6, 2018 to the USA Network at 10 p.m. ET/ 9 CT for its mind-bending second season!