When a client becomes addicted to a "Jane Bond" adventure, Mara (Sarah Shahi) must help her assemble the missing pieces in her life to save her. At the same time, Mara deals with the unanticipated side effects of Reverie.
I really enjoy this concept of pursuing a dream or adventure in a dream-like state. In both episodes so far the person is able to put things together and have an impact on their real life. The viewer is seeing the particular cases where something goes awry in the dream state and the person needs help. This problem, either health-wise or judgment issue adds complexity to the plot and adds urgency to the situation. Also, we are getting to know the scientific crew that is making all of this possible...and what is their story? I think the show has great potential and look forward to the next episode. Thanks for doing something different, fun and yet challenging!
Haven't heard about this show till just now - will be watching the first episode tonight and write a review afterwards. But sounded interesting enough to go ahead and purchase the season pass for the first season.
Watched the first episode last night, not bad. Looks like something I will watch weekly. But, I feel that this show has little or no chance of running for more than one season. It seems every time I find a show that I like - especially one with a bit of a sci-fi element to it, it gets canceled. And usually with the show ending on a cliff-hanger episode leaving people frustrated. Keeping my fingers-crossed that isn't going to happen, and will still watch the show.