Michael's two realities begin to collide as he works to expose the conspirators, who in turn are hunting for him.
When Michael discovers that there was a conspiracy behind his family's fatal car crash, he seeks revenge against Det. Hawkins.
Michael becomes erratic when he gets stuck in just one of his realities. Meanwhile, Hannah tries to help Emma mend fences with her family.
Evidence in one reality casts doubt on a murder case in the other, and as they prepare to move to Oregon, Michael and Hannah reach out to Emma.
A high-profile college football game has different outcomes in Michael's two realities, with each one leading to violence and a death.
While helping a couple in league with the mob settle into a witness protection program, Michael gets ready for his new life in Oregon with Hannah.
Michael investigates a murder and a suicide in his different worlds, and a mysterious voice at a fast-food drive thru warns him not to move to Oregon.
While negotiating with a disturbed man who has taken hostages in a mental hospital, Michael begins to have strange visions of penguins.
Michael goes on the hunt for a serial killer and becomes a suspect himself, and Hannah considers moving to Oregon for a fresh start.
Kate, one of Rex's former babysitters, figures prominently in cases that straddle both of Michael's worlds.
Michael's son, Rex, is kidnapped by a criminal out for revenge. Meanwhile, Hannah is angry at Michael for missing a memorial service.
The height of a suspect becomes an important clue in both of Michael's realities, and a disturbing new light is shed on the Britten family car crash.
After a car crash involving his family, Det. Michael Britten lives in two worlds: one in which his wife survives, the other in which his son survives.
Awake Sneak Peek
Awake movie trailer - starring Christopher McDonald, Jessica Alba, Lena Olin, Hayden Christensen, Sam Robards, Terence DaShon Howard. Directed by Joby Harold. Theatrical Release Date: 11/30/2007
Awake sneak peek.
What parents need to know before their kids see Awake.
Lots of people find themselves leading a double life... but none quite like this. From groundbreaking writer Kyle Killen comes a drama about the power of the mind, where the inception of life is a mystery and reality might just be overrated.
Police detective Michael Britten (Jason Isaacs) is newly returned to work after being in a car crash along with his wife Hannah (Laura Allen) and his son Rex (Dylan Minnette). After the crash Britten discovers that every time he goes to sleep he switches between two realities, one in which his wife died in the crash and one in which his son died. In the reality where his wife is alive he is partnered with rookie Efrem Vega (Wilmer Valderrama) and is seeing a confrontational department-recommended psychiatrist Dr. Lee (BD Wong). His wife has redecorated the house and begins pushing him to move in an apparent effort to move past their son's death. In the reality in which his son is alive, Britten maintains his long time partner Isaiah 'Bird' Freeman (Steve Harris) and sees a more nurturing psychologist, Dr. Evans (Cherry Jones). His son, previously a football player, has recently returned to playing tennis, and is coached by Hannah's former doubles partner Tara (Michaela McManus). Britten remains unsure which of the two realities, if either, is real, and begins to worry he is losing his sanity when details begin to cross over between the two.