Tracy Spiridakos, Anna Lise Phillips and Zak Orth
Want to watch the first episode of J.J. Abrams' Revolution two weeks before it officially premieres? Well, now you can!
A group of ragtag survivors, including Miles (Billy Burke), a former military man, and his niece Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos), struggle to live in a world where, 15 years earlier, all forms of energy mysteriously ceased to exist. Will they be the ones to turn the lights back on?
Exclusive Video: Meet the hero of NBC's Revolution
Check out the full first episode, which premieres Monday, Sept. 17 at 10/9c on NBC...
A Revolution is coming next month to 10 U.S. cities, including Denver, Chicago and Philadelphia. NBC is set today to announce the top ten markets from its "Powered by the People" voting campaign on behalf of the network's new J.J. Abrams/Eric Kripke drama.
Every show needs a hero — and in the case of NBC's new series Revolution, that job goes to Miles Matheson.
Revolution follows a group of characters struggling to survive and reunite with loved ones in a world where all forms of energy have mysteriously ceased to exist. Miles (Billy Burke), a former military man, may be the key to unlocking why the power went out. But first, they have to find him, which is why his niece Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) goes to Chicago to seek his help.
Revolution's epic, mystery-filled journey will actually be paid off quickly
"When we find him...
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the series finale of The Closer. Read at your own risk.]
When it came time for The Closer's Brenda Leigh Johnson to get her final confession, she didn't even want to hear it.
TNT says goodbye to The Closer, hello to Major Crimes
The groundbreaking TNT drama's series finale found Brenda (Kyra Sedgwick) once again squaring off with the elusive defense attorney/serial rapist Phillip Stroh (guest star Billy Burke) — only this time, Brenda had an eye witness in the form of orphaned teenage hustler Rusty Beck (Graham Patrick Martin). One problem: Rusty wouldn't identify Stroh unless the Major Crimes Unit located his mother, who had abandoned him....
One of the things I'll miss most about Brenda Leigh Johnson is her sweet tooth: that secret compulsion and most shameful addiction indulged by the Deputy Chief of the LAPD's Major Crimes Division whenever she reaches for that overstuffed top desk drawer, a Pavlovian response to the nerve-wracking stress of her high-profile job. In a more typical L.A. crime story, the hard-driving boss reveals a weakness for booze. With Brenda, it's the soothing waft of chocolate when she peels back the foil from a Ding Dong, savoring the guilty pleasure.
Kyra Sedgwick, Mary McDonnell
On Monday, The Closer's Brenda Leigh Johnson will hear her final confession. But TNT's Closer spin-off Major Crimes should be able to keep you from grief-eating a dozen Ding Dongs.
The Closer winds down: Who can Brenda trust?
The Closer's series finale finds Brenda (Kyra Sedgwick) trying to put away slippery defense attorney — and suspected serial rapist —Phillip Stroh (Billy Burke) once and for all. And although the climax of the Stroh storyline heavily impacts Brenda's future, it's the introduction of another character — an orphaned teenage hustler named Rusty (Graham Patrick Martin) — that may ultimately prove to be most important. So much so that he'll also be a focal point of Major Crimes...
Say, you want a Revolution? NBC is looking to power up some interest in its new J.J. Abrams/Eric Kripke drama, which it has been heavily promoting during the Olympics. Later tonight the network will launch a contest for viewers to score a...
It may sound like the next Lost or Terra Nova, but the makers of NBC's new epic drama Revolution promise that it will actually reward viewers who follow the intricate mysteries of a world without electricity where a rogue militia rules the land.
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TNT's The Closer is coming to an end — and perhaps so is Brenda Leigh Johnson's obsession with her work.
In Monday's new episode (9/8c, TNT), the first of the show's final six hours, Brenda (Kyra Sedgwick) is still adjusting to the Los Angeles Police Department's newly instated "Johnson Rule." The mandate — which...
Elizabeth Mitchell is returning to TV!
The Lost and V alum has joined the cast of NBC's new drama Revolution as a series regular, TVGuide.com has learned.
From Eric Kripke, J.J. Abrams and Bryan Burk, Revolution follows a group of characters struggling to survive and reunite with loved ones in a world where all forms of energy have mysteriously ceased to exist. Mitchell will portray...