Bret Michaels is joining the Revolution.
The singer will play a post-apocalyptic version of himself in an upcoming episode, NBC announced Tuesday. Additionally, the former Poison rocker will perform an acoustic version of...
When NBC renewed Revolution for a second season, creator Eric Kripke knew he had to make some changes. "I'm relentless about figuring out what doesn't work and making it better," he says. "We reset the chessboard." That meant returning to the show's original conceit — a world without power — and cutting back on war-themed episodes. He also moved production from Wilmington, N.C., to Austin, giving the show a fresh look.
"With the change of Austin came a new team coming to us with a fresh eye," Kripke says. "I hope the audience sees were working hard to improve it and create a very credible world."
To say Monroe ruined Charlie's life would be an understatement. But according to Revolution star David Lyons, the pair will "really start to find a common ground" this week. Just don't expect it to be easy.
Miles and Aaron just can't catch a break!
This week on Revolution, both our heroes' lives go from bad — being captured by a war tribe, dying — to somehow worse. (Okay, well maybe nothing's as bad as dying, but Aaron definitely has his fair share of problems.) On a positive note, at least Neville will make some headway in his quest for revenge!
TVGuide.com spoke to creator Eric Kripke and stars Billy Burke, David Lyons and Giancarlo Esposito about what to expect of the game-changing episode and more.
[Warning: The following contains major spoilers from Revolution's Season 2 premiere. Read at your own risk.]