Tracy Spiridakos, Billy Burke
It's been a while, Revolution. We've missed you. At least those of us who still remember the NBC hit after its seemingly endless four month hiatus. But now Revolution's return is only a few weeks away (March 25 at 10/9c) and the question is: does anyone still care? Creator Eric Kripke sure hopes so. "I think, honestly, it's an engine that's humming better than it ever has," he said. While Revolution was the biggest freshman hit of the fall season, many viewers were left lukewarm by the midseason finale. After taking this time off the air to reevaluate, Kripke now believes the show's return has what it takes to attract old fans, those still on the fence as well as a whole new audience. "We've learned from our mistakes and really sort of figured out what works and what doesn't work," he tells TVGuide.com...
Emily Deschanel, Patrick Dempsey, Pauley Perrette
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"The revolution and the battle against Monroe really begins."
That was the party line Sunday at Revolution's panel during NBC's winter TV previews, as executive producer Eric Kripke promised reporters that the second half of the series' freshman season will actually begin to deliver on the promise of the title...
Revolution's seventh episode was one of those where the flashbacks far outshined the main story line. "The Children's Crusade" finally gave us a much-awaited glimpse at the story behind the notorious blackout. Check out what we learned and seven other burning questions. [Spoilers ahead]
Where it all began:
In just a few short weeks, Charlie Matheson (Tracy Spiridakos) has polarized Revolution's audience into two very distinct groups: those who appreciate Charlie's plucky spirit and those who want to strangle the heroine with her own (perfectly coiffed) hair. But is Charlie really that bad or is she simply misunderstood?
Giancarlo Esposito, Kim Raver
She completes him. And that may or may not be a good thing. Ever since NBC's new thriller Revolution premiered, we've been hearing wicked warlord Tom Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) talk lovingly and longingly about his wife, Julia. We finally meet her in Monday's episode (10/9c, NBC), and...
Tracy Spiridakos, Billy Burke
Revolution creator Eric Kirpke was surprisingly candid during a recent conference call with journalists, revealing much about what viewers can expect of the drama's future. The showrunner opened up about the reasoning behind last Monday's death, Grace's return and when we'll find out why the power went out! (It's sooner than you might think.) Here are six juicy teases. [Spoilers ahead]
Get ready for a Lost reunion on Person of Interest. Mark Pellegrino is set to guest-star on the Michael Emerson drama.
Pellegrino, who played Jacob, the mysterious island oracle, to Emerson's blind devotee Ben on the ABC drama, will take charge once again as...
Billy Burke and Tracy Spiridakos
It's a lot easier to keep your secrets when the world has been plunged into darkness. But, sooner or later, they get out anyway. NBC's post-doomsday adventure series Revolution — about the fight to reestablish America in the years after a worldwide blackout — continues tonight with startling revelations about Miles Matheson, the moody, Han Solo-esque swordsman played by Billy Burke.
"This is the episode where the audience will finally understand why we're calling our show Revolution," creator Eric Kripke says. "We've set up our chessboard and are about to have the first battle in the ongoing war between the Monroe militia and the rebel freedom fighters. With that comes a big bombshell. So far, all we know about Miles is that he's a real badass. Now we find out why."