Billy Burke, Daniella Alonso
Monday's Revolution was all about revenge and rescue (and okay, a little bit of romance). So who shared a sexy kiss? Who saved the day? And who died? Check out our six burning questions to find out. [Warning: Major spoilers ahead]
JD Pardo, Tracy Spiridakos
Monday's Revolution was all about the idealist young'uns versus the war-weathered vets: but which side prevailed? Plus, what new horror is in store for Grace? Read on for the six biggest burning questions from Monday's Revolution. [Warning: Major spoilers ahead]
It seems as though everyone's out to get Monroe (David Lyons) nowadays. And since no one's truly safe on Revolution, we're starting to worry that our favorite tyrant's time is winding down. But if someone were to do him in — or at least give it a fighting shot — who should it be? We break down the likely suspects.
Zak Orth, Elizabeth Mitchell
On Monday's Revolution, two of our heroes—and a few of our villains — will come face-to-face with ghosts from their former lives.
While Aaron (Zak Orth) has been absent from the action recently, he finally gets some much-deserved attention when he runs into Priscilla (Maureen Sebastian)— the wife he abandoned in the woods fifteen years ago.
The past came back to bite our heroes right in the bum on Revolution. In "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia," we saw old friends, old enemies and a few that are a mix of both. Read on for the eight biggest burning questions from the latest episode. [Warning: Major spoilers ahead. Watch out!]
"It's not UN-weird," says the solemn and seriously disoriented Daniel Holden (a revelatory Aden Young), who's adjusting to life outside of prison after 19 years on death row, to which he was sentenced as a teen for a murder that new evidence suggests he may not have committed. Impeccably written and acted, quietly suspenseful, almost unbearably sad in its aching poignancy, Sundance Channel's six-hour drama series Rectify explores the impact of freedom on the overwhelmed Daniel, his grateful yet apprehensive family and the hostile Georgia small town that still condemns him.
Monday's Revolution answered the question we've all been waiting for: What caused the blackout? So let's not waste any time before digging into the seven burning questions from "The Song Remains the Same."
[WARNING: Major spoilers ahead. Read at your own risk.]
Revolution continued to add questions on top of questions this week, but I'm not complaining. "Ghosts" set up a lot of interesting changes to the NBC drama that will dramatically shift the series' tone away from the simple Miles vs. Monroe dichotomy. Read on for the nine biggest burning questions from Monday's episode....
Viva la Revolution!
NBC's hit genre series finally returned last week and quickly proved that no one is safe. Danny (Graham Rogers) paid the ultimate price, dying a hero after shooting down one of Monroe's (David Lyons) choppers. So how will Danny's death change the series? And what's next for the rebels? The cast of Revolution dished what's in store at Saturday's WonderCon panel, moderated by this reporter, who was able to get scoop on the finale, a steamy kiss, a kidnapping, torture and much, much more. Check it out:
Daniella Alonso, Graham Rogers, Zak Orth, Tracy Spiridakos
The joy that came with Revolution's return was more than a little dampened by frustration, shock and grief at the episode's much-hyped major death. So who died? Read on for this and ten other burning questions from "The Stand."
[Obviously, spoilers are ahead. Read at your own risk.]