The revolution is about to begin!
On Monday, March 25 (10/9c), Revolution returns after a four-month hiatus — and though it's been quite a while since the show has been on the air, the NBC series will pick up exactly where we left off, with Miles (Billy Burke) & Co. on the run from Monroe (David Lyons) and his fleet of newly powered helicopters. But will they be able to make a daring escape? In short, duh! The show can't end like that! But what's in store for the survivors? The cast and executive producers teased what's coming up at Saturday's PaleyFest panel, moderated by TV Guide Magazine's Michael Schneider. Get the scoop below:
Nothing like a punch in the face to start an episode off right and that's exactly what Revolution's "Kashmir" did. The Led Zeppelin-infused episode blurred the line between fantasy and reality, in ways that twisted our heads in all the right ways. So what is real? Find out this and six other burning questions from Episode 9. [Spoilers ahead]
As Revolution approaches its midseason finale, it's gearing up to go out with a bang! With only two episodes left and so many questions still unanswered, TVGuide.com spoke to stars Billy Burke (Miles) and Daniella Alonso (Nora) about what to expect as the gang finally closes in on Philly.
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"It's going to be incredible!" Alonso exclaimed when asked about Monday's episode "Kashmir." While en route to...
Revolution's leading lady has gone from whimpering child to kickass heroine — all in the span of five episodes!
In Monday's episode, Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) came one step closer to toughening up in this post-apocalyptic world, nearly killing an innocent man in cold blood — but someone else did it first! Which group member, instead, went down the dark path? Check out the burning questions this week's episode of Revolution posed:
Revolution Burning Questions: The Truth Comes Out
Miles has some interesting friends: Miles (Billy Burke) takes the group to a poppy farm to get help for Nora (Daniella Alonso), whose knife wound to the gut has begun to...
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?