As if Miles and Monroe's relationship wasn't complicated enough, Revolution has thrown another wrench into the troubled bromance. The NBC hit has cast 24 alum Annie Wersching to play ...
Kevin McKidd, Sandra Oh
Grey's Anatomy has torrid relationships down to a science, but when Derek (Patrick Dempsey) and Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) finally got together, fans could breathe easy. Sure, they still had their ups and downs — the hospital shooting, her tampering with the clinical trial, his need for speed — but at least the MerDer 'shippers can rest easy that executive producer Shonda Rhimes won't — crosses fingers, just in case — ever break them up again.
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However, it's a different story for Mer's best friend Cristina (Sandra Oh), who has been...
Billy Burke and Daniella Alonso
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 is always about the bond between family, but for once we got a look at the troubled relationships outside the Matheson clan. So who has bad blood between them? Find out this and six other burning questions from "Ties That Bind." [Spoilers ahead]
Robert Pattinson, Billy Burke, and Kristen Stewart
Revolution has seen its fair share of great guest stars so far —Mark Pellegrino and Kim Raver, to name two — but there's an untapped source for the series to mine from: The Twilight cast!
Lest we forget, Billy Burke, who plays Miles Matheson on the NBC series, co-stars in the Twilight films as Bella Swan's (Kristen Stewart) father Charlie. With the final film being released this week, it seems only fitting to find out which of his co-stars he'd like to reunite with on his new NBC series...
Kim Raver, Giancarlo Esposito
These are the guest stars and events that the networks have planned for the third week of November sweeps:
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When Robin can't get herself to break up with Nick, Barney steps in to help her pull the trigger.
inspired by basketball coach Phil Jackson, Brennan tasks her five best squinterns with analyzing remains that have never been identified. When the team uncovers a man who died in the 9/11 attacks, everyone becomes determined to find out whether he was a victim or perpetrator...
Billy Burke and Giancarlo Esposito
Revolution's fifth episode was no joke. Every second of "Soul Train" was jam-packed with action and tantalizing teases of the story's mythology. It's also nice to see creator Eric Kripke following through on his promise to quickly provide answers which only lead to bigger questions. Here are the 10 biggest burning questions from Monday's episode, "Soul Train." [Spoilers ahead]
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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]
Monday's episode of Revolution will claim the show's first victim.
The latest promo for NBC's new drama dropped the news that one member of our motley crew won't make it out of the episode alive. "Obviously, it's not Charlie [Tracy Spiridakos]," executive producer David Rambo tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. And although there are some clues as to who may be taking a dirt nap, Rambo believes the death will have a significant impact.