The End may be near, but with three episodes to go, NBC's creepy hit miniseries Revelations still offers more questions than answers.
Where is the "miracle child"? Is he really Christ returned to Earth — or the Devil incarnate? And how can Dr. Massey (Bill Pullman) and Sister Josepha (Natascha McElhone) possibly hope to prevent the Apocalypse?
What we know so far: After being rescued at sea, the miracle child was taken by a mysterious priest. Massey and Sister Jo found the child's mother in an Italian psychiatric hospital and came away believing her story of virgin birth. Meanwhile, Satanists have kidnapped Massey's stepson Hawk. Their jailed leader, Isaiah Haden (Michael Massee), used astral projection to locate the convent where the nuns are hiding Olivia, the comatose girl who quotes scripture in Latin.
What's up next: Spoiler alert! Next week, Massey tracks down an ex-Satanist who reveals the terrible fate
Clutch the rosary beads, sister! Could there be a sinful scenario à la The Thorn Birds in the works on NBC's Revelations?
The Peacock's six-hour limited-run series, which begins April 13, features movie stars Bill Pullman and Natascha McElhone as a Harvard professor and a renegade nun who investigate omens that portend "the end of days," as predicted in the biblical book of Revelations.
They're like The X-Files' Mulder and Scully, only with the roles reversed. In this case, he's the doubting Thomas who seeks a scientific explanation for occult phenomena, while she's the true believer who's been dismissed as a blasphemous kook by authorities at the FBI, er, we mean the Vatican."Their relationship is unique," Pullman says. "It's not about coyness, it's not about some fabricated oil-and-water thing. They're two people with very different world