Revolution

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Ratings: Super Fun Night Opens Strong; Ironside Weak

Rebel Wilson, Kate Jenkinson

Super Fun Night had a solid, though not super, debut.

The Rebel Wilson comedy premiered Wednesday to 8.2 million viewers and a 3.2 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, becoming the season's No. 2 new comedy behind The Crazy Ones. Though it dropped a full point from lead-in Modern Family (10.9 million, 4.2), Super Fun Night had better retention ...
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Revolution Burning Questions: How Will Miles Survive?

Billy Burke

[Warning: The following contains major spoilers from Wednesday's episode of Revolution]

Miles is crippled, Aaron might be crazy, and Neville is ... well, being Neville, but at least for a good cause this time. So how will Miles survive? Is Neville supposed to be a hero now? Read on for the 10 biggest burning questions from Wednesday's episode of Revolution.... read more

American Blackout Trailer: Would You Survive If the Lights Went Out?

American Blackout

Everyone has a zombie apocalypse escape plan, but what about one for a catastrophic blackout, like the one seen on NBC's Revolution? read more

Revolution: Things Only Get Worse for Miles and Aaron

Billy Burke

Miles and Aaron just can't catch a break!

This week on Revolution, both our heroes' lives go from bad — being captured by a war tribe, dying — to somehow worse. (Okay, well maybe nothing's as bad as dying, but Aaron definitely has his fair share of problems.) On a positive note, at least Neville will make some headway in his quest for revenge! 

TVGuide.com spoke to creator Eric Kripke and stars Billy BurkeDavid Lyons and Giancarlo Esposito about what to expect of the game-changing episode and more.

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Top Moments: Ted Meets the Mother (Sort Of) and Late Night's Epic Lip-Sync Battle

Josh Radnor, Cristin Milioti and Josh Radnor

Our top moments of the week:

13. Best Sexual Harassment: In an effort to win back her old office on The Mindy Project, Mindy convinces her new (and much less alcohol-tolerant) co-worker, Paul (James Franco) to a shots-off. When Mindy drinks Paul under the table, literally, she helps walk him home and leaves him, unconscious, at the door to his apartment. But not before the newly engaged Mindy decides to go in for a kiss. The minute she presses her lips against his, however, the drunk Paul yells "Whoa, mama! Help me! Whoa!"  Apparently that wasn't as good for him as it was for... read more

Ratings: Revolution Plummets; X Factor, SVU Rise

Revolution

NBC isn't starting a Revolution on Wednesdays.

Without a lead-in from The Voice, the drama kicked off the night with 6.8 million viewers and a 1.8 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down more than 50 percent from ...
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Revolution Burning Questions: What the Heck Happened to Aaron?

Zak Orth

[Warning: The following contains major spoilers from Revolution's Season 2 premiere. Read at your own risk.] read more

First Look: Revolution Scares Up Halloween

Revolution

A world without power is a terrifying enough concept, but the denizens of Revolution's dystopia have grown so accustomed to the horror that they're not afraid to celebrate Halloween. In the Oct. 16 episode, Rachel and the folks of Willoughby, Texas, try to show the town's kids that life does go on.

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Revolution Creator Eric Kripke Promises a Much-Improved Season 2

Zak Orth, Elizabeth Mitchell, Billy Burke

For everyone who gave up on Revolution last season, it might be time to reconsider. The NBC series returns Wednesday (8/7c) as the gritty, post-apocalyptic drama it was supposed to be before becoming overwhelmed by pendants, nanotech and nuclear bombs.

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Mega Buzz: Good Wife's New Firm, Grey's Daddy Issues and Mother's Wedding Bride

Julianna Margulies, Justin Chambers, Cobie Smulders

Every week, editors Adam Bryant and Natalie Abrams satisfy your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to mega_scoop@tvguide.com or tweet them to @adam_bryant or @NatalieAbrams.

I am so excited for The Good Wife to return! Any scoop on upcoming cases? — Rosie
ADAM:
 Strangely enough, The Good Wife will take inspiration from Friends for an upcoming episode — but probably not how you think. The case of the week is based on the (eventually dismissed) 2004 sexual harassment lawsuit brought against several of the NBC comedy's writers by a former writer's assistant. "Lockhart/Gardner gets in trouble," co-creator Robert King says. "One of their paralegals sues the firm for sexually harassing her and the firm unfortunately can't represent itself. So, over David Lee's objections, they go to Elsbeth Tascioni [recent Emmy winner Carrie Preston] to try to defend them." Will she be there for them?

James Remar as Alex's dad on Grey's Anatomy is great casting! Do you have any details? — Barbara
NATALIE:
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Premiered: September 17, 2012, on NBC
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