The Revolution examines the British invasion of the southern states during the war. It looks at Clinton's siege of Charleston, British efforts to recruit slaves in the south, Banastre Tarleton attack at Monck's Corner, and Benjamin Lincoln's surrender of Charleston.
The Revolution examines Washington's winter at Valley Forge focusing on Von Steuben's training and Nathanael Greene's supplying of the Continental Army. It also looks at John Paul Jones's victories over the British navy and the Battle of Monmouth.
The Revolution looks at the the first president of the United States and his work during the war.
The Revolution examines the conflict in the southern states. It looks at Banastre Tarleton's role in the Waxhaw Massacre, the battle between Horatio Gates and Charles Cornwallis at Camden, and the battle of Cowpens where Daniel Morgan decisively defeated Tarleton.
The Revolution looks back at Washington's role in the Revolution as he finishes his journey to New York City for his inauguration.
Creators discuss bringing the world of Revolution to life.
How did the bromance go wrong? David Lyons and the show creators trace Monroe's tragic fall.
Giancarlo Esposito and the show creators explore the character of Captain Tom Neville.
Billy Burke, Tracy Spiridakos and Giancarlo Esposito share their favorite character moments on "Revolution" at PaleyFest 2013.
Revolution star Billy Burke considers whether his character, Miles Matheson, is a redeemable character and talks about his relationship with Nora at PaleyFest 2013.
Revolution co-creator J.J. Abrams discusses genre TV and shares the secret sauce of "Revolution" at PaleyFest 2013.
Revolution co-creator Eric Kripke reveals that he hadn't considered why the power went out when he pitched the show to J.J. Abrams, then tells the audience how he was inspired by "Lord of the Rings" at PaleyFest 2013.
When Monroe puts her life on the line, Rachel turns to murder.
Just when all seems lost, Aaron's pendant comes to life.
When Drexel orders Aaron and Nora to shoot each other, Aaron looks to his past for the key to his future.
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