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Lost alum Sonya Walger and Revolution's Zak Orth have landed guest-starring roles on Elementary, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
[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....
[Warning: The following contains major spoilers from Revolution's Season 2 premiere. Read at your own risk.]
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.
Revolution's first season was uneven, to say the least, but don't lose faith in the series just yet. The show is executive-produced by Eric Kripke, the same man who turned a simple demon-hunting series into a high-concept war between Heaven, Hell and the two brothers caught in between. If Kripke can positively revamp Supernatural, why can't the same be done for Revolution? When Revolution returns this fall, it will be a perfect opportunity for the drama to get a fresh start. So listen up, Kripke! Here are our five suggestions on how to fix Revolution: