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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Revolution's Creator, Eric Kripke, Says Second Half Is "Bigger and Better"


Revolution wrapped its fall episodes last night with a victory and a setback for our heroes. The good guys are finally all together, with Miles and Charlie having rescued kidnapped Danny and Rachel. But the devious Gen. Monroe now has the electrical power to command a high-tech military force. What’s planned for the second half of the season? In an exclusive interview, Revolution creator Eric Kripke talks about last night’s hour and how things will change (and improve) for the second half of the season. Kripke addresses the four-month hiatus, reveals what mystery will definitely be solved in the spring, and what key characters will be doing. “We have bigger and better stuff coming,” he promises. Here’s the scoop:

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Was there ever a version in your head where Miles goes, “Yeah, I’m re-joining Monroe”?

Eric Kripke: What we love about Miles is half of him is light and half is shadow. If this story was set a couple years ago he would be the bad guy. You never want to lose sight of that. Just because Miles was able to face-off with Monroe in this particular encounter and maintain the heroic side of his personality doesn’t mean it’s going to happen again. So even though he was able to resist the temptation, that temptation is still there. Even moreso when he starts to fulfill his destiny and becomes a leader for the rebels [in the second half of the season]; he starts to fall into his old bloodthirsty patterns again. … There’s also a lot of important pieces in last night’s episode that move the story forward. We’re setting up how pissed Monroe is going to be in the second half of the season; how personal Neville is going to take Miles’ assault on his wife. And [we hinted that] Rachel and Miles have a very secret history.

I gotta ask, since I’m seeing this comment on the boards: How could Rachel forget to grab the pendant on the way out of the room?

Kripke: We shot a scene where Rachel goes, “We have to go back and get the pendant,” and Miles says, “We can’t go back, they’re shooting machine guns at us!” We ended up cutting it for time because we thought, maybe wrongly, that when there’s a room full of five people shooting machine guns in your direction that you can’t run toward those machine guns.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

1x10 "Nobody's Fault..." Pictures + Behind the Scenes




Revolution Fall Finale Ratings

Revolution Episode 1x10, "Nobody's Fault But Mine", scored 2.9 in the 18-49 demographics and 8.70 million viewers. The Fall Finale was up 12% from last week's series-low 2.6.

Revolution ended the year with really good numbers. 2013 promises to be full of action now that the Matheson family is reunited and Monroe got the power.

Complete Season 1 Ratings here: Episodes

Everything Will Change in 2013 - PROMO HD

Finale Review & Discussion: "Nobody's Fault But Mine" 1x10


Review by SpoilerTV


   Revolution's mid-season finale, "Nobody's Fault But Mine", left us with a Kripke-worthy cliffhanger, and I'm pretty ticked off we have to wait four months to find out what comes next. I'm really hoping that the powers that be take a chance and give the show an early pick up because it would seem even crueller than that cliffhanger to keep the cast and crew wondering until well into May if they wait to see what the ratings are like in the spring.

   "Nobody's Fault But Mine" was written by Monica Owusu-Breen and Matt Pitts, both of whom have already written episodes, and directed by Frederick E. O. Toye who is well-known from other Bad Robot projects like Lost, Alias, and Fringe. I felt this was a tightly paced episode, packed with a lot of pay off for viewers. Owusu-Breen wrote the other episode "No Quarter" that featured Jeremy and also showed Miles and Bass on the road after the blackout. Having her write more of their backstory and the climactic reunion between the two was a good choice. Pitts also wrote "The Children's Crusade" which suffered from some plot inconsistencies but did feature some excellent backstory on Rachel, and as Rachel was again a featured character in this episode, he was a good choice here too. There were a number of really outstanding performances in the episode and some great action sequences.

   I'm hoping that we are going to see more of Mark Pellegrino as Jeremy Baker in the second half of the season. He had only a few scenes here but was his usual under-stated best. He's obviously been vying for Monroe's attention and affection as a replacement for Miles and after tonight's episode, it looks like he might be stepping in to become Monroe's new best friend. I was sad to see Rachel kill Will Strausser. David Meunier was deliciously psychopathic and particularly creepy talking about Charlie in tonight's episode - he'll be very much missed.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Revolution Finale Interview, Spoilers on Monroe and More

   Revolution‘s band of fighters have finally reached Philadelphia, but the City of Brotherly Love it ain’t. In fact, the survivors’ troubles are only beginning now that they’re in enemy territory.

   Here, co-executive producer David Rambo previews Monday’s big midseason finale (NBC, 10/9c), which features an internal conflict for Miles, the reveal of Monroe’s plans and a possible mother/daughter reunion. The EP also teases what’s in store for the second half of Season 1 (hint: it involves travel), which kicks off on March 25.

TVLINE | What challenges lie ahead for Miles, Charlie and everyone now that they’re in Philadelphia?

Next week will be the first time that all the Mathesons are in the same city since the premiere. So there are lots of opportunities to see what could happen there. A big challenge for Miles is — [as] part of him revealed in the hallucination he had last [Monday] — if Monroe asked him to come back, he would like that. We are going to see Miles and Monroe come face-to-face, and Monroe is going to ask him to come back to the militia.

TVLINE | How does that meeting compare with the one that we saw in this past episode? (Granted, it was a hallucination.)

[Laughs] Well, the hallucinations pretty much express Miles’ own internal needs and wants. Really it was from Miles’ heart, the hallucination. But Monroe really means it when he says, “I want you back. Come back.” We’ll see that next week. Of course, that’s a crisis for Miles.

TVLINE | Despite the fact that obviously something really horrible went down between them and Miles tried to assassinate Monroe, is there a feeling of brotherhood and love when they meet again?

A lot of that’s going to be revealed in [Monday's] episode…. It’s really the heart of the episode. I can tell you we really go pretty deeply into how the bond was formed, how far back in their lives it goes and the crisis that that presents in the present for them both when they come face-to-face. And there is an epic sword fight. I have to say that. It’s fantastic.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

New Poster for Mid-Season Finale

New Revolution poster for the mid-season finale, airing on Monday 26! Click the image to enlarge.


Revolution Episode 9 Ratings, "Kashmir"

Revolution Episode 1x09, "Kashmir", scored 2.6 in the 18-49 demographics and 7.04 million viewers. This numbers are practicaly the same as last week's and they should rise a little in the finale. Don't miss it!


Complete Season 1 Ratings here: Episodes

Fall Finale Promo - 1x10 "Nobody's Fault But Mine"

Monday, November 19, 2012

Review & Discussion of Episode 9 "Kashmir"

1x09 Kashmir

Review by SpoilerTV


   This week's episode of Revolution, "Kashmir", had some interesting moments, including not one but two Led Zepplin songs. While the episode had two memorable scenes for me, it won't go down as my favorite episode of the series. We are building to the mid-season finale next week, and it did feel like we were starting to tie up some plot lines in anticipation of some new ones, now that the main group's quest is almost at an end. I'm expecting a heck of a cliffhanger from Kripke next week as that was always his MO on Supernatural and Abrams is no stranger to them either. "Kashmir" was written by Jim Barnes and directed by Charles Beeson, who has now directed three of the nine episodes so far. My reservations about the episode have nothing to do with the direction and Beeson does deliver good performances from the entire cast and uses lighting and framing to add depth to virtually every scene.

   My biggest reservations about this episode, unfortunately, revolve around the writing. Number one is the entire premise that our heroes would have been running out of oxygen that quickly and to the extent that they would have been hallucinating. They were in a large tunnel that wasn't air tight. While I am willing to accept that Charlie wouldn't have been hallucinating as quickly because she is smaller than Nora, Aaron, and Miles that still doesn't explain why no one else in their party does. While I realize that the budget and time constraints would have limited giving much of a storyline to the "extras", this was rather an extreme case of ignoring them completely, with the exception of Ashley and Sergeant Weebley(?). And having the Sergeant be the only character to really have anything to do made it pretty obvious that he was going to turn out to be working against them. That said, the only hallucination that felt like it accomplished anything in terms of plot was Miles'. So, I have to ask, why not simply find a way for Miles alone to have an hallucination? It would be more believable if he'd been hit in the head during the cave in. While having Charlie hallucinate at the end of the episode for much the same reason might have seemed a bit clunky, it would still have been an improvement on this very clunky plot device.

   I'm expecting a climactic meeting between Miles and Monroe next week, and on our way to that moment, this week's episode gives us some great insights into the relationship between Miles and Monroe. Miles expresses concern to Charlie about coming face to face with Monroe, but Charlie doesn't understand that this could be a problem. Charlie asks Nora about what Miles was like when he was General of the militia because that is when she was with him. She tells Charlie that Miles and Monroe had been very close, but Miles had tried to assassinate Monroe. In the end, he hadn't been able to go through with it. Charlie is shocked, and once again, she grew on me a bit in this episode as we see her be a bit more vulnerable, as when she's trapped on the mine, and be a bit less stridently idealistic. She still has faith in Miles even as she learns more about him and even in the face of his revealing some of his own weakness to her. She overhears his hallucination with Monroe and admonishes him to pull it together. She tells him they won't make it without him. In the end, I'm counting on the bond that's forming between them to be the strength he draws on in his meeting with Monroe.

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Giancarlo Esposito Teases The Big 'Revolution' Cliffhanger

Giancarlo Esposito
   If you look in the dictionary under devilishly evil, you might well see a picture of Giancarlo Esposito. In the recent past, the Emmy-nominated actor has gone from one bad-guy role to another, starring in AMC’s “Breaking Bad,” (as the unpredictable meth dealer Gustavo Fring), ABC’s “Once Upon A Time” (as Sidney Glass of Magic Mirror fame) and of course, in his current role as Major Tom Neville in NBC’s post-apocalyptic hit, “Revolution.”

So which sort of role does he really prefer to play — the rare good guys or those wicked ones he's known so well for?

“I love them both!” Esposito told The Clicker. “I think you are good and you are bad, and bad and good, and good and bad! It’s actually been really interesting, especially with Gustavo and now Tom. With each role, I find something that is redeemable but yet I find a new level of darkness.”

Esposito’s favorite evil man? “Breaking Bad’s” Gustavo.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Billy Burke Talks About Monroe and Mid-Season Finale

Billy Burke as Miles Matheson
   Things get trippy in Monday’s Revolution (NBC, 10/9c) when Miles, Charlie & Co. have trouble figuring out what’s real and what’s fantasy. Their hallucinations will be accompanied by the music of legendary rockers Led Zeppelin, who granted the freshman hit the rights to use two songs – “Since I’ve Been Loving You” and “Kashmir” (which is also the episode’s title) – in the special installment.

   Know what else rocks? With only two new hours left before the show takes a hiatus until March 25, Billy Burke tackled some of our burning questions.

WHAT’S GOT THE GANG SEEING THINGS? | When the band of survivors finds itself in an incredibly disorienting situation, “We walk the line between what the characters know as reality and what might not be reality [and] what might be playing with their heads a little bit,” previews Burke. “It’s really cool.”

WILL WE SEE MORE OF MILES’ SOFTER SIDE? |“All of his past and all of the memories and all the damage that’s been done, it’s been germinating for so long and now it’s bubbling to the surface and coming out in ways that he never would have expected. As he starts to do that and Charlie starts to get tougher and sink deeper… we’re going to see them start to take on each other’s characteristics a little bit.” But Miles’ badass nature isn’t going anywhere. “We’re not going to lose that. Somebody’s got to keep the peace, and he’s really the only guy in that group that can do it at this point.”

HOW DID MILES BECOME A MILITIA BADDIE? | “We’re going to start to see where it all came from and how it all happened. We actually haven’t gotten to any of those episodes, but I know they’re coming. But as this year comes to a close and we open next year with the second half of the season, from my understanding, we’re going to start to get heavy into that backstory.”

HOW WILL MILES AND MONROE’S FACE-TO-FACE GO? | The former friends come together in the midseason finale, and it “gets really fun,” teases Burke. The meeting “happens in a very unexpected way, just a brilliant and a creative way on the writers’ parts… It’s tough because there was a point… during the past 15 years where Miles did try to take him out and overthrow [him]. Two lifelong best friends, brothers, having had that happened, coming back together, it’s tough.” In the new year, Burke says, we’ll even glimpse “some flashes of Miles and Bass several years after the blackout.”

WHAT THE DEAL WITH MILES AND RACHEL? | “It’s a-coming,” teases Burke of the characters’ shared backstory. While he hasn’t filmed any flashback scenes with Tim Guinee’s Ben yet, “the relationship with Miles and Rachel is starting to come to light.” And that story might just lead him to some new players like Randall. So will his journey cross with that of the Department of Defense mystery man? “Eventually, because of his relationship with Rachel,” replies Burke. “Rachel’s heavily embedded into that part of the storyline. We don’t know what the extents and depth are of Miles and Rachel’s relationship yet, but as that starts to get revealed and as we get closer and closer to getting Danny, I’m sure those will intersect at some point.”

WILL WE VISIT THE OTHER REPUBLICS? | While the series hasn’t filmed any trips to other North American lands like the California Commonwealth or Texas yet, Burke imagines a storm is brewing “The Monroe Militia, if they could, would take over the entire continent, so it’s my guess that the other militias are going to go to war with them.”

WHY DID THE POWER GO OUT?! | Answers are coming! “One of the things [creator Eric] Kripke’s been talking about from the get-go is not to build expectations so high that you can’t fill them. The reason that the power went off, it’s a central theme in the show, but we’re going to reveal that sooner [rather] than later so it doesn’t have to be this enormous, mind-blowing [moment of], ‘Oh my God!’ It’ll be interesting enough to make sense and move the story forward from there.” To that end, Monday’s episode will feature “information revealed about the blackout that we wouldn’t have thought of,” previews Burke. So far, the amulets have turned on the electricity just a little here and there, powering objects like an iPhone or a lighthouse, but “imagine if that were amplified a little bit, bit by bit,” he hints.

IS IT MARCH YET? | “It feels big,” says Burke of the Nov. 26 midseason finale, so prepare to count down the days until the show’s return. As for the actor, he’s not too concerned about the four-month hiatus. “The whole thing is new to me. I’ve never had a series that’s gone past 12 episodes… All that I know is it looks like we’re doing well, and it looks like people are enjoying the show. I, as much as anybody else, can’t wait to see what happens.”

Source: TVLine

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

How J.J. Abrams Pitched 'Revolution'

J.J. Abrams
   It started with two men sword fighting in front of a Starbucks.

   Writer-producer Eric Kripke dreamed up that surreal image last summer. His previous series Supernatural was inspired by a similarly random mental snapshot — “a girl on the ceiling on fire.” Now he had this new idea, the coffee shop sword fight. Kripke didn’t know who the fighting men were or why they were using medieval weapons. He only knew he wanted to somehow take modern-day America and roll it back pre-industrial times, to write a quest story like Star Wars or Lord of the Rings, only in a land peppered by freeways and fast food restaurants.

   “I wanted to take everything I love about Lord of the Rings — swords and swashbuckling and quests and damsels in distress — put all that deep nerd fantasy stuff on the American highway,” Kripke says.

   So he took the idea to primetime’s reigning master of big concepts, producer J.J. Abrams (Lost, Person of Interest), who saw the potential, particularly the inherent appeal of a back-to-basics rustic setting. “It’s wish fulfillment,” Abrams says. “We’re constantly being bombarded. It’s a silencing of the din that we live in right now.”

   Moreover, Abrams says stripping away technology can help a show creatively, just like with the stranded island castaways on ABC’s Lost. “One of the things that’s difficult and frustrating about all the technology we have is it eliminates a lot of potential for drama,” Abrams says. “[Characters] can communicate instantly, they can research things, they can jump on a plane and be anywhere. Writers contort themselves to eliminate cell phones from scenes. And one of the beautiful byproducts of Kripke’s idea is that there’s no longer that immediate access.”

Monroe Republic Part 1: Resources

   We have all seen the United States map shown on Revolution and how it is divided into several ‘Republics’ like Monroe Republic, Georgia Federation, Plains Nation, Texas, Wasteland and California Common Wealth. In this post I wanted to show you how are distributed the strategic resources in the US like fresh water sources, hunting areas, etc. These are the most important resources in this post-apocalyptic world and its distribution will allow us to understand better some aspects of Revolution’s story, for example, why the Georgia Federation and Plains Nations established an alliance to go to war with Monroe Republic as seen in episode 1x05 “Soul Train”.

Episode 10 Promotional Pictures

12 promotional pictures from episode 1x10 "Nobody's Fault But Mine", remember this will be the last episod of this year!



Pictures from Episode 8 + Behind the Scenes

More pictures of episode 1x08 "Ties That Bind" and its filming. Click on any picture to enlarge.





Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Revolution 1x08 Ratings

Revolution Episode 1x08, "Ties That Bind", scored 2.6 in the 18-49 demographics and 7.12 million viewers. This are the lowest numbers Revolution wich isn't good news. Lets hope it picks up in the last 2 episodes remaining this year.


Complete Season 1 Ratings here: Episodes

Revolution Revealed: Episode 8

Episode 9 "Kashmir" TV Promo

Monday, November 12, 2012

Episode Review & Discussion: 1x08 "Ties That Bind"


Review


   Tonight’s episode of Revolution, “Ties That Bind”, continued to explore the theme of family. Once again, I really liked the exploration of what it means to be a family, and how the show explored it in several time frames and storylines. The show is also using that theme to illustrate what holds us together as a society, and I’m looking forward to seeing that play out further. Lots of action kept this episode moving, but I did have a few quibbles about some of the story elements.

   The episode focused on Nora, and her backstory was the focus of the flashbacks in the episode. She is, like Charlie, the big sister who stepped up to look after her younger sibling. This goes some way to explaining why Nora has bonded with Charlie and her mission to save Danny. I was really struck – again – by the parallels of these storylines with Kripke’s previous show, Supernatural. That show centers around two brothers, and one brother is charged by his father with looking after the younger one. It’s interesting to see that dynamic played out in this new context, however. In the case of Nora and Mia, they were completely dependent upon each other with one parent dead and the other presumably so. Unlike the brothers in Supernatural, who were very young and had their father to raise them, Nora and Mia are a bit older but completely alone. A quick shout out to the young actors playing young Nora and young Mia who were excellent. And a shout out to casting for finding two actors so believable as young versions of the older actors. We see Nora and Mia in the final flashback vow to look after each other, but obviously, at some point they lose touch. We don’t get to see them move from Texas to the Republic or how they got involved with the Militia – with Nora ending up with the Rebels and Mia bounty-hunting for the Militia, but that may be some backstory they are holding back for later.

   One of the weak links in this story was that I was pretty sure right from the start that Mia was working with Strausser. There were also hints in the dialogue – which were a bit more subtle. At first Mia suggests going to California to get away from Strausser and the Republic, but soon after that she tells Nora that she spent the last year in Texas finding their father, and eventually convinces her to go to Texas. Nora is reluctant to break her promise to Charlie, but Charlie releases her because Mia is her family. This was a nice moment for Charlie in the episode, and shows some character development on her part. She’s still desperate to rescue Danny but is starting to also see the bigger picture for those around her. We also see that there is more between Miles and Nora to be revealed when she kisses him goodbye. It will be interesting to see if they will simply agree to ignore that kiss now that Nora is back with the group.

Revolution ft. Led Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin

LOS ANGELES (AP) — What tunes fit a post-apocalyptic society? For NBC's freshman drama "Revolution," the answer is Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir" and "Since I've Been Loving You."

The songs will be featured in next week's episode of "Revolution," on the same day that Led Zeppelin's "Celebration Day" album and a companion documentary on DVD will be released.

Corporate synergy led to the deal for the onetime rock band that rarely allows use of its music in Hollywood projects. "Revolution" is produced in association with Warner Bros. Television, and Led Zeppelin has a deal with Warner Music Group's publishing arm.

But it was Eric Kripke, creator and executive producer of "Revolution," who brought his series and the band together.

When Warner-Chappell Music sent out an email asking if any producers on the studio lot would be interested in using Led Zeppelin songs, Kripke jumped at the chance.

"The speed and overwhelming enthusiasm with which I responded, I think, frankly weirded them out a little," said the self-described "massive Led Zeppelin fan."

The Led Zeppelin-accented episode of "Revolution" will air 10:01 p.m. EST Monday, Nov. 19. A "Revolution" promo spot featuring "Kashmir" will air throughout this week on NBC, with an extended version available on the network's website.




Source: BigStory

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Burning Questions: The Children's Crusade

Revolution's seventh episode was one of those where the flashbacks far outshined the main story line. "The Children's Crusade" finally gave us a much-awaited glimpse at the story behind the notorious blackout. Check out what we learned and seven other burning questions. [Spoilers ahead]

Where it all began: Creator Eric Kripke wasn't joking around when he said he'd answer questions quickly. Only seven episodes in and Revolution has already revealed the cause behind the blackout (well, to an extent).

Through flashbacks, we see that Ben (Tim Guinee), Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Grace (Maria Howell) were part of a start-up the couple conceived to attempt to generate clean, low-cost electricity. But, lo and behold, they accidentally discovered a way to inhibit all electricity! (Those crazy scientists. Can't they get anything right?)

In a moment dripping with irony, Ben insists to Rachel that a contract with the Department of Defense is the only option for the struggling company. "Another month, we won't be able to keep the lights on," Ben tells his wife, thankfully unable to hear my amused chuckles.

And though Rachel resists selling the technology to the government, it appears her opposition didn't last too long.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Episode 1x10 “Nobody’s Fault But Mine” – Synopsis

As the gang tries to rescue Danny, Monroe and Miles face each other; a shocking discovery leaves Charlie feeling conflicted.

Promotional Pictures 1x08 "Ties That Bind"



Revolution Episode 7 Ratings

   Revolution scored a 2.9 in the 18-49 demographics and 7.74 million viewers. Castle and Hawaii Five-O scored 1.9 and 2.0 respectively in the same demographics and 10.06 and 7.35 million viewers, again respectively.


Complete Season 1 Ratings here: Episodes

Episode 8 TV Promo - "Ties That Bind"

Episode Review & Discussion: 1x07 "The Children's Crusade"


Review by SpoilerTV


   Revolution, “The Children’s Crusade,” was another finely crafted episode, written by Matt Pitts and directed by Charles Beeson. The aspect that I liked best about the episode was the way in which the various plots all carried the same theme forward. The thing I continue to like best about this show is that is manages to answer questions and still ask enough new ones to keep the plot moving and keep my interest well and truly piqued.

   This week’s theme was children, and it ran through the Charlie and company plot, the Rachel plot, and the flashback plot. Given that the show is strongly about family, it was completely consistent to focus an episode on what people were willing to do to protect their kids and their family.

   Charlie is motivated to help Michael, played by Supernatural alum Colin Ford, free his brother Peter from the soldiers who are conscripting children into the militia. Ford is a solid actor and delivers an excellent performance. Hopefully, we’ll see him again. At first, Miles is reluctant to help the band of orphans until he realizes that they were orphaned when the militia killed all their parents seven years ago – when Miles would have been the one in charge of the militia. I have to admit that when the band of kids takes Charlie and company prisoner, I flashed to Lord of the Flies, the lost boys/girls of Peter Pan and then to an old Star Trek episode in which only the children are left on a planet. Turns out that when they reach a certain age, they would catch a disease and die. The parallel here is unmistakeable. When these kids are old enough, they are conscripted into the militia to die.

   Aaron, we learn, is not comfortable around kids and references Children of the Corn and then calls them “a pack of hairless Ewoks” – another Star Wars shout out. I suspect that Aaron doesn’t like kids because he was probably bullied as a kid. Nora points out that it’s a bit ironic that he was the teacher in the settlement. In the end, we get to see Aaron be a hero and save the kids.

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Episode 9 - "Kashmir" Press Release


“REVOLUTION”

“KASHMIR”

11/19/2012 (10:01PM – 11:00PM) (Monday) : MILES LEADS CHARLIE AND THE GANG TO INDEPENDENCE HALL – Miles (Billy Burke) and the gang are bound for Monroe’s (David Lyons) lair – Independence Hall, but their efforts are impeded when they begin to have difficulty separating fantasy from reality. Meanwhile, Danny (Graham Rogers) starts to grow suspicious of Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell). Tracy Spiridakos, Daniella Alonso, Zak Orth, JD Pardo, Maria Howell, Tim Guinee and David Lyons also star.

Friday, November 2, 2012

Episode 8 - "Ties That Bind" Press Release


"REVOLUTION"

"TIES THAT BIND"

11/12/2012 (10:01PM - 11:00PM) (Monday) : NORA MUST CHOOSE BETWEEN FAMILY AND A PROMISE – KIM RAVER (‘GREY’S ANATOMY’) GUEST STARS – When Nora (Daniella Alonso) encounters a close relative, she must make a difficult choice between family and a promise. Meanwhile, one of the most ruthless members of the Militia is tracking Miles (Billy Burke), Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) and the gang and General Monroe (David Lyons) hands Captain Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) a stern warning.

Zak Orth, JD Pardo, Maria Howell, Daniella Alonso, Tim Guinee and Elizabeth Mitchell also star.