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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Ratings of Episode 1x15 "Home"

Ratings of Revolution - Episode 15
Revolution Episode 1x15, "Home", scored 2.0 in the 18-49 demographics and 5.80 million viewers. Remember that NBC has renewed Revolution for a second season!

Complete Season 1 Ratings here: Episodes

Read the review and rate the episode here: Episode 14 "Home"

Revolution Review Episode 1x15 Home

Review - Episode 1x15 Home

Episode 1x15 Review: "Home"

by SpoilerTV

   Tonight’s episode of Revolution, “Home,” was written by David Rambo and directed by Jon Cassar. Rambo also wrote the episode “Sex and Drugs” which featured flashbacks of Aaron (Zac Orth) and his wife Priscilla (Maureen Sebastian) who are reunited in this episode. In fact, the episode revolves around several romantically entangled reunions. The episode, while called “Home,” actually proves the old saying that you can’t go home again.

   As the episode opens, it’s clear that the war is taking its toll on both Miles (Billy Burke) and Monroe (David Lyons). Miles is clearly weary and disturbed by returning to the battlefield, and Monroe is increasingly paranoid and obsessed with killing Miles. Neither are relishing being "home" on the battlefield. It was nice to see Mark Pellegrino back as Jeremy Baker who seems to be Monroe’s new second in command. Pellegrino delivers his usual great performance. Baker, who has likely known Miles and Monroe the longest as they rescued him on the road as seen in the flashbacks in “No Quarter,” seems to know how to handle the increasingly volatile Monroe. Baker keeps an easy smile and makes his suggestions clearly suggestions so as not to set Monroe off.

   Meanwhile, Miles is dealing with his own staff problems in the form of Captain Dixon (Joe Knezevich) who is the liaison for the Georgia troops. Neither Miles nor Hudson (Malik Yoba) like Dixon. Their instincts are justified by the end of the episode when he disobeys Miles’ direct order and shoots Emma (Annie Wersching) hoping to kill Monroe. Miles then kills Dixon, nicely setting us up for the return of Tom Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) as President Foster’s (Leslie Hope) new liaison. And I can’t wait to see Miles’ face when Neville shows up to join the team!!

Friday, April 26, 2013

Episodes 1x16 and 1x17 Press Releases

Revolution 1x13 "Home"

Episode 1x16 - The Love Boat


"REVOLUTION"

"THE LOVE BOAT"

05/06/2013 (10:01PM - 11:00PM) (Monday) : MILES REMAINS WARY AS NEVILLE CLAIMS TO BE ON HIS SIDE AND THE GANG MAKES A DARING RESCUE, WHILE RACHEL AND AARON FACE THE MILITIA – Miles (Billy Burke) and Tom Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) find themselves fighting for the same cause but Miles still doesn’t trust him. And Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos), Jason (JD Pardo) and Nora (Daniella Alonso) attempt to pull off a daring river rescue of Dr. Stephen Camp (Timothy Busfield) to keep deadly anthrax out of the hands of Monroe (David Lyons). Meanwhile Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Aaron (Zak Orth) are captured and threatened by Militia forces.

Also starring, Colm Feore and Tom Nowicki

Episode 1x17 - The Longest Day


"REVOLUTION"

"THE LONGEST DAY"

05/13/2013 (10:01PM - 11:00PM) (Monday) : AS ACTION HEIGHTENS, SO DOES ROMANCE AMONG THE CORE REBELS-Romantic connections heat up between two couples -- Miles (Billy Burke) and Nora (Daniella Alonso) and Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) and Jason (JD Pardo) -- but disastrous drone strikes from the Militia threaten them all. An assassination attempt on Monroe (David Lyons) heightens his paranoia and Georgia Federation President Foster (guest star Leslie Hope) contemplates surrender. Meanwhile, Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Aaron (Zak Orth) push through the Plains Nation into Colorado.

Also starting Giancarlo Esposito, Mark Pellegrino

Revolution Renewed for Season 2!

Revolution renewed for Season 2
NBC just renewed five drama series: Parenthood, Revolution, Grimm, Law & Order: SVU and Chicago Fire.

All the shows — including Parenthood — received 22-episode orders.

“On the verge of our 2013 fall scheduling decisions, we’re pleased to renew five drama series that will be important to our new season line-up,” said Jennifer Salke, president of NBC Entertainment. “We’re proud and very appreciative of all of the actors, producers, writers and directors who work so hard to deliver such high-quality work week in and week out. These complex shows represent a broad range of genres and tones, and all of them stand out for us in a television landscape now filled with one-hour series. We’re especially pleased to be renewing Revolution and Chicago Fire — two first-season successes — and there will be more returning series announcements made in the next couple of weeks.”

Awesome news guy! Congratulations to the cast and crew of Rvolution for an amazing show! =)

Source: EW

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Episode 1x15 Promo "Home" with Annie Wersching

Episode 1x14 Ratings Hold Steady

Ratings of Revolution - Episode 14
After two weeks Revolution came back and it seems that the numbers have reached a stable ground. Revolution Episode 1x14, "The Night the Lights went out in Georgia", scored 2.2 in the 18-49 demographics and 6.16 million viewers. With this numbers we should expect a Second season announcement anytime, but wait until the official word to celebrate.

Complete Season 1 Ratings here: Episodes

Read the review and rate the episode here: Episode 14 "The Night the Lights went out in Georgia"

Revolution Episode Review: 1x14 "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia"

Revolution Episode 1x14

Review Episode 1x14

by SpoilerTV

This week’s episode of Revolution, “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia,” was originally supposed to air last week, but due to the Boston Marathon bombings, it was quickly pulled from the schedule and delayed until this week. Given the scenes of terrified citizens fleeing from a potential terrorist attack, I applaud the people who made the decision. It’s pointed out several times that the bomber wants to try for the “maximum innocent casualties.” Even a week later, those scenes very much resonated with me, and I’m sure with many watching.

The episode was written by Paul Grellong and directed by Nick Copus. Grellong again delivers an action packed episode and flashbacks that help to flesh out Miles’ back story this time. Copus is new to Revolution but has turned in episodes of both Arrow and Supernatural this year. He brings a great sense of timing and delivers some really emotional scenes and some great action sequences. I particularly liked the fight sequence in tight quarters between Miles (Billy Burke) and Alec (Dayo Okeniyi).

The episode begins with Monroe (David Lyons) learning that the Nevilles have snuck out of town and that their son has been seen alive. Monroe is clearly becoming paranoid and kills the Captain who bears the bad news to him because he was Neville's aide. Monroe also looks to be finding solace in alcohol. I hope that this is not the beginning of the end for Monroe as I’ve very much enjoyed Lyons. I’m still hoping they’ve got more for him to do other than simply unraveling and that we’ll see him reunited with Miles (Billy Burke) in flashbacks and in ‘present’ day.

Burke gives a wonderful performance in the episode as Miles is faced with one of the people he betrayed – a young soldier whom he mentored and considered a son. Miles trained Alec and gave Alec the knife his grandfather gave to his father who gave it to him. In flashback, we see that Miles had to sacrifice Alec to prevent a war. Alec botched an assassination attempt, and therefore, Miles has to give them Alec to placate them. Alec feels betrayed as he expected Miles to protect him. Ultimately, Alec feels even more betrayed because when he finally did return to the Republic, Miles had left, making Alec feel like his sacrifice had been for nothing. Ironically, it is Miles’ family knife with which he once again must sacrifice Alec for the greater good – to stop the detonating of the nuclear device.

Monday, April 15, 2013

Revolution Replaced by Boston Bombing Special

   NBC won't be airing tonight's scheduled episode of Revolution to emit a special coverage of Boston bombing tragedy. From "Revolution Is On" we send our thoughts and prayers to the victims of the tragedy, and if you live in Boston we hope you and your loved ones are ok and out of danger.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Ratings of Episode 13 "The Song Remains the Same"

Ratings of Revolution - Episode 13
Revolution Episode 1x13, "The Song Remains the Same", scored 2.3 in the 18-49 demographics and 6.32 million viewers. With this Revolution holds steady and strong considering it was against the NCAA Basketball Tournament. With this numbers we should expect a Second season announcement anytime, but wait until the official word to celebrate.

Complete Season 1 Ratings here: Episodes

Read the review and rate the episode here: Episode 13 "The Song Remains the Same"

Review of Episode 13 "The Song Remains The Same"


Review by TVLine

Monday’s Revolution finally revealed what caused the power to go out 15 years ago, and the answer is: Tiny, tiny, tiny computers?

Rachel shows Aaron a sketch of a design involving a very small circular object with extending arms. Each one is the size of a virus, and they’re everywhere, even in the air they’re breathing at that moment. There’s a couple hundred quadrillion of these things floating around out there with two programmed commands: To absorb electricity and to replicate. One day, something went wrong in the tower and they started reproducing out of control.

And there you have it.

Elsewhere, Monroe gives Neville a mission to retrieve something very important. But before he leaves, Neville exchanges some name-calling with Randall (Randall: “Your record represents a staggering level of incompetence.” Neville: “You’re just a civilian with a smug smile and a cheap suit.”) The officer ends up proving Randall right though when he lets himself get hijacked by Miles and the rebels on the road while joyfully listening to Lionel Richie. Rachel wants to kill Neville for what he did to Ben and Danny, but Miles plans to beat him, let him heal and then beat him again until he tells them where he was headed.

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Episode 1x15 "Home" Press Release

Revolution 1x13 "Home"

"REVOLUTION"

"HOME"

04/22/2013 (10:01PM - 11:00PM) (Monday) : MILES AND MONROE FACE OFF WITH DEADLY CONSEQUENCES WHILE RACHEL AND AARON ENCOUNTER OBSTACLES IN QUEST TO REACH THE TOWER- When the past catches up with Miles (Billy Burke) and Monroe (David Lyons) in the form of mutual heartthrob, Emma (Annie Wersching) all hell breaks loose for them physically and emotionally. Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) and Nora (Daniella Alonso) are the ones who rescue Miles this time. Meanwhile Aaron’s (Zak Orth) life is turned inside out while accompanying Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) on her tenacious trek to the mysterious Tower where she plans to restore the power.

Also starring Giancarlo Esposito, Leslie Hope, Malik Yoba, Mark Pellegrino and Maureen Sebastian.

Friday, April 5, 2013

Sneak Peek of Episode 1x13 "The Song Remains the Same"

Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) faces danger and hard choices as Monroe (David Lyons) doubts his loyalty.

Elizabeth Mitchell Teases New Secrets and the Return of Graham Rogers

Revolution Danny's death by helicopter
Last week , Revolution fans were shocked to see a heartbreaking twist in the drama’s mid-season return. After spending the first half of the season trekking across America to save her brother, Charlie and the rest of the Matheson group of good guys watched in horror as Danny (Graham Rogers) saved the day by blowing up Monroe's locket of power — only to get shot and killed himself.

In the wake of Danny’s death, Hollywood.com caught up with the cast and executive producers of Revolution this past weekend at WonderCon to learn all about what’s in store for our grief-stricken rebels and to find out if Danny is really gone for good.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Interview with JD Pardo and Tracy Spiridakos

Revolution - Jason and Charlie

   Last week's Revolution saw Jason finally take a stand against his father and do the right thing. But does that mean he's a rebel now that he's abandoned the militia? The war is only just getting started, and while Jason might not believe in the slaughter of innocent families, it's unlikely that he supports killing his own family either. So can Jason be trusted?

"His intensions are good, but is he gonna screw you over again? Who knows?" JD Pardo, who plays the former soldier, tells TVGuide.com. "But I believe that what Charlie brings out of Jason is a different side. She forces him to see things from her perspective and it doesn't match up with what he's being told, so there's a struggle ahead."

Even if Jason does decide to take up arms against his father, he still needs to convince Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) before he can join her Scooby Gang. When asked whether or not her character can trust Jason, Spiridakos kept it blunt: "Why should she?"

"He's saved her life, yes, but he's also put her in harm's way and done things to kind of mess things up for them a few times," Spiridakos continues, adding that while Jason will be around more, she's unsure if that's a good or bad thing. "She's been through so many times where she's trusted the wrong person and gotten kind of scolded for it. You've got to tread lightly."

Spiridakos is not kidding about Charlie being a little too trustworthy (see: Ray Kinsey, Maya Clayton). Although her hesitation to trust Jason is understandable, he is more than worthy of an exception. Even when Jason was in the militia, Pardo explains, he always thought that he was doing the right thing. That is, until the militia butchered entire rebel camps.

But while Jason's unwavering desire to do good has currently alienated him from his family, Pardo is simply happy that Jason's finally making his own decisions. "Let's say he doesn't choose the rebels. He doesn't choose Monroe. Let's say he's independent. That's great. As long as he's his own man," Pardo says. "Live and die by your own choices."

Pardo may be proud of Jason's autonomy, but it has come at a cost for the star. "I think that as an actor I've walked away from the set frustrated, not feeling like I have a group," he says. "Like, where do I fit in? How do I fit in? Then it took me a second to realize, 'Oh, it's OK because that's how the character feels.'

"It is a lonely place," he continues. "[Jason's] loyal to a father that sees right through him and he wants to be with the girl, but there's no trust there. Where do you go?"

What do you think Jason should do? Do you think Charlie should trust him? Sound off in the comments below!

Source: TVGuide

What is the Tower of Revolution?

David Rambo - Revolution producer

Thanks for all the scoop on Revolution. What the heck is the Tower?! - Clark

NATALIE: We will see the Tower of power before the end of the season, co-executive producer David Rambo says. "It's very much like the cave that the Dragon guards in mythology," he says. "It's a place of a lot of power and it's dangerous for everybody who goes in there. Whoever controls the Tower, controls the power."

Source: TVGuide

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

TV Promo for Episode 13 "The song Remains the Same"

Next Monday we have Episode 13 "The Song Remains the Same" in which, according to Eric Kripke, they reveal the BIG mystery: Why did the lights go out?

Ratings of Episode 1x12 "Ghosts"

Ratings of Revolution - Episode 12
Revolution Episode 1x12, "Ghosts", scored 2.3 in the 18-49 demographics and 6.65 million viewers. This monday's episode, the second since its return, was down 15%.

Complete Season 1 Ratings here: Episodes

Read the review and rate the episode here: Episode 12 "Ghosts"

Review of Episode 1x12 - "Ghosts"

Revolution Episode 1x12 Ghosts

Review by SpoilerTV

   This week’s solid episode of Revolution, “Ghosts,” was written by the team of David Rambo and Melissa Glenn who also wrote a solid episode in “Ties that Bind.” Once again, the story deals with family. Most of the characters are dealing with a loss and fragmentation of their family. The episode was directed by Miguel Sapochnik whose credits include another JJ Abrams’ show: Fringe. Sapochnik’s use of tight focus and light and shadow in the first scene between Monroe (David Lyons) and Flynn (Colm Feore) is particularly effective in being evocative of the cat and mouse game the characters are playing as they vie for dominance in their relationship. There is also a beautiful transition between a slow motion shot of Flynn walking in the present to a regular speed shot of him walking in the past.

   All the characters are still reeling from Danny’s (Graham Rogers) death, and Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell), Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos), and Miles (Billy Burke) each deal with his death in their own destructive way. While many viewers felt cheated that the entire first half of the season was about saving Danny only to kill him, his death is an important catalyst going forward. It also is in keeping with a precedent that Kripke began in Supernatural when the entire first season was about finding John only to have him die in the season two premiere. It’s also a device used by Abrams in Lost when Boone survives the plane crash only to be killed relatively shortly thereafter.

   Danny’s death, perhaps most importantly, really causes Miles to commit to helping the rebels and he embarks on a mission to gather all his own former senior officers, starting with Jim Hudson (Malik Yoba). Going forward, this supplies us with at least a few episodes that will revolve around the quest to build Miles’ special force and has the potential to supply us with a number of interesting characters going forward. When Nora (Daniella Alonso) tries to reach out to him about Danny’s death, he tells her, “I’m fighting for your stupid rebels, what more do you want from me?” He’s committed to getting revenge for Danny’s death as opposed to the rebels themselves.