I’m writing this… on a computer. For most of my life, that would be so mundane and so obvious that it’d be idiotic to even mention it. But now, I honestly never thought I’d see a blinking cursor ever again. Overhead, there are fluorescent lights. A breeze is blowing from an air conditioner. In the deepest bowels of this hole they ironically call ”The Tower,” I’m living my old life. Except I’m faced with what the true price of getting that life back would be. The people that live down here – the protectors of The Tower’s secrets – count Grace Beaumont among them, the woman Ben told me to find way back when I was just leaving our cul-de-sac. I can’t even process everything that’s happened since then, not even the stuff that’s happened in the last two weeks. Because all this time, we’ve been working to get the lights back on, but now Grace is telling me about the horror story the world could turn into if Rachel flips the switch. I just can’t see how the world could get much worse, but once you start talking about the oxygen in the atmosphere igniting… Continue reading
Considering what I’m about to do – this will probably be my last entry. So, to whoever finds this journal, first off, hello, and second, I hope you can find it in your heart not to use these pages as toilet paper or to start a fire. My name is Aaron Pittman and as unbelievable as it may sound, for the last few months, I have been on a quest to turn the power back on. Yes, as far as I know, I am not crazy. And no, I’m not joking. Continue reading
04/15/2013 (10:01PM – 11:00PM) (Monday) :
ANOTHER BETRAYAL PUSHES MONROE TO THE EDGE WHILE RACHEL MAKES A BIG MOVE TO TURN THE POWER BACK ON – Paranoia strikes Monroe deeply (David Lyons) as Neville disappears and Neville’s (Giancarlo Esposito) son Jason (JD Pardo) makes a big decision. Meanwhile, the familial bond between Miles (Billy Burke) and Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) grows stronger. Elsewhere, Miles experiences romantic attraction with both Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Nora (Daniella Alonso). And Rachel sets off on her dangerous quest to infiltrate the Tower and restore power to the world before Monroe can ignite a nuclear device. Also starring, Zak Orth, Dayo, Okeniyi and Robert Pralgo.
NBC Revolution stars Tracy Spiridakos and Billy Burke on the cover of “TV Guide Magazine“
- 1×11 ….. Air date: Monday, March 25, 2013.
- 1×12 ….. Air date: 2013-04-01
- 1×13 The Song Remains the Same Air date: 2013-04-08
- 1×14 The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia. Air date: 2013-04-15
- 1×15 Home. Air date: 2013-04-22
Revolution is set to return to NBC’s schedule on March 25, and in the interim, six animated webisodes will be produced. According to EW, the first episode is available starting today on sites as varied as NBC.com, Hulu, YouTube, and even On Demand. One new webisode will post every week until February 18. You can check out the first webisode, below. Continue reading
“Is the Monroe Republic going to have some competition when “Revolution” returns to NBC on March 25? That we do not know; however, we can say with some certainty that there is going to be at least some more competition on the show from powerful people across other parts of the country.
Sources have confirmed that former “24? star Leslie Hope (whose last name seems strangely appropriate given the destitute state of many of the characters’ lives on this show) has signed up for a significant multi-episode storyline on the drama series, where she will be serving as President Foster for the Georgia Republic. ” Continue reading
Tv Cable Cinemax launch REVOLUTION:
- Argentina: 4 Nov, 12AM.
- Bolivia: 4 Nov, 11PM.
- Brazil: 4 Nov, 10PM.
- Chile: 4 Nov, 12AM.
- Colombia: 4 Nov, 10PM.
- Mexico: 4 Nov, 10PM.
- Paraguay: 4 Nov, 11AM.
- Peru: 4 Nov, 10PM.
- Uruguay: 4 Nov, 12AM.
- Venezuela: 4 Nov, 10:30PM.
NBC Announces Mid-Season Schedule Premiere Dates
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. – October 30, 2012 – NBC today announced changes to its 2013 primetime mid-season schedule highlighted by the premieres of three new series, including comedy “1600 Penn,” from one of the architects of “Modern Family”; an intriguing drama “Deception” (formerly “Infamous”); and producer Eva Longoria’s big reality relationship show “Ready For Love.”
In addition, several of the network’s biggest hits will return, including “The Voice” with new coaches Usher and Shakira; fall hit “Revolution“; “Smash,” featuring Jennifer Hudson; and “The Biggest Loser,” with some innovative changes to the format and the return of Jillian Michaels.
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…According to The Root, the show will have a chance to redeem itself next year and has a chance of attracting a cult-based following if they improve the dialogue and acting. The Root praises the acting skills of Giancarlo Esposito, who previously played drug lord Gustavo “Gus” Fring on AMC’sBreaking Bad, a role the garnered him an Emmy nomination. The Root also suggests that the other actors sharpen their skills if they want to be in the same ranks as Esposito.
Given that Abrams has a lot of credibility in Hollywood, NBC gave the show a green-light for a full first season. The risky move will give viewers twenty-two episodes this year, to introduce them to the show’s concept.
If ratings are an indication of viewer loyalty however, the critics may be wrong on this one. The show currently averages about 10 million viewers per week, and its second episode saw a 53% increase in viewership in the key 18 – 49 age demographic, making it the highest rated show on Monday nights. Its breakout success also positioned NBC to beat out all other networks during September premiere week…
UPDATE: 11/10: The article was remove from Examiner.com.