NBC’s ‘Revolution’ Goes Animated for New Webisodes
The wait between 'Revolution's November mid-season finale "Nobody's Fault But Mine" and the upcoming March 25 premiere might seem like a torturous blackout, btu NBC has decided to light the way for hungry fans. The network announces that today will begin the first in a series of animated 'Revolution' webisodes lasting until February 18 to help steer the course for the show's inevitable return. Find out how you can catch up with the latest 'Revolution' before the premiere inside!
About to start a revolution over the long wait for more 'Revolution.' Power down, your survival kit is at hand. Entertainment Weekly announced today that NBC will debut a series of animated webisodes to first premiere today, and air once a week until February 18. That still leaves a bit of time to go until 'Revolution's March 25 premiere, but we'll take what we can get at this point.
Available on NBC.com, YouTube, Hulu and on On-Demand, the six-episode series is based on the letters written by Sgt. Joseph Wheatly (Reed Diamond), the man who led Miles Matheson (Billy Burke) into General Monroe (David Lyons)'s trap of the oxygen-depleted tunnels toward Philadelphia. NBC will also put online a version of the pilot with commentary from show-runner Eric Kripke and executive producer / pilot director Jon Favreau, as well as make the entire first half of the season online beginning February 25.
Check out the latest trailer of NBC's 'Revolution' below, and tell us in the comments what you're most excited to see when the show resumes its inaugural season on March 25!