Even longer than our wait for new episodes of 'The Walking Dead,' the long hiatus between the first and second half of 'Revolution's' inaugural season will soon come to an end when the acclaimed sci-fi drama premieres again on March 25 (maybe sooner, if NBC keeps going as it has been!). That wait was made easier by the recent animated webisodes "Wheatly's Letters," but are you ready for the real deal? 'Revolution' will return early with a new live-action web series, focusting on Gianacarlo Esposito's character Tom Neville! Get a preview of the big 'Revolution' return inside!
The lights may have been out on 'Revolution' for upwards of 15 years, but its the months-long wait between the hit NBC drama's November finale and upcoming March 25 premiere that feel like the real blackout. And while we've got a month yet before that wait comes to a close with 'Revolution's 2013 premiere, the show has released a bad-ass new poster for the season, as well as photos from the return! Take a look how the 'Revolution' starts back up inside!
Even though 'Revolution's spring premiere won't electrify our TV screens until March 25, that hasn't stopped the acclaimed NBC freshman drama from making headlines with its casting. Having recently added '24' star Leslie Hope as President of the oft-discussed Georgia Federation, 'Revolution' has gone back to the '24' well by casting actress Anne Werschling, yet another of Jack Bauer's former flames. Find out which 'Revolution' stars Anne Werschling will be lighting up inside!
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!
Fans may still be suffering from the long wait between 'Revolution's mid-season November finale and upcoming March 25 premiere, but there's good news on the horizon. Series show-runner Eric Kripke previously promised that the back half of the NBC drama would explore other areas of the post-blackout United States, and has enlisted former '24' and 'The River' star Leslie Hope to help. Hope will portray the "President" of rival territory the "Georgia Federation," but will she prove friend or foe?
'Revolution' fans were taken aback to learn that new episodes of the charged breakout NBC drama wouldn't premiere until March 2013, a practice that's been shown in the past to halt momentum for high-concept series on major networks. Now, with the show poised to get even bigger as it heads into the back half of its inagural season, NBC has released an action-packed trailer, and addressed the future of the series. Find out the latest from 'Revolution' inside!
For all the TV we watch, we inevitably recognize that not all of it is easy to track down. Pay-cable series dominate much of the casual conversation, yet relatively few subscribe to the services when entertainment comes for free on the major networks, or even cheaply with basic cable. So how are we to catch up on the latest 'Game of Thrones' or 'Dexter,' without waiting for DVDs or expensive services? With completely illegal and in-no-way-recommended piracy, of course! So what were the most pirated TV shows of 2012?
While J.J. Abrams and Eric Kripke's post-apocalyptic adventure series 'Revolution' enjoys a steady climb in NBC's ratings and regard, there's no denying that much of the show's charm comes from gruff, yet charming rogue Miles Matheson ('Twilight's' Billy Burke). Originally cast in the villainous role of General Monroe (now played by David Lyons), Burke's starring turn in the hit NBC series has afforded him exposure the 'Twilight' films have not, playing Bella's seldom-seen father Charlie Swan.
With the 'Twilight' series ending after 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2,' however, could some of the famed stars appear on 'Revolution'?
While many major network shows found themselves preempted for news coverage this week, NBC made at least one deliberate choice regarding its schedule that has some scratching their heads. After its highest-rated new series 'Revolution' wraps up its initial run of episodes in November, we won't see any new episodes until March! There is a bit of good news, however, as the series has just cast 'Taken' star Leland Orser and 'Sons of Anarchy' vet Patrick St. Esprit! So, who will the character actors portray?
Dare we say it, is NBC in the beginnings of a comeback? Though consistently beaten in the ratings by the likes of CBS, FOX, and ABC, the peacock has been on an upswing this season with a number of buzz-worthy shows, as well as a rare win in the recent premiere week. Well, you've got to go with what works, so here's to full-season orders of 'Revolution,' and the network's new hit comedies 'Go On' and 'The New Normal!'