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Revolution Return Poster: Taking Back the Power

The wait is sort of almost over. Revolution Season 1 will finally return to NBC on March 25, and Entertainment Weekly has your first look at the poster that teases new episodes of this network's solitary scripted hit. With sparse land in the background and the tagline "Take Back the Power" sprawled across the front, this promotional image features General Monroe and Captain Neville hovering high above our team of heroes and heroines. Check it out now and then head over to EW for a couple photos from the first Revolution episode of 2013.

NBC's 'Revolution' Takes Advantage of Super Bowl Blackout

A 34-minute power outage at the Louisiana Superdome brought the freshman drama, set in a world without electricity, to the forefront.

'Revolution' casts Annie Wersching to power up a love triangle

"24" vet Annie Wersching has booked a recurring role on NBC's freshman hit "Revolution" as a woman with romantic ties to both hero Miles Matheson (Billy Burke) and baddie Sebastian Monroe (David Lyons).TVLine reports that Wersching's character, named Emma, will first appear in episode 15. When "Revolution" returns from its extended hiatus on March 25, it will air episode 11.Wersching spent two seasons on "24" as a colleague and love interest of Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland). Coincidentally, two other Bauer love interests also have recurring roles on "Revolution": Kim Raver (who played Audrey Raines in seasons four, five and six of "24") has already appeared as the devious wife of Captain Tom Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) and Leslie Hope (who played Jack's doomed wife Teri on "24's" first season) is set to debut in the second half of "Revolution's" first season as the president of the Georgia Federation.Wersching has been a very busy lady lately with...

Revolution to Launch Animated Webisodes

Revolution is back — in cartoon form. Starting Monday, the NBC drama plans to post animated webisodes online every week to whet fans' appetites during the show's winter hiatus , Entertainment Weekly reports.

'Revolution' tries to keep the lights on with webisodes

The return of "Revolution" to television is still a couple months away, but NBC is hoping to keep fans of the show engaged with a series of webisodes.The six-part, animated series of web-only stories launches Monday (Jan. 21), with new installments debuting once a week, EW reports. They'll run on, Hulu, YouTube and on demand.They're told from the perspective of Sgt. Wheatley, the character played by Reed Diamond in the episode "Kashmir." They're a series of letters detailing his work within the Monroe Militia. In the first one, which you can watch below, Wheatley details the death of some of his fellow militiamen and his infiltration of a rebel camp."Revolution" returns to NBC on March 25. Take a look at the first webisode:...

Revolution Scoop: Leslie Hope Cast as the President

Leslie Hope has joined the cast of Revolution as... the President? Even though there is no longer a United States, there is still a president in the NBC series...

Revolution's New Trailer: Jason Fights Back (VIDEO)

NBC's powerless drama is still months away from returning, but producers think the break is a good thing.

'Revolution' Season One Order Reduced by 2 Episodes

For those wondering whether NBC would be able to squeeze the remaining episodes of Revolution in without running into June, wonder no more!

6 Things to Know About Revolution's Return

"The revolution and the battle against Monroe really begins." That was the party line Sunday at Revolution 's panel during NBC's winter TV previews, as executive producer Eric Kripke promised reporters that the second half of the series' freshman season will actually begin to deliver on the promise of the title...

'Revolution' Boss: Episodes Will Be 'More Shocking,' Uprising Will Begin

Executive producer Eric Kripke calls the second half of season one "bigger," "better" and "more exciting." Plus, NBC releases a new trailer.