NBC's much-maligned sci-fi series has been rejuvenated now that it's laid waste to everything that took occurred in Season 1. Read More....
Revolution starts off in a place that’s much the same, but taking more than a cursory glance at the world shows that everything is changing in " Born in the U.S.A. "
All of it is for the better.
Flynn turning the power on and Rac more
The first season of Revolution had a lot of promise, but many, myself included, felt it never quite lived up to the hype NBC had built for the show. However, by the end of year, I found myself enjoying the show as a bit of dumb fun escapism, e more
It's hard to know what to say about Revolution's finale in some ways. On the one hand, this was one of the better episodes we've seen in some time. On the other hand, the original premise of this series has now officially, irrevocably, been abandoned. Per more
Season finale time! The first season of Revolution wraps up with ‘The Dark Tower’. Here our gang finally get down to level 12 and turn the power on, but not before losing one of their own on the way. A decent episode, it was propped up mainly by its last more
The Revolution finale was full of surprising moments of loyalty, betrayal, and turmoil. Life-long relationships were cemented by revelations of love and destroyed by lies or conflicting values. The power was turned back on, but at a greater cost than anyo more
"The Dark Tower" closed out Season 1 with a more spectacular fireball than even I could have imagined, and it was confusing, insane, and sometimes hilarious. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/revolution-season-finale-review-true-american-137030990824/
Revolution has had a rocky first season. It started out as a show about two plucky teenagers, and then retooled into a show about the bitter older generation. And at long last, the show's season finale proved that Miles, Bass, Rachel and Tom can more than more