Revolution: Who Should Kill Monroe?

It seems as though everyone's out to get Monroe ( David Lyons ) nowadays. And since no one's truly safe on Revolution , we're starting to worry that our favorite tyrant's time is winding down. But if someone were to do him in — or at least give it a fighting shot — who should it be? We break down the likely suspects.

'Revolution' Episode 16 Photos: Neville Joins the Rebels

"The Love Boat" -- Miles (Billy Burke) and Tom Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) find themselves fighting for the same cause but Miles still doesn?t trust him. And Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos), Jason (JD Pardo) and Nora (Daniella Alonso) attempt to pull off a daring river rescue of Dr. Stephen Camp (Timothy Busfield) to keep deadly anthrax out of the hands of Monroe (David Lyons). Meanwhile Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Aaron (Zak Orth) are captured and threatened by Militia forces. - From NBC. Read More...

TV ratings: 'The Following' finale rises Monday while 'The Voice' tumbles

Fast National ratings for Monday, April 29, 2013The season finale of "The Following" scored the show's best ratings in weeks Monday night, helping FOX finish second for the night in adults 18-49. "The Voice" went the other direction for NBC -- although it was still the night's top show among adults 18-49 by a wide margin, it was down significantly from a week ago. Also Monday, the "Bones" season finale was up over last week, "Revolution" was off a little for NBC and CBS' comedies improved slightly on their most recent original episodes. "Dancing With the Stars" was pretty steady in adults 18-49 for ABC, although it dipped a little in total viewers.ABC led the night in viewers, drawing 12.4 million people and an 8.1 rating/13 share in households. NBC (10.2 million, 6.2/10) came in second. FOX (7.4 million, 4.4/7) edged CBS (7.3 million, 4.7/7) for third. The CW was way back in last place...

[Video] 'Revolution' Sneak Peek: Will Monroe Be Able to Kill Miles?

On this week's Revolution , Rachel and Aaron continue on their trek to the Tower, but it's not without bumps in the road. While travelling through a town, Aaron sees the wife that he abandoned after the black out. That's sure to be an awkward reunion ... if he approaches her. Meanwhile, Monroe becomes tired of Miles' rebellion and decides to take action against him at their "Home." Will Monroe be able to overcome his deep rooted love for Miles and kill his brother?

Revolution: Aaron and Miles Face The Past While Neville Contemplates His Future

On Monday's Revolution , two of our heroes—and a few of our villains — will come face-to-face with ghosts from their former lives. While Aaron ( Zak Orth ) has been absent from the action recently, he finally gets some much-deserved attention when he runs into Priscilla ( Maureen Sebastian )— the wife he abandoned in the woods fifteen years ago.

'Revolution' Adds 'Cult's' Rockne S. O'Bannon for Season 2 (Exclusive)

He'll serve as showrunner Eric Kripke's No. 2 and play a heavy role next season.

Charlie and Miles Face Off in Exclusive ‘Revolution’ Clip

In this exclusive "Revolution" clip, Charlie and Miles face off over her mother. Read More...

NBC Renews 'Revolution,' 'Chicago Fire,' 3 Others

NBC has given a second season to the Dick Wolf drama "Chicago Fire," and also renewed the J.J. Abrams drama "Revolution," the network said Friday. "Grimm," "Parenthood" and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" have also been renewed. Read More...

'Revolution' Episode 15 Photos: Monroe Uses Miles' Past Against Him in 'Home'

When the past catches up with Miles (Billy Burke) and Monroe (David Lyons) in the form of mutual heartthrob, Emma (Annie Wersching) all hell breaks loose for them physically and emotionally. Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) and Nora (Daniella Alonso) are the ones who rescue Miles this time. Meanwhile Aaron?s (Zak Orth) life is turned inside out while accompanying Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) on her tenacious trek to the mysterious Tower where she plans to restore the power. - From NBC. Read More...

Revolution Season 1: Is Miles Ready To Be A General Again?

At the end of “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia,” the President of the Georgia Confederation handed Miles Matheson an army. There is an excellent chance that this was a terrible idea. When we first met Miles he was presented as the archetypical rogue. He was a loner who was good with a quip and even better with a blade, and let’s be real here, if you put a character that can be described as a snarky cowboy/samurai in front of an audience, they’re going to fall for the guy. So we can all be forgiven for buying into the idea that Miles was the hero of our story, even though whether we love her, hate her, or simply tolerate her, that distinction belongs to Charlie. The truth about who Miles really is started to become clear the moment we first caught a whiff of his bloody backstory. READ MORE...