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REVOLUTION Season 2 Promo

What’s going to happen next on REVOLUTION? Thanks to this new promo from NBC, we have a little hint of what’s to come… What about the promo has you excited? Follow @GiveMeMyRemote and @marisaroffman on Twitter for the latest TV news. Connect with other TV fans on GIVE ME MY REMOTE’s official Facebook page. And [...] //

Zeljko Ivanek to Star as Scientist on Revolution

Zeljko Ivanek has booked another high-profile television role The veteran actor ( Big Love , Damages , The Mob Doctor ) will appear on multiple episodes on Revolution Season 2, according to TV Guide, coming on board the drama as Dr. Calvin Horn . Creator Eric Kripke has outlined the scientist as "meticulous" and "deeply curious." Revolution shifts to Wednesdays and returns on September 25. Other new faces will include Nicole Ari Parker as Secretary Justine Allenfor and Patrick Heusinger   as a mysterious man of adventure. //

'Revolution' Interview: EP Eric Kripke Gives Blunt Critique of Season 1 and Teases 'Neo-Primitive Dangerous World' of Season 2

Revolution season 1 ended with devastating consequences after Randall launched nuclear weapons from the Tower. That action causes a shift going into season 2.  Read More... //

'Revolution' Season 2: See the light in a new promo

When we left "Revolution" in the Season 1 finale, Aaron (Zak Orth) managed to turn the power back on -- only to see the deranged Flynn (Colm Feore) use it to launch a nuclear strike on Philadelphia and Atlanta.The result of that turn of events isn't really addressed in the first promo for Season 2, which you can watch above. Instead, we get a brief summary of events from the first season, with little glimpses of new footage here and there toward the end and the tagline "What powers will light the way?"The, uh, highlight of the new material comes in the last few seconds, as Aaron watches a cluster of what presumably are nanites flit in the air above him. Other than that, the 30-second spot is primarily a mood-setter for the struggles to come in Season 2."Revolution" moves to 8 p.m. ET Wednesdays starting Sept. 25.... //

Revolution Season 2 Interviews: Billy Burke, Tracy Spiridakos, David Lyons, and more [Comic-Con 2013]

The power is back on!… or is it? Season  1 of NBC’s  Revolution  ended on a pretty intense cliffhanger as missiles were launched towards Atlanta and Philadelphia. And it looks like season 2 won’t let up in intensity according to the cast and producers of the show,  who were  on hand at Comic-Con to answer all of the fans’ burning questions about the series’ second season. Read More...   //

REVOLUTION: NBC Boss Robert Greenblatt on the Night Change and Rating Woes

After spending its first season supported by THE VOICE lead-in, REVOLUTION will be on the move next season, making the attempt to launch NBC’s Wednesday night. And while that shift may worry some fans, NBC bosses are playing it cool. “I never have any real expectations for anything,” Robert Greenblatt, Chairman, NBC Entertainment told reporters [...] //

Giancarlo Esposito & David Lyons Talk Revolution's Rebooted Season 2 & Unexpected New Alliances

Wetpaint and Celebified got the inside scoop on Revolution's second season, courtesy of Giancarlo Esposito and David Lyons! The actors hit the red carpet at Entertainment Weekly's Comic-Con party, and they had plenty to say about the show's rebooted approach this fall, and what we can expect from their characters going forward.

REVOLUTION: Nicole Ari Parker to Recur

REVOLUTION has added another new player to the mix: a WB rep has confirmed that Nicole Ari Parker has landed a recurring role on the NBC drama. According to Deadline (who was first to report the news), Parker will play Secretary Justine Allenford, who has been described as “a strong and smart leader.” REVOLUTION viewers [...] //

'Revolution's' Daniella Alonso Joins NBC's 'Night Shift' (Exclusive)

The actress boards the freshman drama in a new regular role, returning to the network after her run on last year's breakout hit.      //

Eric Kripke lists everything he hated about Revolution‘s first season

If you had issues with Revolution 's inconsistent, fresh-faced vision of a future in which the power has gone out, you're not alone. Series creator Eric Kripke sat down with members of the press during Comic-Con and ticked off the problems with Season One and why he believes Season Two will be better. Read more... Read More... //