In two weeks time NBC’s Revolution will resume its schedule with the last 10 episodes of season 1. The first episode is entitled ‘The Last Stand’ and continues where the explosive cliff-hanger ended.
Despite the first half of the season being so-so the remaining episodes are highly anticipated by fans. The show has been in the danger zone for a while now because despite an intriguing premise it is a bit off-balanced when it comes to the quality of the action and drama. The mid-season break allowed for those deficiencies to be remedied but there is a danger the show would reach its peak too soon. Something similar happened to ‘The Event’ and ‘V’. One of the producers of Revolution even said that the second half of the season resembles Game of Thrones somewhat. This statement was met with skepticism by fans as the show is on NBC so we are hardly likely to see any full frontal nudity of Elizabeth Mitchell and Tracy Spiridakos. However, the first half of the season did have some grit and also had a captivating background story. Revolution will place more emphasis on those aspects as emphasized with the introduction of President Foster played by Leslie Hope.
Well, without further ado, here is the trailer…
And here is the second webisode of the prologue series…
And here is the press release…
03/25/2013 (10:01PM – 11:00PM) (Monday) : A POWERED-UP MONROE ATTEMPTS TO WIPE OUT THE REBELS – Miles (Billy Burke) leads the rebel squad out of Philadelphia and away from Monroe’s (David Lyons) helicopters and machine guns. Meanwhile, a guilt-ridden Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) tries to redeem herself by providing power to the rebels, but once again must leave her children, Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) and Danny (Graham Rogers), behind. As if there wasn’t enough heat, romantic sparks ignite between Miles and Nora (Daniella Alonso).
Also starring, Giancarlo Esposito, JD Pardo, Zak Orth and Tim Guinee
Furthermore we have 10 still pictures of the first episode…
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