Revolution Boss Previews 'Grimier' Season 2, Charlie's New 'Tude and 'Shattered' Mathesons
Revolution is getting a makeover, but things are only getting dirtier — in every sense of the word.
When the NBC drama returns for Season 2 on Wednesday at 8/7c, the characters will find themselves in dark (power’s out again, sorry), desperate (Rachel’s lost it, yikes) and grimy (hello, underworld) situations. READ MORE
Revolution: 6 Electrifying Scoops on What's to Come! Plus -- Watch the Spring Trailer!
The cast and crew of NBC’s Revolution gathered Sunday at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour in Pasadena, and they dropped some scoop about the show’s return, as well as a new trailer! READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Revolution Boss Talks Maggie's Death, Blackout Answers and Neville's 'Lady MacBeth'
Maggie’s death on this Monday’s Revolution dealt the post-blackout gang a one-two blow: Not only did the stabbing strip Charlie of her surrogate mother, it robbed the band of survivors of its only trained doctor. READ MORE
Revolution Boss Previews 'Gripping, Harrowing' Post-Blackout Flashbacks, Says 'Magic' Is at Hand
What’s scarier: Revolution‘s post-apocalyptic, militia-controlled future, or the days immediately following the blackout?
While Capt. Tom Neville is certainly an imposing and imperious figure, flashbacks in the second episode of the NBC drama (airing Monday at 10/9c) — featuring Elizabeth Mitchell and Tim Guinee as Charlie and Danny’s parents — reveal that the aftermath of the power-down was no picnic either. READ MORE
New Supernatural Boss on Returning to the CW Series and 'Resetting' the Mythology
Pilot Scoop: NBC Orders J.J. Abrams/Eric Kripke Thriller Revolution
The Revolution is getting closer to being televised.
NBC has given the green light to the hour-long thriller penned by Supernatural creator Eric Kripke and exec produced by J.J. Abrams and Bryan Burk. READ MORE
NBC Orders 'Epic Adventure Thriller' From Supernatural Creator Eric Kripke and J.J. Abrams
I’m guessing NBC greenlit this thing based on the pedigree alone.
As first reported by our sister site Deadline.com, Supernatural creator Eric Kripke is teaming up with J.J. Abrams on a one-hour NBC drama series billed as “an epic adventure thriller.”
No other details were released, save for the title: READ MORE
Supernatural Creator to Develop Deadman Comic Adaptation for The CW
The CW is looking to get back into the comics/superhero business with a familiar name.
Supernatural Exclusive: Misha Collins Won't Be a Series Regular for Season 7
Brace yourself, Supernatural fans (as if Friday night’s finale didn’t already rob you of most every breath): Though his alter ego now is a bigger force than ever to be reckoned with, Misha Collins will not be returning …READ MORE