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The hit sci-fi drama will return for a second season.
April 26, 2013
NBC announced today that it has renewed breakout hit Revolution for a second season. The peacock network ordered a full 22 episodes of the freshman series for 2013-2014 after an impressive debut run that has seen it become this season's top-rated drama on the big four networks.
Along with Revolution, NBC also renewed four other dramas today for next season including Parenthood, Law & Order: SVU, Grimm, and Chicago Fire.
UPDATE: Season 2 of Revolution will premiere on Wednesday, September 25, 2013 at 8:00pm.
(Source: TV by the Numbers)
05/21/13 at 06:33am
Hey!! JJ Abrahams fans!!. Stop posting kudos to him when he has nothing to do with the show except plunk down some of his spare change to finance it. The creative force behind the show is Eric Kripke. (no not the nerd from the Big Bang Theory).
05/14/13 at 11:47am
Love Love Love this show!!!! so screw you haters.
05/14/13 at 00:59am
This show is terrible. I was hoping they would cancel it. JJ Abrams so desperately trying to be Spielberg
05/13/13 at 06:11am
I have been awaiting this news and am so happy for its renewal. Terrific show, with an awesome cast. Look forward to this every week. Finally a good show that gets renewed. Thank you NBC.
05/07/13 at 11:02pm
Name one bad JJ Abrams production? That's way too easy... Revolution is one shining example of a turd getting polished because it has his name on it. He's only an Executive Producer for this one, but it still counts. Person of Interest also comes to mind. Another case of a ridiculous premise that the viewer is supposed to relate to because it's possible. But... it isn't possible. Not in PoI, not in Revolution. He's just an EP on that one too, anyway. But, stuff that he wrote that is complete crap? How about Undercovers? terrible. He gets credit for a few things like Fringe and Lost but by no means does he have the golden touch.
05/05/13 at 06:46pm
Hey J.J. Abrams is the man!! Anything that man touchs turns to gold. Dont believe me name one bad J.J. Abrams project,you cant!! Lost was one of the greatest shows ever and the ratings and fanbase are a testament to that. People also loved the finale and if they didnt get the plot they were to stupid to actually think or do research or make there own conclusions. It was fantasy and it doesnt always have to have a linear pace. Revolution on the other hand is alright. It came out at the wrong time but Billy Burke is friggin fantastic! He makes any character awesome no matter how shitty the production even Twilight. Also Giancarlo Esposito is great as always. He was Gus Fing on Breaking Bad man!! All in all it just needs to progress more and make a few twists and turns. So im happy it has a chance with another season.
05/02/13 at 11:59am
PS I am glade they renewed the show. Hope they wise up before it too late.
05/02/13 at 11:58am
This show started with getting on my nerves. The lead female actor needs to get tough and the big bad Billy Burke comes across as a big sissy. How could he have been a leader of the Monroe republic? Also the Texas comment was uncalled for. They always have to push their Liberal political crap on TV and they wonder why people are not watching it anymore.
04/29/13 at 07:54pm
RE: LOST - there's no comparison. MUCH better writing on Lost for season 1 and 2. Every other season of Lost was merely filler to keep suckers watching even though they completely "lost' where the story was going. And Lost taught viewers how little writers care about making sense of things. Revolution is a homage to the lack of logic in a show. Revolution's story has so many plot holes it's ludicrous. If you poll viewers you'll find more were angered and unhappy about Lost than anything.
04/29/13 at 11:56am
Wow! I can't believe how many of you say you don't like this show and how the lead actors can't act! I think the show is great and I couldn't be happier about it getting renewed. NBC finally does something right! I suppose you negative nellies hated LOST too!
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