EW has learned exclusively that the singer is set to appear on NBC’s drama Revolution, where he will play a post-apocalyptic version of himself.
But which character will come face-to-face with the Poison frontman? You’ll have to wait to see, but we’re told Micheals will be performing an acoustic version (…because, you know, there’s no power) of his band’s hit ballad “Every Rose Has Its Thorn” in the episode, set to air in 2014.
“Bret is truly a great guy. I’m a huge fan of his music and I’m thrilled he’s appearing on Revolution,” creator Eric Kripke said in a statement.
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Breaking Bad alum Christopher Cousins has joined sophomore NBC drama Revolution as a recurring. The actor, repped by SDB Talent and manager Lisa DiSante-Frank, will play high-ranking Patriot Victor Doyle, who’s on a collision course with Tom Neville (Giancarlo Esposito).
Steven Culp (Grey’s Anatomy) has landed an arc on the second season of NBC’s post-apocalyptic drama Revolution. He will play clean-cut Edward Truman, a dignified authority figure.
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Soul Food‘s Nicole Ari Parker has been tapped for a recurring role on NBC’s Revolution.
Parker will play Secretary Justine Allenford.
The vague details we have right now indicate that the character is bright and a good leader.
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NBC ANNOUNCES EXCITING PANEL LINEUP AT COMIC-CON, INCLUDING ‘THE BLACKLIST,’ ‘Hannibal,’ ‘COMMUNITY,’ ‘REVOLUTION’ AND ‘Grimm’
Network Talent Will Also Make Appearances During Highly Anticipated Global Gathering of TV Fans
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. — July 2, 2013 — NBC has announced plans for the upcoming Comic-Con International gathering in San Diego running from July 18-21.
“Revolution” (Warner Bros. Television)
Day: Saturday, July 20
Who: Executive producer Eric Kripke and others to be determined
In its first season, “Revolution” examined why the Earth’s power was turned off and asked how the world’s citizens are expected to survive. In the season finale, the power is turned back on, but at what cost and consequence? The second season begins in the fall.
The actress has landed a guest role on Showtime’s Matt LeBlanc comedy-drama, TVLine reports.
Spiridakos will appear in a season three episode as a relative of actress Morning Randolph (Mircea Monroe).
She is best known for playing Charlie Matheson on sci-fi drama Revolution, which returns to NBC this fall, airing in a new slot on Wednesdays at 8/7c.
Giancarlo Esposito may be leading a Revolution over on NBC, but the in-demand actor will still take time out of his busy schedule to make a return trip to Storybrooke next season, TV Line reports.
Esposito was last seen in Once Upon A Time season one as local reporter Sidney Glass/The Magic Mirror when he was framed by Regina for Kathryn’s disappearance and imprisoned in the hospital basement. TV Line reveals that Esposito will appear in one of the first episodes of season three, but there is no word yet on what form his character will take.
The producers of the NBC drama “Revolution” have informed their crew that the show, which filmed its first season in and around Wilmington, will not return to the Port City for its second season.
The show’s creator, Eric Kripke, said in an email to the crew that the show will move production to Austin, Texas, said Johnny Griffin, director of the Wilmington Regional Film Commission.
In the email, he thanked the crew for its hard work but did not give a reason for the show’s departure.
“Every week, we gave you the impossible, and yet you always executed beautifully,” the email reads. “Unfortunately, we’ll be moving the show to Austin, TX, for Season 2.This is not a decision that was made easily or taken lightly. We agonized over it. And we really regret losing such a terrific crew. Seriously.”
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After a season of impressive ratings, NBC announced that they will be renewing Revolution for a second season. Not only do we get 20 episodes in the first season (reduced from 22), but even more next year! Congratulations to the cast and crew and to NBC!
Ramon Fernandez (Sons Of Anarchy) has booked a potentially recurring role on NBC’s freshman drama Revolution. Fernandez, repped by McGowan Management, will play Capt. Franklin, a trusted soldier in Monroe’s inner circle.