Miles and Monroe recall the past on Revolution’s finale, Monday at 10/9c on NBC.
Father and son are back together again on Revolution’s season finale, Monday at 10/9c on NBC.
Can Rachel restore the power? Find out on Revolution’s season finale, Monday at 10/9c on NBC. « Back
1. Into the belly of the beast Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) really screwed herself over on this one. After her attempted suicide bombing fails, Monroe (David Lyons) forces her to let them inside The Tower — the last place on Earth she wants Bass to be! Not only can you turn on the power, but you can also use The Tower to spy on anyone in the world and even kill them — but only from the oh-so ominous Level 12. Before they can make it all the way down, they’re brutally ambushed by The Others who usurped The Tower from Randall.
2. Separation anxiety Whoever thought Aaron’s (Zak Orth) lack of stealth would come in handy? Thanks to his not-so-sneaky spying, Miles (Billy Burke) and Co. accidentally find Google Boy and decide to storm The Tower together. Too bad Jason (JD Pardo) and Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) get trapped outside and ultimately are captured by Monroe’s people. Ruh-roh!
But thanks to some sweet-talking by the father-son duo, Neville and Jason talk their way out of cuffs and recruit a few more anti-Monroe men. Not really too bad a day, in the long run.
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10pm – Revolution: 1.9 in the demo with 6.48 million viewers. (matching it’s last week’s performance)
06/03/2013 (10:01PM – 11:00PM) (Monday) : MILES AND MONROE FACE-OFF AND THE CORE GROUP SUFFERS ANOTHER BIG LOSS – Life-threatening dangers abound on all sides as the Rebels infiltrate the Tower. Miles’ (Billy Burke) leadership abilities and character are sorely tested as well as his feelings for Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Nora (Danielle Alonso). Aaron’s (Zak Orth) genius comes in handy while Tom Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) and Randall Flynn (Colm Feore) bring new meaning to the dark side.
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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18-49 – 1.9 ratings
Viewers – 5.80 million
“Revolution,” which moves into the Wednesday 8 p.m. hour in the fall, followed with a third-place 3.8/ 6 at 10 p.m., which grew by six percent week-to-week.
Revolution 1×19 “Children of Men” – Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Monroe (David Lyons) battle with more than wits. Meanwhile, Miles (Billy Burke), Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos), Nora (Daniella Alonso) and Aaron (Zak Orth) get inside the Tower but Tom Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) and son Jason (JD Pardo) get shut out. Miles and Monroe once again face-off, this time even more lethally.