From baby to badass, the cast and crew explore the evolution of Charlie on Revolution.
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Tracy Spiridakos is a pleasure to see on the television screen, but even better to see in person. She just has that energy that makes you smile. Spiridakos answered some questions for us, but started by letting us know the new season starts off 3 months after the finale events of the first season.
She tells us, “there are a lot of hurt feelings and damage done between her and mother” hence her reason for sitting and going solo.
She goes on about her character and says, “in the beginning she was more about family and doing the right thing…so much happened so she doesn’t know where her morals lie. What decisions are right or wrong, so she emotionally shut down.” Will we see a tougher and stronger Charlie now that we did in the first season?
Watch the full interview below:
Don’t miss the all new season of Revolution beginning at it’s new day and time, September 25th at 8pm on NBC.
Tracy and Spiridakos and Billy Burke discuss the rest of the Revolution season with TV Fanatic at the NBC Upfronts.
Well, as the creators explained at the Television Critics Association press tour, the second half of Revolution will indeed focus on, well, the revolution aspect of the show. And with that, says star Tracy Spiridakos, comes not only a faster-paced show but “a little bit of a crazy battle.” “There’s going to be good guys versus bad guys…and some twists and turns will happen pretty quickly,” she says. As far as what awaits Charlie in the second half, Spiridakos says we’ll continue to see her grow into “quite the warrior” but the actress wonders of the stresses of her current situation may start to sully her good girl image. “I’m interested to see whether she’s going to be able to hold on to her humanity or not in the process of it all.”
Watch as Billy, Tracy, Giancarlo, and stunt coordinator Jeff Wolfe talk about shooting fight sequences.
NBC chatted with stars Tracy Spiridakos and Billy Burke about what we can expect to see and what challenges them in these roles.