'Revolution' Spring Return Video Trailer, Watch It While You Wait For March 25

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January 6th, 2013

NBC's Revolution returns on March 25, but you can catch the trailer now.

Enjoy!

 
  • Johnnnnny

    Actually I can’t :(

  • Ricky

    If anyone has invented a time-travel device capable of sending you 78 days into the future, let us know.

    Because we, the RVN fen, DESPERATELY NEED IT YESTERDAY.

  • Dan S

    March 25th is too far away. Why oh why must we wait so long ‘? It’ll be interesting to see how well Deception does in it’s timeslot until Revolutions returns.

  • Hessian

    Season pass deleted. Another interesting high concept show somehow mucked up by NBC.

  • Tom

    Maybe the long wait is required to permit Tracy Spiradakos to finish her remedial acting lessons. That blank expression of hers has killed this show.

  • John A

    Why are people complaning of the wait? Without the voice it would be dead. At least it will get a 2nd season the way NBC is treating it.

  • landon

    I hope the direction of the show shifts enough to where the leads become Elizabeth Mitchell and Billy Burke.

  • Petar Ivanov

    NBC must do the same with Revolution like AMC with the walking dead or FX with SOA – sell it for internet streming and you will see big rating boost. For example FX sell SOA for streaming and not sell AHS for streaming. SOA beat AHS with big marjin this season.

    “Revolution makes other shows look small-time.” – Rolling Stone

  • http://tvbythenumbers.com Bill Gorman

    ” For example FX sell SOA for streaming and not sell AHS for streaming. SOA beat AHS with big marjin this season.”

    Perfect example.

    Of completely ridiculous cause and effect!

  • http://tvbythenumbers.com Robert Seidman

    Not to mention just plain wrong. AHS season 1 is on Netflix and you can buy aired episodes of S2 to stream from Amazon/iTunes etc.

  • Petar Ivanov

    @Bill Gorman
    What are you talking about…..Serialized shows take big boost after internet streaming. That is why ABC doing the same with once upon a time for example. And make marathons(yesterday) etc. Shows like Game of thrones, Walking dead, fringe, OUAT, Revolution get big so called “pop culture buzz”. Streaming always help. THe same way syndication help for procedurals – NCIS and sitcoms-TBBT.

  • http://tvbythenumbers.com Robert Seidman

    Peter Ivanov: and again I say, but AHS is available for streaming exactly in the same fashion as SOA. So that comparison was all kinds of faulty. AHS could be doing worse than SOA for many reasons, but streaming availability isn’t one of them.

  • Bisquik77

    This Show is Amazing. It got better each week. I hope that trend continues. Now lets go get some power of our own.

  • Petar Ivanov

    @Robert Seidman

    Well i miss that, sorry.

    By the way in Europe all shows are free for internet streaming and that make Hollywood really angry, but us happy.

  • Petar Ivanov

    Here is the trailer(i think) for non us viewers:

  • Richard Steven Hack

    This show is so pathetically bad in just about every aspect that I can’t wait for the ratings to collapse and this thing to get canceled. Replace it with reruns of The Event, they’re about on the same level of crap.

  • Edward

    RSH, it’s the number one new show of the year. No matter how many hate posts you spew, you can’t change that fact.

  • Jahy

    “I hope the direction of the show shifts enough to where the leads become Elizabeth Mitchell and Billy Burke.”

    No please God no, I have nothing against more Billy, but Elizabeth is not leading actor potential. She and her on screen son (hated him so much) ruined “V” for me. Morena Baccarin and Laura Vandervoort were the ones bringing in all the ratings and made that show interesting.

  • Tom

    Jahy: You’re confusing acting with bad writing. Logan Huffmann (The son on “V”) isn’t a bad actor. He did an adequate job of playing the gullible teen on “V”. He played a minor character, so comparing him with the show’s leads isn’t exactly fair. Elizabeth Mitchell has had a fair number of supporting roles that also didn’t do her credit. She was, however, pretty entertaining on “Lost”. IMHO, the storyline for Revolution is tedious and there’s not a lot that the actors can do about it. As I’ve said before, casting Tracy Spiridakos in the lead role drags the show down even more. I believe this show should be cancelled.

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