If you’ve listened to our Comic-Con Preview Night podcast, followed our recent tweets, or read some of our Facebook posts, this will probably come as no surprise. Today we are excited to announce that we are launching a new podcast about the upcoming NBC show, Revolution!
Revolution is a show that takes place 15 years after a sudden world-wide blackout. Mankind is no longer able to depend on technology. Computer systems, batteries, factories, and electricity are all gone. A militia has taken over and pockets of people try to live in harmony and make the best life possible for their families. However, because this show comes from the creative minds of JJ Abrams, Jon Favreau, and Eric Kripke, not everything is at it seems. Some do have power. Some can communicate via computer. Some know why the power went out.
Revolution stars Billy Burke as Miles Metheson, Tracy Spiradakos as Charlie Matheson, Anna Lise Phillips as Maggie, Graham Rogers as Danny Matheson, J.D. Pardo as Nate Walker, Zak Orth as Aaron, Maria Howell as Grace, David Lyons as Bass/General Monroe, Giancarlo Esposito as Captain Tom Neville, Tim Guinee as Ben Matheson, and Elizabeth Mitchell as Rachel Matheson. Revolution is a sci-fi/drama/action show that has us VERY excited! In fact, the last time we were this excited about a show, that show was Fringe!
With The Revolution Podcast you will find the same insight and banter that you’ve come to enjoy by listening to The Fringe Podcast. We’ll bring the live chat room as we watch Revolution every Monday at 10/9c on NBC. We’ll record each podcast in front of a live, worldwide, internet audience. And, of course, we’ll be depending on YOU, the fans, to provide your insights for our feedback segment.
Check out these AWESOME videos about Revolution. We hope you’re excited about Revolution as much as we are, and we look forward to doing some Revolutionary things with this podcast!
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