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Revolution is an interesting television drama, that takes place 15 years after a unique apocalyptic event that caused the power to completely turn off planes fell out of the sky cars quit working planes fell out of the sky trains quit running anything with a power source based on electricity quit working altogether and no one knows why and although it would stand to reason that someone somewhere would be able to think up and construct an alternative power source and get the world up and running as normal. They can't and therefore society has melted back into its agrarian past hunting fishing and gathering and farming and banding together in small communities to survive.

The world of the show has broken down into various small republics that are controlled by local warlords and other educated individuals did manage to get a significant group of followers and stockpiling of weapons and food etc. the basis of the show is this Charlie (Charlotte) Matheson is on a quest to retrieve her brother that was taken by the Monro Republic militia. The Monro Republic is a republic in which Charlie resides, and her brother was taken in order to coerce her father into working with the the Monro Republic leader who believes that Charlie's father, who used to be a professor of mathematics and biomechanics knows how to turn the power back on, and with this knowledge under his control he could room on only his Republic but the United States, and maybe even the world.

Charlie is accompanied on this quest by her uncle, Miles per father's best friend and her father's girlfriend although this endeavor may seem straightforward in action is becoming anything but as our band of travelers are being pursued by bounty hunters are encountering less than scrupulous travelers and other unsavory individuals, all while trying to catch up to the militia guards that are transporting Charlie's brother Daniel before they reach the Republic headquarters. A few of Charlie's companions are harboring secrets of their own that could either be helpful or detrimental depending on the disposition of the individual carrying the secret.

This particular serious is a rather entertaining and engaging science-fiction apocalyptic adventure. That brings forth some intriguing ideas as to the state of the world. If the power grid and everything connected to it that we take for granted on a daily basis, ever shut down for a considerable length of time. There is plenty of action and dark conspiracy theory centered drama to be found with serious. That is sure to keep the viewer on the edge of their seat.

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2 Seasons, 42 Episodes - Canceled/Ended
Mystery, Science Fiction
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Revolution Full Episode Guide

  • Miles, Charlie, and Monroe need to come up with a plan to prevent a war between California and Texas.

  • After the President gives Truman more authority, he orders a mustard gas attack to kill Miles and Monroe.

  • As Miles, Monroe, Charlie and Connor rush to escape Austin, a confrontation with Texas Rangers divides the group. During her search for Miles, Charlie encounters Neville who demands to know where Jason is.

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For the first time in a long time, NBC won the big premiere week in terms of ratings, and it's partly thanks to a new slate of shows with some promise. It's also partly thanks to the marketing barrage for said shows during the summer Olympics, but let's give some credit to the shows, shall we? So if you have been watching and enjoying "The New Normal," "Go On" and "Revolution," here's some good news for you: all three of them have received a full season order from NBC.

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If you missed the season premiere, head over to the 'Revolution' show page and watch it now! To follow up "Lost" is a big challenge, but you don't have to tell that to J.J. Abrams. The producer, who brought you that beloved sci-fi series about a mysterious island, hasn't had a ton of luck in his more recent attempts to get a TV show to take off. "Revolution," Abrams' latest, might not be his savior either. The premise behind "Revolution" is promising: the show is set 15 years after a catastrophic event that shut down any and all electronics: cars, computers, phones, planes, power plants and even batteries are now useless.

Watch the New Show 'Revolution' Online (For Free) Right Here!

As we head into the fall 2012 season, one of the big questions in TV land is whether or not NBC can regain its lost ground with the help of an Olympics boost. If you watched the Olympics, you probably saw about a million promos for the network's new shows, including the ambitious "Revolution." Well, now you can watch the whole first episode of "Revolution" online, for free! The show has an intriguing concept: sometime in the relatively near future, an event occurs that shuts off any and all electronics all over the world: no lights, no appliances, no cars, no advanced weaponry.

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