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  1. 'Revolution' Adds 'Cult's' Rockne S. O'Bannon for Season 2 (Exclusive)

    5:01 pm 4/26/2013

    He'll serve as showrunner Eric Kripke's No. 2 and play a heavy role next season.Read more

  2. NBC Renews 5 Dramas, Including 'Revolution,' 'Grimm,' 'Parenthood'

    9:42 pm 4/7/2013

    UPDATED: The network gets a jump on its May upfront with early pickups including Dick Wolf's "Law & Order: SVU" and "Chicago Fire." Read more

  3. 'Arrow,' 'Revolution' Set for WonderCon

    11:22 am 3/14/2013

    Warner Bros. TV has revealed its lineup for the March 29-31 event.Read more

  4. 'Revolution': First Minute of Midseason Premiere Released (Video)

    10:40 am 3/6/2013

    The midseason return March 25 picks up right where the drama left off last November.Read more

  5. 'Revolution' at PaleyFest: Season's Mysteries, Including the Blackout, Will Be Answered

    11:21 pm 3/2/2013

    Four months will have passed when NBC's post-apocalyptic drama returns to TV. Executive producer Eric Kripke, joined by J.J. Abrams, Jon Favreau and castmembers, said the break gave them the chance "to re-attack" the show.Read more

  6. NBC's 'Revolution' Takes Advantage of Super Bowl Blackout

    9:25 pm 2/3/2013

    A 34-minute power outage at the Louisiana Superdome brought the freshman drama, set in a world without electricity, to the forefront.Read more

  7. 'Revolution' Boss: Episodes Will Be 'More Shocking,' Uprising Will Begin

    11:39 am 1/6/2013

    Executive producer Eric Kripke calls the second half of season one "bigger," "better" and "more exciting." Plus, NBC releases a new trailer.Read more

  8. Canada's Citytv Gets CRTC Greenlight for Montreal

    8:49 am 12/20/2012

    Parent Rogers Media has a regulatory OK to get its popular U.S. shows such as "Modern Family," "New Girl" and "Revolution" into the lucrative Quebec market. Read more

  9. BSkyB Inks Three Season Deal to Bring 'Revolution' to U.K.

    4:50 am 12/12/2012

    The pay TV operator signs an exclusive deal with Warner Bros. for the show executive produced by J.J. Abrams.Read more

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