Post by AntiArbitrator on Dec 10, 2012 21:40:59 GMT -5
Is it conceivable that they did not even start to film any episodes beyond the first ten? I cannot imagine the reason for the looooong wait.
I enjoy the antagonists in addition to Miles and crew. In fact, I think I will enjoy insane Bass better than formal Monroe. I think, under the circumstances, Monroe and Rachel were too formal and stately. That is why I kept wondering if she was actually being tortured. Or if maybe they were lovers.
So far, we have speculated if Rachel was with: Miles Monroe Aaron Nora
Post by AntiArbitrator on Dec 21, 2012 17:43:56 GMT -5
I have heard no spoilers about what will happen. The other network makes me angry when they shift the schedules with hardly any notice. The trailer that you posted looks good, but we have learned from the other network that it is possible to preview one thing, then show something different.
PREVIOUSLY ON... | Charlie was reunited with her brother and mother in Philadelphia, as Miles rejected Monroe's offer to rejoin the Militia. Together, the Matheson clan escaped but got stopped in their tracks by the sight of Bass' airborne, pendant-powered military helicopter.
COMING UP NEXT | Now that Rachel and Miles have come face-to-face in the present, expect to get more answers about their mysterious backstory. “We’re absolutely exploring it, because we left them with her getting handcuffed after surrendering to him in a flashback,” says executive producer David Rambo. “We would like to see more of what happened 10 minutes later between the two of them.” Meanwhile, Charlie and Jason's “paths will cross again,” and there's a very good chance the NBC hit will explore the world outside of the Monroe Republic. “We had [exec producer] Jon Favreau with us for a day in the writer’s room and he loves these other republics, what they could be,” reveals Rambo. “He gave us some fantastic ideas about what these other places in North America might look like 15 years after a blackout.”
Post by AntiArbitrator on Jan 3, 2013 19:53:07 GMT -5
I did wonder how long they could stretch the story if people were able to obtain power, and it seems they have come up with some solutions. Monroe's people will be fighting other republics that, I assume, do not have power. I am certainly interested in more backstory on Rachel and Miles and the other characters.
NBC is taking a few episodes back from its freshman dramas "Deception" and "Revolution."
"We had an original order for 13," "Deception" executive producer Gail Berman told me after the show's panel at the TCA Winter Press Tour. "It was cut back to 11 because Bob [Greenblatt] did what I thought was an incredibly ingenious move: they put it on so [it] would have no interruptions. So it's 11 in a row. They couldn't fit 13 in a row."
As for "Revolution," Greenblatt made an off-handed remark during the executive session to "the last 10 episodes" of the season left to air. Said number would put the season total at 20 episodes, two shy of the traditional full 22-episode season order. A spokesperson subsequently confirmed to me that there are indeed 10 episodes left to air.
Question: Anything on Revolution? —Pete Ausiello:On the casting front, Eric Kripke tells us we’ll be seeing “a lot more” of Colm Feore (as the mysterious Randall) and Mark Pellegrino (as militia meanie Jeremy Baker). He also had new scoop on ER alum Leland Orser’s character, John Sanborn — that he’s an old scientist colleague of Rachel’s.
Are we going to see more of Randall and Grace on Revolution? — Kevin NATALIE: We'll learn more about the evil mastermind holding Grace hostage very soon. "Randall starts to play a very large part in the mythology in the second half," executive producer Eric Kripke tells us. "They're in this mysterious location, and we'll learn what [it] is. We'll learn what Randall wants, what he's doing and indeed how dangerous he is and how it'll affect our heroes." Bonus: Kripke also says we'll get all those answers by season's end.
No, I'm sure they never told us exactly what happened to make the power go out around the world. Sounds like they will let us know before the season ends, though.
I'm not sure if Randall is dangerous, evil, mad or something else. We've seen too little of him yet for me to have a clear grasp of his character. Who is Grace? Was she also employed by Randall like Ben and Maggie? At least he doesn't seem to be torturing her the was Monroe had Maggie tortured.
What turned Monroe? In the flashbacks he looks pretty normal and certainly not as strong as Miles. I would like to know more about what happened between them.
I'm just sorry there are only 10 episodes left in the season. That's a lot of material to cover in a short number of episodes.
I agree with you , Anti, about Sebastian's eyes. They are so expressive. If only he wasn't evil!
Post by AntiArbitrator on Jan 11, 2013 20:30:19 GMT -5
At the time the power went out, Monroe was the loyal soldier who wanted to stay and guard their post. Miles was the one who wanted to leave and he did not hesitate to kill when he thought it was the smartest choice. The only hypothesis I have is that Monroe snapped and became bloodthirsty. I cannot imagine what else happened between them. I hope they tell us.
Seriously, will Danny be less of a wimp when Revolution returns? — Helga NATALIE: Yes! Danny will no longer be the requisite whiny, useless teenager that genre shows tend to include. "He was ripped from his home and realized he had a mother and was beaten along the way by Neville," executive producer Eric Kripke tells me. "I think that really matures him and ages him in a way that we'll really see in the second half of the season. He'll really be willing to take up arms in the fight against Monroe, so in that way I think he really starts to evolve into a warrior."