Revolution: Season 2 (2013-2014)
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Season InfoThis season, "Revolution" returns to its powerless roots and settles into Willoughby - a small town in the great nation of Texas. We flash forward three months to find Miles, Rachel and Aaron licking their wounds and lying low, aided by the town doctor, Gene Porter. Charlie sets off on a vision quest in the Plains Nation and a desperate Neville and Jason search a Georgian refugee camp for their beloved Julia. Though our heroes are scattered around the continent, one thing is clear: that … More
- Premiere Date:
- Sep 25, 2013
Friend Ratings for Revolution: Season 2
Revolution had its moments over the course of its two seasons, but the series never decided where it wanted to go or what it wanted to be.
Kripke and his writers managed to come up with new people that are interesting and bring an added level of mystery to the show.
This was actually a great development, as it shows that the Patriots are a perceptive, dangerous enemy. It also puts Tom in a deadlier position, which is far more entertaining for viewers.
One thing is certain: Revolution has a different attitude this season. And it's working.
Season 2 begins with something to prove. And the good news is it's come out of the gate strong.
Revolution Season 2 is off to an incredible start. It hasn't been this much fun since the series premiered.
Season two of Revolution isn't wasting any time with the formalities. We've already been reintroduced to all the characters (that matter), and thrown right into the thick of things.
Revolution has thrown the majority of its status quo against the wall and is trying to see if it can build something new and interesting with the pieces. And at least in its first effort, it seems like the show may have found something salvageable.
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