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A Deeper Look At ‘Revolution’ Episode 2
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A Deeper Look At ‘Revolution’ Episode 2

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Consumed with questions after last night’s Revolution? You’re not alone. Episode 2 of the new NBC series introduced a number of new elements into the series.

NBC has posted a video to address what the cast and creator have in store/theorize for upcoming episodes. Check it out below!

What did you think of last night’s Revolution? We thought it moved a little slow, and we’re not really seeing Charlie’s character development unfold the way we were hoped for. We’d love to see them beef up the Katniss element and hold back on the emotional ties for awhile… More mystery and less emotional background for now.

Agree with us? Completely disagree with us? We’d love to hear your thoughts! Sound off in our comment section below!

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  1. I am gonna give it a couple more episodes, I am on the fence about it. I do love the cast and all the sword fighting scenes are awesome, but there is a little too much drag between the fighting scenes. I am hoping it picks up more next week. *crossing fingers*

  2. I feel like this is the main complaint so far. It’s just really slow. I have faith in Kripke and Abrams though… but if I don’t see it soon I’m not going to keep tuning in either. 9.29 million people tuned in last night compared to 11.65 million for the pilot… we’ll see how many they retain next week. I suspect it will drop a little bit further.

  3. I like the show but I am really afraid that it will go the same way as Fast Forward and Terra Nova went. I like the concept but I think it would have more of a chance of staying on if it was on SyFy.

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