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Revolution Look Ahead, Shows Future Scoop From Giancarlo Esposito and The Latest Ratings Note

Written by Alexander Tucker   // 10/04/2012

Revolution Look Ahead, Shows Future Scoop From Giancarlo Esposito and The Latest Revolution Ratings NoteRevolution: Scoop on the future of the show from Entertainment Weekly’s Sandra Gonzalez



Here’s some scoop on Revolution from Entertainment Weekly’s Sandra Gonzalez’s The Spoiler Room column, which was posted on 10/1/12.



Revolution is my favorite new show so far. Anything to share? 

Nothing super juicy — but I do have a plea from Giancarlo Esposito so passionate that I’d be remiss not to share. “People should really stick with it as the story gets better and better and the plot of what happens is well thought out, and there’s a big grand plan that I think is really rewarding,” he says. “So don’t get scared off by the type of big arc, please. Stick with it. It is worth it.” And it sounds like you (and a few million of your friends) are right on track, Kyle.




Revolution Ratings Note


Well, not everyone is loving Revolution as much as they did on opening night. Revolution premiered to a grand and robust 11.65 million people. Since then, Revolution is losing ratings and losing ratings fast. Episode 1×02 of Revolution was watched by 9.21 million. Now, a lose of ratings from opening night was to be expected, but over a 2 million viewer lost put up a red flag in my ratings mind.


Then, this past monday, Revolution 3×03 was watched by only 8.32 million. I don’t thing Revolution can keep losing viewers at this rate without suffering cancellation. The question is, how far will Revolution fall. I can tell you right now, Revolution won’t beat Castle which averages over ten million viewers a week on Monday night for the rest of the season, but if Revolution falls below CBS’s Hawaii Five-0 which is hovering around 7.9 million viewers a week, Revolution has a problem and NBC is going to have to make a though decision.


Revolution returns in 4 days on Monday October 8, 2012 at 10pm on NBC. It’s time Revolutions ratings started to level out. Or perhaps a bump is in order. No doubt, NBC executives are getting worried.


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