Earlier this month, the PaleyFest honored NBC’s “Revolution,” one of the few breakout hits to emerge this fall on broadcast television.
Co-created by Eric Kripke and J.J. Abrams, “Revolution” takes place 15 years after all electronics mysteriously stopped working. In the world that followed, the United States government collapsed and several militias and individuals seized power for themselves.
During the red carpet arrivals, CraveOnline caught up with Giancarlo Esposito, who previously played the infamous Gus Fringe on “Breaking Bad. In his new role as Major Tom Neville, Esposito has been one of the highlights of “Revolution.” During our brief chat with Esposito, he spoke about Neville’s troubled relationships with his wife and son as well as his higher ambitions for the Monroe Republic.
We also spoke with Tracy Spiridakos, who plays Charlotte "Charlie" Matheson on the series. And she promises us that Charlie will be even more badass in the upcoming episode before touching upon Charlie’s relationships with her mother, Rachel her uncle, Miles and Nora.
“Revolution” returns to NBC on Monday, March 25.