“Revolution” returned last night for Season 2 with more mystery. The sci-fi drama series premieres with 22 new episodes. Last night premiere was entitled “Born in the U.S.A” and the episode set the tone for a darker and dangerous season. Following the Season 1 finale, the political and military institutions with some control in the darkened world are gone. The only sense of authority they had is now dismantled and now it’s dangerous for everyone.
The heroes made the trek to the Tower and successfully being able to turn on the power, however, we don’t know the consequences of yet. Turning on the power the team seems to be dismantled. In Season 2, the team found themselves trapped in a small town in Texas. In this small town Rachel meets someone suddenly from her past.
Some of the other characters are exploring unfamiliar territories as well. Charlie played by Tracy Spiridakos, is on a treacherous journey in the Plain Nation. Neville, played by Giancarlo Esposito and Jason, played by JD Pardo, are on a trek searching for a rumored refugee camp searching for a missing loved one. The other characters are adjusting and searching for families. Monroe, played by David Lyons, is adjusting to his new role within society, however, he’s not as prestigious as his former one.
Check out “Revolution” Season 2 Live on NBC on Wednesday’s at 8 p.m. eastern time.