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Full First Episode of J.J. Abrams' 'Revolution' Released Online

September 5, 2012 (4:32 am) GMT
The Jon Favreau-directed pilot of the new sci-fi series hits the web more than a week before it premieres on NBC.
Full First Episode of J.J. Abrams' 'Revolution' Released Online

NBC is giving viewers an early look at its upcoming new series "" by debuting the pilot online. The full first episode is now available for viewing pleasure via the network's official site and Hulu, more than ten days before it officially premieres on Monday, September 17 at 10/9c.

Directed by "" and "" helmer , the pilot follows siblings Charlie () and Danny (Graham Rogers) who are split while looking for their uncle Miles (). Also being sought by the new "government," Miles may hold answer to the global blackout that started 15 years earlier.

"" creator/executive producer Eric Kripke creates "Revolution" and joins forces with " creator J.J. Abrams as well as Abrams' frequent collaborator Bryan Burk to executive produce it. Supporting the series are such actors as , Anna Lise Phillips, , Tim Guinee and .

Billy Burke once claimed that people wouldn't "be confused in the slightest watching it." He explained, "For some reason, all forms of energy and power go out. Fifteen years later, people are trying to get along and trying to figure out how to reconnect and how to form new societies without any of those benefits. We cut back and forth a little bit in time, but it's all pretty linear and very easy to follow and highly entertaining."



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