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Feb 13, 2014
Want to Keep Revolution On the Air?
This blog post has collected some great ways to make sure that Revolution does not go down to easy and maybe not at all: saverevolution.blogspot.com

For all of us militia fans out there that wants to see where they take the show next. Have a look and contribute!
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Jan 03, 2014
Revolution: Which Episodes of Season 1 Are "Must See"?
Advice needed for catching up on Revolution's first season.
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Nov 14, 2013
User Ratings Up, Comments and Number of Ratings Down
In this weeks pre-review post by Tim on Revolution, he said: "Ratings have flattened out to a series-low rating of 1.4 for four straight weeks, the comment count on my review of last week's "The Patriot Act" was the lowest of of the season to date, and no one seems to be saying much about this show on the interwebs".

I noticed the same thing last week and had started to figure out what was happening within our community. Tv.com has three figures to measure the popularity of a series: the rating, the number of people who rate and the number of comments. If you put them in a graph, you get the following:

It very clearly shows that the ratings go up slightly, the number of people rating the show is falling dramatically (from 267 to 45 last week) and the number of comments is going ...Read more
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Oct 18, 2013
The Problem With Revolution
In the review for the episode "Patriot Games" here, TatraFan and myself had an interesting conversation in the comments speculating about the shows ratings, survival chances and weaknesses. TatraFan believes its problems are ideological, writing:

"The problem with the first season is still plaguing the series: the ideological differences between the factions at war in the series. Revolutions tend to have a strong ideological element to them. Think of the Marxist-Leninist Revolutions in Russia and China (later Vietnam) and so on or even the American Revolution. It is as the old saying goes: "hearts and minds" must be won. We ran into the same problem in Iraq as we did in Vietnam-- we couldn't really win over all the factions "hearts and minds" especially not with Bombs! So, until Kripke comes to grips with the rather lack of ideological context of his villains and heroes he will always have ...Read more
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Revolution comes from the minds of J.J. Abrams and Eric Kripke. It is an action adventure in which a family struggles to reunite in a post-apocalyptic American landscape. This is a world of empty cities, local militias and heroic freedom fighters, where every single piece of technology -- computers, planes, cars, phones, even lights -- have mysteriously blacked out.