By | Nov 26, 2012

I won’t say that I have been hooked on the new NBC series “Revolution”, but I have seen every episode. Most of this thanks to NBC for putting the episodes on their Web site. This is a great way for alternative viewing. It seems as if many times by 10pm on Monday night I am tired and decide that watching it later in the week is fine.

When I first saw the previews during the summer and that it was made by some of the same people who was involved with the series “Lost” I knew I wanted to see it. And I did. I downloaded it from iTunes a few days before it debuted on NBC.

I was interested especially seeing how the landscape of the Central US changed during the 15 years that the world has been without power. The problem. It reminded me a great deal of the world of “The Hunger Games”. Maybe this was done on purpose. Especially since it seems as it’s become popular for a young girl to be carrying a bow with arrows.

It’s also fun looking to find the little quips related to works of Stephen King.

Not sure whether I liked that the first pre-power outage music that was played was a song by Led Zeppelin. Doesn’t seem to be quite right for the generation involved. But then again Zep does crossover to just about every generation of the past 50 years.

Tonight will be the end of the first set of episodes (or as has been used lately the Fall season). I will mostly likely watch it, but then again I can always wait to see it in a couple of days. It’s a good series, but not what I would term as a must watch show.


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