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18 August 2012 @ 06:30 pm
Fall TV Scoop: J.J. Abrams' 'Revolution' Enlists 'Lost' Alum Jeff Fahey


NBC’s J.J. Abrams-produced Revolution, which earlier this summer added Lost alum Elizabeth Mitchell to its ensemble, has cast another familiar face from the island drama — Jeff Fahey — in a guest-starring role.

[TVLine.com]


LAPENIS LAPIDUS!!! =D Hire ALL the Lost people!
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POSSIBLY THE BIGGEST PIECE OF 'REVOLUTION' NEWS YET!

Fall TV Scoop: Lost Alum Elizabeth Mitchell Joins in NBC's 'Revolution'


Elizabeth Mitchell is reuniting with Lost creator J.J. Abrams as a series regular on his post-apocalyptic NBC drama Revolution, TVLine has learned.

Mitchell will play Rachel Matheson, the mother of Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) and Danny Matheson (Graham Rogers), and appear in a series in flashbacks. (The role was filled by Rescue Me's Andrea Roth in the original pilot.)

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Revolution premieres Monday, Sept. 17, at 10 pm/9c.

[TVLine.com]


ELIZABETH MITCHELL, YOU GUYS. This show just keeps getting more and more exciting! The only thing left is to get a former SPN castmember to join the show as well and this thing would just be too good to be true.
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Title: a friend for the end of the world
Pairing: Miles Straume/future!Castiel, mentions of Miles/Cas/others
Rating: R
Spoilers/Warnings: spoilers through the series finale of LOST and episode 5.04 of SPN (with a nod at 5.18); drug use, sexual content, mentions of orgies.
Disclaimer: I don't own LOST or Supernatural. Title from the movie of the same name.
Summary: He's pretty sure the only thing they have in common is the desire to smoke until they don't care that the world's ending. ~760 words.
 
 
Fall TV Scoop: NBC Greenlights J.J. Abrams' 'Revolution'

Capping a busy day for the Peacock net, NBC has picked up the Ryan Murphy comedy The New Normal and the J.J. Abrams-Eric Kripke thriller Revolution to series.

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Revolution — starring The Cape's David Lyons, Twilight's Billy Burke and Breaking Bad's Giancarlo Esposito — is described as a high-octane action drama following a group of characters struggling to survive and reunite with loved ones in a world where all forms of energy have mysteriously ceased to exist.

[TVLine.com]


TVLine also posted a first look at a promotional picture of the cast. Check it out under the cut!Collapse )

Whoo-hoo, we will finally get to see this show!
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02 February 2012 @ 09:32 pm
Pilot Scoop: NBC Orders J.J. Abrams/Eric Kripke Thriller 'Revolution'

The Revolution is getting closer to being televised.

NBC has given the green light to the hour-long thriller penned by Supernatural creator Eric Kripke and exec produced by J.J. Abrams and Bryan Burk.

The project is described as a high octane action drama that follows a group of characters struggling to survive and reunite with loved ones in a world where all forms of energy have mysteriously ceased to exist.

[TVLine.com]


Now we've finally got an idea of what Revolution is going to be about! Thoughts?

Let's keep our fingers crossed this show keeps making its way across the assembly line!
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08 January 2012 @ 01:01 am
Title: paint a cage with an open door
Pairing: John Winchester/Juliet Burke
Rating: Hard R (sex, character death)
Words: 1,697
Disclaimer: Not mine. Title from a poem by Jacques Prévert.
Summary: “Let’s go,” she says, walking away from the stench of burning flesh like it isn’t her first job. She takes the keys from his hand.
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09 November 2011 @ 01:45 am
Pairing: Juliet/Sam
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 542
Summary: this is not something he usually does, either. no spoilers

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‘Revolution’: J.J. Abrams on Eric Kripke’s ‘undeniably good’ pilot

E.R.: What made you interested in collaborating with Kripke?

J.J.A.:
I’ve been a fan of “Supernatural.” I like him a lot. He’s a really good guy, and he came to us with an idea that was undeniably good. It was such a great premise for a series that it was just that feeling of the misery that you’d feel if you had a chance to be part of that and didn’t take advantage of it. I’m really looking forward to that show. He’s so obviously the real deal, and we’re just really lucky and honored that he wanted to collaborate with us on it.

E.R.: Shows like “Supernatural” and “Lost” have very devoted fans. What do you think about the potential to bring those two groups together with this show?

J.J.A.:
I think [“Revolution”] needs to be as good as the premise promises, and if we do that, I’m confident that we will find an audience. I don’t think that you can ever rely on an audience that happened to like “Lost” or happened to like “Supernatural.” I would be thrilled if those audiences found this show too, but right now instead of thinking about who the audience is, we’re just trying to figure out the best possible way to produce the pilot, make it as good as it can be. A happy byproduct of just thinking about how to tell the story the best way possible is that you get a shot at an audience, and I’m crossing my fingers that we’ll have a substantial one.

E.R.: What about Kripke’s writing captivated you?

J.J.A.:
What I love about his writing is it’s alive, it’s visual. He writes things that become images in your mind as you’re reading it, but he also is deeply concerned about character, back story, the emotional lives of the people he’s writing. It’s something I really appreciate. Again, I look forward to working with him in any capacity. Being a producer on his show is something I’m thrilled to do. And offer any suggestions. Though he certainly doesn’t need my suggestions to make a great show.


Looks like J.J. Abrams is as excited about this team-up as we are! (And he likes SPN!)

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NBC Orders 'Epic Adventure Thriller' From Supernatural Creator Eric Kripke and J.J. Abrams

I'm guessing NBC greenlit this thing based on the pedigree alone.

As first reported by our sister site Deadline.com, Supernatural creator Eric Kripke is teaming up with J.J. Abrams on a one-hour NBC drama series billed as "an epic adventure thriller."

No other details were released, save for the title: Revolution.

Kripke, who is also developing an adaptation of the DC Comic Deadman for The CW, wrote the pilot script and will exec produce along with Abrams and Bryan Burk.

[TVLine.com]


Ladies and gents, SPN/Lost just became canon.
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Title: Disaster movies had it all wrong
Characters: Miles Straume (Lost), Bela Talbot (Supernatural)
Word count/Rating: 1045 words, Rated PG for theme and language
Warning: One of the character is already dead. Though we're talking Lost and Supernatural, here, so it's pretty par for the course.
Summary: Basically? The apocalypse sucks.
A/N: For joyyjpg who asked for angst, apocalypse, immortality and road trips in the 5 acts meme. I'm just crossposting it, I'm slow like that ;)