022 Revolution Fan Podcast – Initial Reaction to The Longest Day

In this episode of Revolution Fan Podcast, Tom gives his initial reaction to Revolution season 1, episopodcast-150x150de 17, The Longest Day. The full episode will be out later this week.

Tom read Rob Kearney’s “pre-show crackpot theory.” It turned out to be really close in terms of using Rachel’s capsule to heal her compound fracture.

We got a lot of answers. We’ll update our Questions and Answers page. It’ll take a little time to get the Kill Count this week as well.

We’d like your feedback for this week’s episode that we can read/play and respond to in our full episode coming out later this week. Call and leave a voicemail at:

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If you missed episode 21, the full podcast episode for The Love Boat, make sure you go back and review it. Make sure you set your podcatcher settings to get all episodes.

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2 Responses to 022 Revolution Fan Podcast – Initial Reaction to The Longest Day

  1. Kyle Pope says:

    Revolution is changing its timeslot. It will be moving to Wednesdays at 8:00 PM Eastern (http://www.avclub.com/articles/fall-schedule-analysis-nbc-goes-all-in-on-the-midd,97647/). There is some concern that NBC wants to kill the show given its current ratings slide as The Voice was a very strong lead-in for it.

    • Tom Snively says:

      I’m not very knowledgable about ratings over time and other stuff.

      “Complaints that NBC is trying to kill Revolution have been running rampant, and those complaints aren’t wrong.”

      Who is complaining? What have they done to “kill it”?

      Lowering the order from 22 episodes to 20? Making a 4-month hiatus? Ok, maybe these were part of the killing… But I think the staff liked the 4-month hiatus in order to slow down and figure out what they wanted to do.

      Haven’t there been dramas that increased their audience in the 2nd+ season? How much audience do you need for a network to keep a show on the air?

      Thanks for the link. It’s interesting…


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