UPDATE 6: (Sept 15) the_door confirmed that all the photos are from July.
UPDATE 5: (Sept 8): I’ve just added a small article by EW that might contain spoilers about Rachel.
UPDATE 4 (Sept 8): Another update 😛 @the_door posted a new picture from the set. You can see just Liz’s arm in it with the kids… LOL! Stacy Ownbey, Morgan Hinkleman’s mother, posted a photo from EW’s issue.
UPDATE 3 (Sept 8): Hey guys I found another new still from REVOLUTION. It’s a little different from the one posted yesterday. This is from EW’s Fall TV Preview issue (the one with Homeland on cover).
UPDATE 2: I’ve just saw this posted on twitter by Justin W.UPDATE: @the_door has just tweeted us this set photo with Elizabeth. Not sure about the date.Hey there, I’ve just found this picture with Elizabeth, Tim Guinee, Morgan Hinkleman (Young Charlie) and Cameron Morrison (Young Danny).
I’m not sure, but it should be from REVOLUTION episode 1×02 “Pontiac, Illinois”, because we saw a video on July 24 where Elizabeth and Tim were walking down the street.
I know they’re still shooting what it looks like the same scene with the kids, but I’ve never seen another pic of Elizabeth on set. @the_door posted some photos of the children and one with Tim Guinee. You can see “Charlie” and “Danny” in this one but there are people from the crew and it’s impossible to see if there are actually Liz or Tim in it.
Anyway the photo I found it was posted by New York Times and there’s also an interview with the show creators Eric Kripke and JJ Abrams there, if you wanna read it.
***UPDATE 5 (Sept 8)***
RevolutionSeries Premiere: Sept. 17, 10 p.m., NBC
Showrunner: Eric Kripke
Stars: Billy Burke, Tracy Spiridakos, Giancarlo Esposito, Elizabeth Mitchell
What it’s about: In a near-future America reclaimed by nature after a mysterious event robs the world of electrical power, a Katniss-esque heroine (Spiridakos) — aided by her Han Solo-esque uncle (Burke) — goes on a quest to save her brother, who’s been kidnapped by a menacing militia that may be linked to her MIA mother (Mitchell).
Executive Producer J.J. Abrams says: ”Everyone describes it as ‘post-apocalyptic,’ which has such a dark connotation, but that’s not our show at all. It’s more optimistic. It’s about rebirth. It’s a Lord of the Rings quest, in a world as medieval as it is modern.” —Jeff Jensen