This is another interview with Elizabeth and Giancarlo about REVOLUTION:
Source: USA Today
REVOLUTION 1×02 Ratings: Viewers: 9.3 million, A18-49: 3.5
The biggest news: NBC’s Revolution (9.3 million viewers, 3.5 rating among adults 18-49) took a 15 percent dip in its second week, but still ruled 10 p.m. In fact, Revolution easily beat the premieres of ABC’s Castle (11.4 million, 2.5), down 22 percent from last year, and crushed CBS’ Hawaii Five-0 (8 million, 1.9), down 44 percent in the demo to a series low.
What do you think of REVOLUTION 1×02? >>> SPOILER <<< if you haven’t watched REVOLUTION 1×02 yet
Are you excited for what happened last night? I’m so glad they have already revealed Rachel is alive in the second episode. Piuf! 🙂 And she is totally TERRIFIC! Now I can’t wait to see what she’s doing with Monroe, what she had been through and how she will survive, now that Monroe has Danny and how she will handle Ben’s death. When Bass told her about her son and husband, wow … her face!
Elizabeth, what can I say… she was unbelievable. I don’t really know how she can do that… how many emotions she can convey every time she is on screen. I mean really, I think I stopped breathing more than once.
By the way the title of REVOLUTION 1×04 is now “The Plague Dogs”.
Tim Guinee and Bob Merrick wrote something funny and adorable on twitter last night.
Bob: Every time
#ElizabethMitchell is on the screen my heart smiles even though she’s hogging up the whole couch. #Revolution
#Revolution at Elizabeth Mitchell’s place. She keeps talking about how pretty Anna Lise is. I can’t hear the damn tv.
NBC Press Release: ‘REVOLUTION’ SETS TIME-SHIFTING RECORDS
IN ‘LIVE PLUS THREE DAY’ RESULTS, ‘REVOLUTION’ DELIVERS NBC’s BIGGEST ADULT 18-49 GAIN EVER OVER A ‘LIVE PLUS SAME DAY’ RATING
THE 1.36-RATING-POINT GAIN IS ALSO THE BIGGEST EVER FOR A SERIES PREMIERE ON ANY NETWORK
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. – September 25, 2012 – The September 17 premiere of NBC’s new Monday drama “Revolution” has set time-shifting records for the network and for a debuting series on any network.
In “live plus three day” ratings from Nielsen Media Research that count time-shifted viewing through the first three days after a show’s live telecast, the “Revolution” premiere grew by 1.36 rating points from its “live plus same day” rating (a 4.09) to its “live plus three day” rating (5.45).
That 1.36-point increase is the biggest gain going from L+SD to L+3 for any NBC telecast ever. It’s also the biggest increase for any series premiere on any network ever, with the previous high being 1.14 last fall for Fox’s “The New Girl”).
The only series on ABC, CBS, NBC or Fox ever to gain 1.36 rating points or more going from “live plus same day” to “live plus three day” have been “Modern Family,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The New Girl,” “Big Bang Theory,” the post-Super Bowl telecast of “Glee” and the first appearance by Ashton Kutcher on “Two and a Half Men.”
“Revolution” has now reached a total of 24.2 million viewers who’ve watched all or part of last week’s premiere or the Wednesday encore.
In “live plus three day” results, “Revolution’s 5.4 rating in adults 18-49 makes it NBC’s top 10 p.m. ET premiere in nearly eight years, since “Medium” (6.3 on January 3, 2005), excluding previews.