During Monday night’s “Revolution” premiere, we saw straight out of the gate something that was the complete shocker: The death of a beloved character in Aaron, who had his chest sliced open like it was ham in a grocery store. But, is there a way that he can be brought back to life? If there is one thing to remember here, it is that we’re looking at an Eric Kripke show here. This is a guy with quite a history of bringing dead people back on “Supernatural,” and we do not put anything past him here at all.
Based on some of the first details from next week’s “There Will Be Blood” (which should be entitled instead “There Has Been Blood Already”), you better believe that the quest to save Aaron is going to be very much alive. Just read the synopsis below if you don’t believe us:
“Miles’s (Billy Burke) life is in grave danger as he finds himself in the clutches of Titus Andover (Matt Ross). Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) is determined to find Monroe (David Lyons), as Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) and her father, Dr. Porter (Stephen Collins) desperately attempt to revive Aaron (Zak Orth). Meanwhile, Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) hatches a plan to infiltrate the Patriots.”
Much of the synopsis is pretty repetitive in terms of what we saw from the premiere of the show, it is worth noting that Neville somehow thinks that he can have a plan to take down anyone, given that he does not exactly have that substantial of a following right now. What is he going to do, recruit his son to the cause?
What do you want to see happen next on “Revolution”? Be sure to share your thoughts below! Meanwhile, click here if you do want to read our full review of the premiere.