Eric Kripke admits he's a little obsessed. It's not your normal obsession and it doesn't mean he needs to join a 12-step program. Well, at least not yet. But it is something that drove him when he created and ran the CW's Supernatural, and it's an fixation that's only increased with his latest creation, NBC's Revolution, a series that he's developed with Lost's J.J. Abrams and Iron Man's Jon Favreau.
You typically have a few tweaks between a pilot episode and actual series order when it comes to a TV show, as the pilot establishes a premise while subsequent episodes build on it. This season's early hit Revolution is the perfect example—and producer Eric Kripke has finally explained why one big change was made to recast a big reveal for episode two.
Why did the lights go out on NBC's Revolution? During a conference call with journalists, Revolution's creator and executive producer Eric Kripke talked about his new show and actually may have spilled the beans on what the sci-fi show's big secret is. Or did he?
One of the hottest new series coming this fall is NBC's new J.J. Abrams vehicle Revolution, and the creators have promised a big, exciting mythology for the post-apocalypse—though they've kept a lot of details under wraps, until now.
It's the end of the world—and J.J. Abrams and Eric Kripke know it. That's why the sci-fi fantasy duo have teamed up for the new drama, Revolution. The show recently received a series pick-up from NBC, as well as an official cast photo.