This new sci-fi drama from J.J. Abrams poses an interesting question: What would our world look like without electricity? (We’d be out of a job, for one thing.) “Revolution” begins with a mysterious worldwide event that results in all electrical devices ceasing to work, and then flashes forward 15 years to the post-apocalyptic world that follows, with people growing food in hollowed-out cars and roving militias jockeying for control. The recent track record for this kind of high-concept drama isn’t great (see: “Terra Nova”), but the premise is intriguing enough to rope us in. Plus, it involves Giancarlo Esposito (aka “Breaking Bad’s” Gus Fring) being a badass on a horse, so needless to say, we’re sold.
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