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‘Revolution’series finale on NBC offers fans a ‘Declaration of Independence’

JJ Abrams series gets cancelled as Revolution ends on Wednesday night
JJ Abrams series gets cancelled as Revolution ends on Wednesday nightPhoto by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images

The fans of NBC’s “Revolution” get a season finale that offers up some closure on the story and a look at the future for the characters in the series. The series finale is called a “Declaration of Independence” and just by the title of the episode, the fans are aware this is going to be an intense situation that closes out the series. According to TV Equals on Wednesday, there are unexpected consequences that offer up a problems when trying to save Priscilla.

The hope is to stop the war that appears to be gaining ground. Miles, Charlie and Monroe launch an attack on the Patriots. The improvised portion is a risky new plan in order to stop the oncoming war between California and Texas and it might be nearly impossible to achieve. The risk comes at the worst time as there appears to be no other options to stop the growing unrest.

There is revenge in the air too. Neville sets his sights on President Davis and it appears he will do whatever is necessary to make revenge happen. Meanwhile, Aaron and Rachel’s efforts to save Priscilla from the nano-tech has unexpected consequences and the drama of the moment is intense. Apparently it might be too late to actually offer up safety and, if so, there will be serious costs.

The new of the cancellation of NBC’s “Revolution” hit the fans hard. The JJ Abrams and Eric Kripke post-apocalyptic drama is far away from the buzz it saw last season when fans loved the show and offered up solid ratings. Offering up another concern was the move from “The Voice” on Mondays to a different time slot as the fans didn't follow. With only two seasons the show was cancelled for other shows to start on the network.

The “Revolution” series finale airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.