After an extended hiatus, the NBC drama series Revolution is back with more action, heightened emotion and even higher stakes. At its heart, the story is about a family (both blood and otherwise) struggling to stay together in an American landscape where every single piece of technology – computers, planes, cars, phones and even lights – has mysteriously blacked out forever, or so they thought. Having harnessed the power of the pendant, militia leader Monroe (David Lyons) sets out to obliterate the Rebels, and if they don’t do something fast, they won’t stand a chance. From executive producers Eric Kripke, J.J. Abrams, Bryan Burk and Jon Favreau, the show also stars Billy Burke, Tracy Spiridakos, Giancarlo Esposito, Elizabeth Mitchell, Zak Orth, JD Pardo, Daniella Alonso and Tim Guinee.
While at WonderCon, co-stars David Lyons (“Sebastian Monroe”) and Zak Orth (“Aaron Pittman”) spoke at a roundtable about the return of Aaron’s wife, the selfish behavior that’s ahead for Monroe, whether Monroe is truly irredeemable, what it’s been like to have Aaron get in on some of the action, that neither of them get told the big story reveals ahead of time, Aaron’s possible involvement with the blackout, and what’s to come with Monroe’s backstory. Check out what they had to say after the jump.