WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – Revolution fans: expect a cliffhanger on Monday night.
The show, which has been filming in the Wilmington area, is taking a mid-season break after Monday.
The publicist for the NBC series said the episode will leave viewers wanting more.
The show will start back up on March 25. It will continue to air in a coveted spot, right after NBC's hit reality singing competition, The Voice.
Revolution opened to strong ratings in September. As such, NBC picked up Revolution for a full season commitment.
The series follows a family struggling to reunite 15 years after a mysterious blackout.
Even though it will be on hiatus, crews will continue filming in our area for episodes that will run next year.
Fans of the show said they are already looking forward to the second half of the season. On WECT's Facebook Page, Margie Rackowski wrote, "It keeps me riveted for the entire hour. Seems like it's over in a flash and I have to wait a whole week for the next installment. I hate it's ending for the season and we'll have a long wait for the next season. Great show!!!"
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