Revolution Stars Tease Season Finale, Life and Death Stakes Ahead

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NBC released its 2013-2014 schedule this week, creating major buzz over the new dramas and sitcoms that will dominate this fall's fresh slate.

But let's not lose track of the conclusion to the 2012-2013 season, which will be highlighted on the unscripted side for this network by Revolution. With Season 1 coming to an end, what can fans expect from NBC's top-rated drama?

TV Fanatic was on the red carpet of yesterday's Upfront Presentation in New York City and we posed that exact question to four of the show's stars. First up, Giancarlo Esposito and Elizabeth Mitchell tease the "life and death stakes" ahead for their characters, while gushing over each other's performances:

Tracy Spiridakos and Billy Burke, meanwhile, try not to reveal too much about the finale, chalking up the drama's popularity to its balance of action and emotion:

Jim Halterman is the West Coast Editor of TV Fanatic and the owner of JimHalterman.com. Follow him on Twitter.

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    I'm anxious to see how Revolution wraps up this first season; it's been so action packed so far this season. Rachael has really become dislikable to me because she seems to have no empathy for others, but I still hope she accomplishes her mission at the same time. I've kind of fallen behind on Revolution though because I've been working late Mondays at DISH so I haven't gotten home in time to watch. Thankfully I will have time today to catch up with what I've missed during my commute by using the DISH Anywhere app on my iPad. It can stream the shows I've recorded on my DVR to my iPad anywhere I go with an internet connection.