A behind-the-scenes look at the music for NBC’s sci-fi drama Revolution has been published today. The video features an interview with the show’s composer Christopher Lennertz (Horrible Bosses, Hop, Supernatural), as well footage from the recording sessions of the score. The music is recorded weekly with a full orchestra at the Warner Bros. Eastwood Scoring Stage in Burbank. Revolution created by created by Eric Kripke, produced by J.J. Abrams and starring Billy Burke, Tracy Spiridako, Anna Lise Phillips, Elizabeth Mitchell, Zak Orth and Giancarlo Esposito recently premiered on NBC and was the network’s top-rated drama debut in several years, as well as this season’s highest rated new series. The show has already been picked up for a full season earlier this week. The show airs every Monday night on NBC. For updates on the drama, visit the official show website.

  1. Karen English says:

    I’m watching season 2 episode 1 and the scene where season meets the man who took his son under his week. The music brings me right back to Supernatural Season 5 last episode, to Dean watching Sammy falling into the pit with with Lucifer & Michael