Following last Monday’s exciting episode, we have a new promo for what should be a highly charged eighth episode of Revolution.

In this promo, we see that the series will get increasingly more intense with Monroe getting more vicious. He captures Nora’s sister to try to get her to bring him a pendant. Also, we see that just as the pendant becomes more important, Aaron loses his!

Last week in Revolution, we saw Miles and the gang team up with a group of kids living on their own in order to rescue one of their family members, Peter. We learned that he was at a facility where the Militia takes kids to turn them into their soldiers. Charlie went undercover as one of the kids, leading to the escape of Peter, but the branding of Charlie.

Back in Philadelphia, we saw Monroe trying to gain hold of the pendants. He captured Dr. Bradley, a holder of one of the pendants, and got the information regarding the location of his pendant once he brought in Dr. Bradley’s daughter.

Lastly, in a surprise twist, we saw Aaron’s pendant work, turning on the lighthouse! We also saw Randall holding Grace as a prisoner, who said that he just wanted them “to be friends.”

Revolution 1×08 “Ties That Bind” airs at 10:00 p.m. on November 12. It is directed by Guy Bee and starring Tracy Spiridakos (Being Human) as Charlie, Billy Burke (Charlie Swan in Twilight) as Miles, and Zak Orth as Aaron.

The official synopsis states:

When Nora encounters a close relative, she must make a difficult choice between family and a promise. Meanwhile, one of the most ruthless members of the Militia is tracking Miles, Charlie and the gang and General Monroe hands Major Neville a stern warning.

Will you be watching ‘Revolution’ 1×08 ‘Ties That Bind’?

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