May 8th, 2012
03:45 PM ET
Tune in to nearly any of the major networks this fall, and chances are you'll find a show developed by “Lost” creator J.J. Abrams.
The newest channel to come into the fold is NBC, reports the L.A. Times. The Peacock network has announced it will air Abrams’ new drama “Revolution," which is produced and co-written by Abrams and "Supernatural" creator Eric Kripke.
The show's being billed as an action drama about people trying to survive in a world where all forms of energy have been wiped out.
Actors Billy Burke, Giancarlo Esposito, David Lyons, Tracy Spiradakos, Graham Rogers and Tim Guinee are the faces of the pilot, which Jon Favreau directed.
“Revolution” is just the latest in Abrams' quest for network domination: he’ll now have three series — "Revolution (NBC)," "Fringe” (Fox) and "Person of Interest" (CBS) — airing at the same time.
Other NBC pilot picks for fall include one from the equally ubiquitous Ryan Murphy. It's called "The New Normal," about a gay couple who invite a woman to serve as a surrogate mom for their kids.
This will mark Murphy’s third series on a third network as well: His other shows include "Glee" on Fox and "American Horror Story" on FX.
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