"Revolution," NBC's freshman drama that revolves around a family and its battles with other survivors of a blackout that has wiped out all electricity and technology, including computers, cellphones and lights, has been off the air since last year.
The second half of the first season launches March 25, and producers say fans of the show should fasten their seat belts.
Executive producer Eric Kripke said that by dividing the first season into two parts, "We felt we could pick up the pace of stunning revelations... It will be more shocking, more often."
Splitting the season into two parts is similar to how several cable networks pattern various series, including "Breaking Bad" and "The Walking Dead." The divide allows interrupting the flow of episodes with repeats, a dilemma that provoked unhappiness with fans of dramas such as "Lost."