Revolution’s lights out for the holidays came to an end Saturday.
Well, sort of.
They’re back, but keeping in the dark.
According to a Wilmington film permit, the shoot began about noon and lasted until 11 pm, with streetlights near an alley at the Alton Lennon Federal Building on Water Street between Princess and Market streets, turned off.
Permission was given for five cast members and 35 extras to be out during the night and for production to litter the ground outside of the building with pamphlets.
A secondary crew was back at the Bellevue Cemetery, making it a repeat location for the cast in Wilmington since their first shoot there in July.
Revolution returns March 25th on NBC.