Helping viewers to completely transform all aspects of their lives, including family, physical and emotional well-being; fashion, home design; personal finance; food; and jobs.
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Jennifer Ashton ...  Herself - Co-Hostess 3 episodes, 2012
Tiffanie Davis Henry Tiffanie Davis Henry ...  Herself - Co-Host 3 episodes, 2012
Tim Gunn ...  Himself - Co-Host 3 episodes, 2012
Harley Pasternak Harley Pasternak ...  Himself - Co-Host 3 episodes, 2012
Ty Pennington ...  Himself - Co-Host 3 episodes, 2012
Bettina Mangiaracina Bettina Mangiaracina ...  Hand Model / ... 2 episodes, 2012
Richie Noodles Richie Noodles ...  Husband in audience 2 episodes, 2012
Dolly Parton ...  Herself 2 episodes, 2012
Anthony Youn ...  Himself 2 episodes, 2012
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Helping viewers to completely transform all aspects of their lives, including family, physical and emotional well-being; fashion, home design; personal finance; food; and jobs.

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January 2012 (USA) See more »

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Was created to be a replacement for the long running soap opera One Life to Live. This move ended up backfiring as The Revolution received very poor ratings and bad reviews from critics. The series was canceled and aired its finale episode on July 6th, 2012 and replaced by an afternoon addition of Good Morning America for the rest of the summer. The time slot was then taken over permanently by ABCs' only remaining soap opera General Hospital, which had several characters from One life to Live and its' former head writer Ron Carlivati join the show after One Lifes' cancellation. See more »

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The bad side of talk shows
14 October 2015 | by budikavlanSee all my reviews

When they announced the premiere of The Revolution and The Chew, they both sounded like they had potential. But after seeing both shows, I was reminded of the episode of Star Trek where the transporter split Captain Kirk into two different sides of his personality. The Chew was all of the fun parts of daytime talk shows: guest stars, cooking, games, food, entertaining, laughter, audience participation, etc. The Revolution, on the other hand, was every sad, pathetic, boring aspect of (newer) daytime talk: self-help, sad stories, "turning your life around," makeovers, and so on. It's not difficult to guess which one lasted, and which one was canceled within a year.


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