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Welcome to the Revolution: Season 4 Coming Soon

In the four months since we wrapped Season 3 of Revolution, the production crew and I took some time to reflect on the last three years. We’ve come a long way but we believe we’re also just getting started. Changes are on the horizon for the show…and that’s a good thing. We moved the set thanks to the Four Seasons in San Francisco. We’re introducing a twist to our existing format. And the guests, well, they’re hand picked to help you navigate life both personally and professionally.

I’m proud to announce that a new series of Revolution will debut here on Mashable on January 30th.

– Craig Newmark Founder of Craig Connects
– San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee
– Behavior expert Kare Anderson
– Seth Combs Co-founder of SOL Republic
– Investor and entrepreneur Shervin Pishevar
– Wendy Lea CEO of Get Satisfaction

Here’s a preview of what’s to come…

Connected societies are leading to a connected world.

In a time when there are more questions than answers.

It takes a revolution to bring about meaningful change.

Subscribe here. In the mean time, make sure to catch the last episode with Joe Fernandez founder and CEO of Klout.

8 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “Welcome to the Revolution: Season 4 Coming Soon”

  1. Dave Crenshaw says:

    Congratulations, Brian. Looking forward to season 4!

  2. Looking forward to the “Revolution”!

  3. Jeanne says:

    I LOVE Revolution! Please do NOT cancel this show!! It is one of my favorites!!

  4. Emmanuel Okafor says:

    pls when will revolution season 4 be out on dvd

  5. Michael Ozerd says:

    Looking forward to see revolution season 4.

  6. Adilat says:

    Haaaaa very very interesting movie so far.. miles marthison n Bass.. n all of dem was acted normally bt it really pains me cos Jason died.. pls season 4 waiting.

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