NBC's hit drama "Revolution" is ready to start work in Central Texas.
According to an online post from a casting company notice, the show will begin production for the next season as early as this Friday.
Locations specifically mentioned for the series include Bartlett in Williamson County, and Martindale in Caldwell County. The notice indicates they'll be working through the end of next April.
In May it was announced the NBC series would cease filming in North Carolina and move to Texas , and 300 skilled film crew jobs were moving with the production.
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