Revolution Television

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Logo description and capture by Shadeed A. Kelly

Background: Revolution Television is the television production arm of Revolution Studios formed in 2003. It was closed in 2006, but has returned in 2010 with the series Are We There Yet? on TBS.

(January 10, 2003 - November 26, 2006, April 11, 2011- )

Nickname: "The Gyroscope"

Logo: On the same background as Revolution Studios, we have the respective logo, but the word “TELEVISION” replaces “STUDIOS”. There would be a white line in the middle and below it would have another logo that says “redRevolution TV-Red OM Films: 2004 OM films” with a red circle with the symbol for "Om" inside it in the same color.

Trivia: The Sanskrit symbol near the Red Om logo is actually the symbol for the sound Om, considered the sound of the universe by some Eastern religions.

Variant: On Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza, the text is an in-credit that doesn't feature the gyroscope and is shown on the lower left-hand corner on any end-title scene.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: The end title-theme of the show or TV movie.

Availability: Rare. Were seen on the short-lived TV show Queens Supreme and two television movies Samantha: An American Girl Holiday and Molly: An American Girl on the Home Front. The latter two titles are currently on DVD. The in-credit variant is seen occasionally on
Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza on GSN.

Editor's Note: None.