If any network desperately needed a revolution, it's NBC.
The network did fine during football season, then collapsed. Last week, it averaged 3.8 million viewers ... less than half of what CBS had and barely more than one-third of what zombies and Jesus got on cable-TV. It finished fourth among the big-four networks (nowhere near third) and almost fell behind Univision.
Fortunately, this is the week it had scheduled the start of its spring revival -- "The Voice" on Mondays and Tuesdays, followed by the return of "Revolution" on Tuesdays.