Revelations is an American television mini-series created by David Seltzer and taking place in the modern day, which explores the End of Days as well as prophecies relating to them through the eyes of Dr. Richard Massey, a noted astrophysicist from Harvard whose daughter is murdered in a brutal Satanic ritual.
The series aired in the USA on NBC from 13 April to 18 May, 2005. There are six hour-long episodes in one season.
Revelations originally aired in South Africa on DStv's actionX (now M-Net Action) channel from 16 August to 20 September, 2006, on Wednesdays at 21h00. New episodes broadcast weekly.
Destinies collide as chilling, epic events unfold, heralding an approaching judgement day in this six-hour mini-series that tests the boundaries between faith and science.
Dr. Richard Massey is a scientist who's searching for reasonable explanations to the signs that suggest the end of the world is happening in the way predicted by biblical scriptures.
When satanist Isaiah Haden answers the calling of his "Lord" to make sure the Armies of Darkness triumph in an apocalyptic battle, Massey must let go of scientific facts and embrace faith by aligning himself with a nun, Sister Josepha, whose devout beliefs cannot be shaken.
Drawn together by personal tragedy, these unlikely partners are propelled into a deepening mystery, finding evidence that the world, as predicted by the Book of Revelation, has reached The End of Days.