3 February 2013 9:25 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The Super Bowl may have been broadcast on CBS, but it was NBC that took full advantage when New Orleans' Louisiana Superdome suddenly lost power. Less than two minutes had elapsed in the third quarter of the Baltimore Ravens-San Francisco 49ers game before parts of the stadium unexpectedly lost power. Soon thereafter, viewers turned to Twitter to voice their conspiracy theories on what had just happened. One of them concerned NBC's high-profile post-apocalyptic drama Revolution, set in a world without electricity. It was perfect timing. Video: The Most Talked About Commercials of Super Bowl 2013 "Just a

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