‘Revenge’ may have taken its final bow on May 11 after four seasons, but I don’t think I’m the only one who was left screaming at the idea of my beloved Nolan Ross getting a spinoff after that final scene! Here’s why Em’s sidekick deserves his own show!
Nolan Ross (Gabriel Mann) getting justice for the innocent one case at a time? That’s something I’d love to see on a weekly basis. The final moments of the May 11 series finale of Revenge hinted at the possibility that Nolan’s story wasn’t over, and that had me jumping for joy. If I had it my way, Nolan would be getting his own spinoff show because, honestly, how are we going to survive without him?
Let’s face it, Emily Thorne has seen better days.
The last time we saw Emily (Emily VanCamp), she and her revenge plan went overboard. On the Jan. 5 episode of Revenge, we picked up right where the midseason finale left off and Emily has her hands full — even if her mind appeared to be empty.
Also, there was some serious Hamptons heartbreak and a shocking confession!
Emily’s (Emily VanCamp) revenge plot thickened in the best way possible on the Nov. 3 episode of Revenge. She finally revealed her ultimate plan to take down Victoria (Madeleine Stowe), Nolan (Gabriel Mann) had a troubling decision to make, and Daniel (Joshua Bowman) got a crazy blast from the past!
Plus, Daniel makes a shocking confession to Emily!
Everyone’s got their own agenda on Revenge, which Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) learned first-hand on the Oct. 27 episode. Aiden (Barry Sloane) went behind Emily’s back, Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) one-upped Emily — for a moment — and we found out who tried to off Conrad (Henry Czerny)!
So many huge secrets were revealed on the second season premiere — and Emily’s still ‘just getting started!’
The Sept. 30 season premiere started off in true Revenge fashion: with a flash forward! “The Amanda” was seen sinking to the bottom of the ocean due to a fire or an explosion — in other words, it was no accident. But Jack’s (Nick Wechsler) beloved boat wasn’t the only thing discovered underwater. An unidentified body was also found nearby!
Also, am I the only person who thought #OccupyDaniel should have trended on Twitter tonight?
Daniel Grayson’s (Joshua Bowman) innocence remained in question on the May 2 episode of Revenge — even though someone else admitted to murdering Tyler. While Daniel remained in prison, Charlotte (Christa B. Allen), did a little family research, leading Emily (Emily VanCamp) to a missing journal from the infinity box. And shockingly, Nolan (Gabriel Mann) had been hiding it from her all along! (Now Nolan, you know not to keep secrets from Emily. You’ll eventually regret it.)
The April 18 episode of ‘Revenge’ rewarded patient viewers with the image of Daniel Grayson in a towel. That’s basically all you need to know. Well, not really, but it was pretty important — and very steamy.
Amanda Clarke (Margarita Levieva) was nowhere to be found when Revenge returned from hiatus this week, and the Graysons were still in a frenzy to identify the hooded figure on the beach the night of Tyler’s murder. Eager to pin his murder on someone other than their son Daniel (Josh Bowman), they put together a potential sketch — and the suspect shockingly resembled Jack (Nick Wechsler)! Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe) revealed she was willing to frame Jack, or anyone really, in order to have her son acquitted.
Tyler may not have any eyebrows of his own to speak of, but he had everyone else in the Hamptons raising theirs this week.
Do you hear that? It’s the sound of loyalties dying in the Hamptons, which is pretty much what the Dec. 7 episode of Revenge was all about. By the end of the hour, no alliance — or sex tape — was safe, and Emily’s (Emily VanCamp) big secret began to unravel before her very eyes.
Plus, do you think Lydia is really suffering from memory loss?
The “real” Emily Thorne (Margarita Levieva) made herself at home on the Nov. 16 episode of Revenge by cozying up to the people in “fake” Emily’s (Emily VanCamp) life, including Jack (Nick Wechsler), who she seemed to take a particular liking to. Scenes from next week’s episode reveal her hanging out on “the Amanda,” though maybe they should rename that boat the S.S. Foreshadowing. I’ve got a feeling some bad stuff is about go down.
Plus, Gabriel reveals why he’s ‘Team K-Stew.’ That’s right — the ‘Revenge’ cast is full of Twi-hards.
Revenge returns at 10 p.m. tonight after two painfully long weeks away, and Gabriel Mann says we can expect more “treachery” than ever. HollywoodLife.com caught up with Gabriel, along with co-stars Ashley Madekwe and Christa B. Allen, at the Breaking Dawn premiere Nov. 14 for the scoop on what’s to come — including whether or not the “real Emily Thorne” will be a friend or foe.
Geez, is anyone faithful on TV anymore? I guess if they were, there’d be no need for ‘Revenge!’ (See what I did there?)
Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) threw a major curveball at us on the Oct. 5 episode of ABC’s Revenge when she sent everyone a mass “forgivesies” text and moved away from the Hamptons. JK! She continued to ruin the lives of all the people around her, this week targeting Senator Tom Kingsley (Yancey Arias), the man who prosecuted her father. So how did she do it? I’ve got three words for you, friends: Baby. Mama. Drama.