The couple who acts together, stays together. Emily VanCamp took to her Instagram to share the sweetest pic with her husband and former on-screen co-star, Josh Bowman, as they celebrate eight years together!
We’re still in shock after the Dec. 7 episode of ‘Revenge.’ Daniel died trying to save Emily, leaving millions of fans distraught, but the executive producer and Josh Bowman spoke to HollywoodLife.com’s sister site TVLine and explained why Daniel was killed. Plus, find out if this will be the ABC series’ final season!
We were so surprised when Daniel Grayson (Josh Bowman) died on the Dec. 7 midseason finale of Revenge. But according to executive producer Sunil Nayar, who spoke to HollywoodLife.com‘s sister site TVLine, the plan to kill Daniel was in the works for a while. He also spoke about the “beautiful” moment Daniel shared with Emily (Emily VanCamp) before taking his last breath and whether or not this will be the final season of the ABC series.
This major character may have died heroically on the Dec. 7 midseason finale of ‘Revenge,’ but I think the writers made a huge mistake by killing off this person! Find out why.
I’ll give credit where credit is due — Revenge knows how to shock its viewers. Plus, it’s always nice when the writers aren’t afraid to kill off a main character. But I’m so incredibly upset over the death on the Dec. 7 midseason finale. This time, the writers made a huge mistake!
The ‘Revenge’ wedding was as beautiful and twisted as one would expect — and more!
Who shot Emily (Emily VanCamp)? That’s the question we’ve wanted answered all season, and the Dec. 15 midseason finale of Revenge finally put a face to the person who royally thwarted Emily’s revenge plan. The reveal was shocking and brilliant, so let’s dig in!
The season finale of ‘Revenge’ brought Emily face-to-face with her worst enemy of all — but that wasn’t the biggest surprise of the night!
Through trickery and a fake break-in, Emily (Emily VanCamp) secured the evidence linking everyone to the terrorist attack on the May 23 season finale of Revenge; all she needed was Nolan (Gabriel Mann) to break into the Grayson Global security protecting the software. But her trusted confidant was unreachable, and when Emily arrived at his house looking for him, she found a message urging her to call the white-haired man. Eventually, they agreed to meet face-to-face — as if Emily would handle avenging her father’s death any other way.
Emily had her sights set on the white-haired man on the May 16 episode of ‘Revenge,’ and she won’t give up until this man — who murdered her father — is dead!
Because Charlotte’s (Christa B. Allen) been having pill problems lately, she was on lockdown this week’s Revenge, and her therapist suggested family therapy. I can’t even begin to picture the Graysons going through family therapy. Conrad (Henry Czerny) would probably show up with Lydia (Amber Valletta) since she’s obviously back in the picture, and Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) would call in back-up from the government agents investigating her ex-husband’s involvement in the terrorist attack.
Emily is haunted by the ghosts of New Year’s Eve past — and makes a shocking discovery. Just another party at the Grayson’s!
The May 9 episode of Revenge took us back to 2002, right when Amanda (Emily VanCamp) had started reading her father’s journals and discovered the truth. Emily was Amanda, Amanda was Emily, and everyone had really bad hair — except the real Emily, who is just blessed with great hair, whether it’s blonde or brown.
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.)
Enemies were made, secrets were exposed & someone died mysteriously — it was courtroom drama, ‘Revenge’ style!
Daniel’s (Josh Bowman) trial finally arrived on the April 25 episode of Revenge, and Declan (Connor Paolo) turned out to be the key witness after recanting his statement about the hooded figure on the beach. So Daniel’s lawyer suggested that Emily (Emily VanCamp) testify about why and how she fell in love with her fiancé in order to build an emotional case.
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.
But it’s not who you think! Plus, Emily might be totally losing her mind.
After last week’s intense engagement party, the Hamptons gang returned to their usual activities on the Feb. 29 episode of Revenge: Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) sipped some tea, Emily (Emily VanCamp) exposed a bunch of secrets, and Nolan (Gabriel Mann) lurked in every available shadow. Yes, everything was back to normal — minus the part where Daniel (Josh Bowman) was arrested for a murder he didn’t technically commit.
Elaborate clothes, shocking revelations and cold-blooded murder — just another party at the Graysons!
The Feb. 15 episode of Revenge promised “Chaos,” and oh boy, did it deliver. We finally arrived at Emily (Emily VanCamp) and Daniel’s (Josh Bowman) long-awaited engagement party — you know, the one from the pilot — but it turns out the events didn’t quite play out like we were led to believe they did.
Is nothing sacred? Someone will pay for using Emily’s beloved writing instrument!
Among other things, the Feb. 8 episode of Revenge solidified one fact: the Graysons should never eat as a family — ever again. During what I can only describe as the most intense meal I’ve ever witnessed, Daniel (Josh Bowman) learned about his mother’s affair, Charlotte (Christa B. Allen) learned about her true paternity, and Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) learned she’s not as tough as she thinks she is.
‘Revenge’ returned from hiatus with a bang! (Sorry, I should have had a ‘bad joke’ disclaimer on this one.)
Musical Chairs. Pin the Tail on the Donkey. These are normal games you might expect to see played at a birthday party — but not one on Revenge. No, the Jan. 4 episode of ABC’s soap-fest introduced us a brand-new game called “Truth or Die,” which requires one Tyler (Ashton Holmes), one gun, and absolutely no medication. Needless to say, the guests weren’t exactly in the mood for cake and ice cream by the end of the night.
A source close to Miley reveals that she loves to be single and is all about having flings!
Girls just want to have flings! If you were worried that Miley Cyrus was spiraling towards heartbreak with her latest rumored romance John Mayer, we’re relieved to report that sources say their relationship is nothing serious. According to a friend close to the Disney starlet, Miley isn’t looking for a long-term relationship, and wants to have fun being young!
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