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Revenge could’ve easily signed off after the Season 3 finale. Everything seemed perfectly tied up. Emily had finally gotten her revenge. Girl deserved some time to relax and decompress after scheming for years.

This season of Revenge has been lackluster to say the least. But that all changed during last night’s mid-season finale. I definitely didn’t see that coming.

I’m not going to spoil it for those who haven’t seen it, but one of the stars is speaking about the shocking turn of events. Josh Bowman who plays Daniel Grayson chats with Entertainment Weekly about last night’s developments.

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Revenge Flips The Script For First Season 4 Promo

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After suffering the dreaded sophomore slump, Revenge returned to its revenge-y awesomeness for Season 3. Had the show ended last year, it would’ve been a fitting and satisfying end. Emily Thorne (Emily Van Camp) finally exacted vengeance on both Conrad and Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe). The former was incarcerated before being gunned down, with the latter was committed to a mental asylum.

With Emily finally succeeding with her plans, what’s in the cards for her for Season 4. Based on the first promo, it appears the show is flipping the script.

Victoria is shown narrating the promo detailing the turmoil Emily has caused to her life. Will she be the permanent narrator of the show or just simply for the promos. If the fourth season is all about Victoria getting revenge, should we expect Emily’s infamous red marker to make its way to Victoria’s hands?

Whatever producers decide, I can’t wait to find out when the ABC drama returns September 28, in its new Sunday timeslot at 10 p.m. ET/PT. Check out the promo below.

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ABC Renews Ten Shows For 2014-2015 Season

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ABC finally got in the renewal game Thursday night by announcing season orders to ten series. Not surprisingly, the alphabet network gave a fourth season order to Scandal. The political drama was one of only a few shows to experience year-to-year growth this season. Let’s just hope Shonda Rhimes can keep giving Gladiators the OMG twists they’re accustomed to.

Resurrection receiving a second season also wasn’t a surprise. The midseason drama made a huge splash with its premiere which garnered 13.3 million viewers and a 3.6 rating in the coveted 18-49 demo. Find out what other shows received good news below.

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New Drama Resurrects ABC’s Sunday Night Ratings

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It appears ABC has a winner on their hands. The series premiere of Resurrection attracted 13.3 million viewers and a 3.6 average rating among 18-49 adults. It’s the second-most watched drama debut this season after CBS’ Intelligence.

“ABC’s Resurrection opened as TV’s top-rated mid-season drama in 2 years – since 2/6/12. Overall in Total Viewers it was the 2013-14 season’s 2nd-most-watched drama debut, behind only CBS’ Intelligence coming out of NCIS (on 1/7/14). In addition, the new show generated ABC’s largest audience with a series in the time period since January 2010 and its highest Adult 18-49 number since January 2011 – since 1/10/10 and 1/9/11, respectively.” – ABC Press Release

The drama’s good fortune trickled to the network’s entire Sunday night lineup. Both Once Upon A Time and Revenge returned higher than their last original episodes. OUAT increased four tenths to 2.3 in the coveted 18-49 rating, while Revenge rose six tenths to 1.9. Did you watch Resurrection? Will you give it another sampling? Sound off below.


Woof and double woof. The addition of Justin Hartley (Patrick) is arguably one of the best things new showrunner Sunil Nayar has done this season. His scenes with Gabriel Mann (Nolan) are among the best, next to Madeleine Stowe (Victoria) and Emily VanCamp’s (Emily) icy interactions of course.

To promote Revenge‘s return from its winter hiatus, ABC released a slew of stills from upcoming episodes. While the show returns on March 9, these sexy snaps of Justin showing off his sweaty torso are from the March 16th one. Watch Hartley bringing his sexy back, front, arms, pecs… below. Poor Nolan doesn’t stand a chance resisting Patrick when he’s exploiting his manly wiles. I know I’d have a hard time (wink).

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For three years we’ve followed Emily Thorne’s attempts to take down the Graysons. While we’ve seen glimpses of Emily’s life before her revenge-y ways, not much has been revealed about her time after leaving juvy and before arriving in the Hamptons. This Fall, all her adventures during those years will be explained thanks to a partnership between Marvel Comics and ABC Studios. Coincidentally enough (or not) both are owned by the Walt Disney Company.

“The parts of the history we’re bursting to tell is the origin of the woman you see that shows up in the pilot, as differentiated from the girl who was thrown into (juvenile detention) when her dad was taken from her,” says Revenge executive producer Sunil Nayar.

Revenge: The Secret Origin of Emily Thorne takes place when the orphaned girl is 19-years-old. Fresh from training with her mentor, Takeda, she ventures out on her first mission in Switzerland. The graphic novel was written by Erica Schultz and Ted Sullivan, executive story editor on the ABC drama. Revenge: The Secret Origin of Emily Thorne hits bookshelves on September 3.

We’re going to the beginning where when things don’t fall into place, she has to think fast on her feet,” Schultz says. “And she doesn’t have the experience she has on the show, so there’s going to be more mistakes and fumbles.”

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Man Crush: Barry Sloane

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When it comes to hot men, it’s an embarrassment of riches for Revenge. From Josh Bowman to Nick Wechsler to Justin Hartley and everything in between, I’d be happy to conduct some revenge-y things with any of them. Hell, I’d even take Conrad Grayson (Henry Czerny) himself. Sometimes a seasoned veteran can be fun ;)

Since I’ve featured Bowman previously in my Man Crush series, I figured it was time to highlight Emily Thorne’s real love, Aiden aka Barry Sloane. His recent centerfold in UK Cosmo helped seal the deal. See the first picture below. WOOF.

The 32-year-old actor hails from Liverpool, England. Prior to landing his mysterious part on Revenge, Sloane mostly appeared in UK series. His film credits include Penthouse North co-starring Michael Keaton and Michelle Monaghan. He can next be seen in Darren Aronofsky’s biblical epic Noah, due out later this year. Barry is married to Katy O’Grady, a former contestant on Project Catwalk. The two have a daughter named Gracie Bluebell Sloane. Check out a few pics of Sloane in and out of clothing below.

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I knew it. I knew it. The second I saw Justin Hartley’s character, Patrick, interact with Nolan (Gabriel Mann), I sensed there was something else going on. Whether Patrick is a full-on homosexual or just a gay-for-pay drifter looking for his next con, I’m hoping Revenge writers put Hartley in more intimate predicaments. Perhaps more poolside scenes, taking a steamy shower, or just laying around in bed? I’m really not picky, as long as he’s barely wearing anything.

Props to Nolan for upgrading to this hot piece of ass after that unfortunate encounter with psychotic bisexual hooker Tyler in Season 1. Just in case you missed Patrick and Nolan’s kissing scene last night, check it out below.

As an aside: Is anyone else watching Revenge this season? After last year’s misstep with that whole Initiative debacle, the show has returned to what it does best. Giving us those wickedly cold interactions between Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) and Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe). I just can’t enough of those icy staredowns.

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