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"You're going to be a grandmother." If there is one sentence we're sure Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe) has never wanted to hear on Revenge, it's that one. Especially when it's coming from the eternal thorn in her side, Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp). Though Daniel (Josh Bowman) and Emily have yet to share their good news that they're expecting their first child with the Hamptons' ice queen, that all changes in Sunday's episode of the ABC hit sudser, and we've got an exclusive clip to share with you in which the couple breaks the news under less-than-ideal circumstances. Less-than-ideal being that Lydia Davis (Amber Valletta) is back with a vengeance! "Oh, Lydia. »
She and her husband Tim McGraw are setting the record straight with Et about tabloid rumors that their marriage was on the rocks and gave their views on having more children.
1. Born September 21, 1967 -- she was adopted as an infant and named Audrey Faith Perry. She searched out and met her biological mother in the early 1990s and remained in contact with her until her death.
Pics: Country Stars Go Glam at 2013 Cma Awards
2. At 16-years-old participated in a tobacco spitting contest in her home state of Mississippi in which contestants aimed for a strategically placed spittoon, with the winner getting the chance to take the stage. "They cleaned the stage off with towels, and then I went on," she recalled to People.
3. Made her small screen debut on the TV series Touched by Angel in 1997 and appeared in the 2004 movie The Stepford Wives.
Video: Tim & Faith on Having More Children
4. Was initially cast in the role »
Looks like Victoria and Emily have even more trouble on their hands!
An ocean of secrets was revealed on the Nov. 17 episode of Revenge. Jack (Nick Wechsler) made a heartfelt confession to Emily (Emily VanCamp), Charlotte (Christa B. Allen) got herself into some deep trouble — and someone returned from the dead!
It’s A Love Shack, Baby
The episode opened with a flashback to the summer of 2010, when Daniel (Joshua Bowman) and Sarah (Annabelle Stephenson) were very hot and heavy. Then, back in present day, we pretty much got the same thing. Daniel may be getting married to Emily, but he only has eyes for Sarah.
He even showed up to the farmer’s market looking super sexy to flirt with her. “I haven’t been able to get you out of my head since the Fourth of July,” he said. Sarah tried to play hard to get, but she »
- Avery Thompson
It's hard to be simultaneously the best and worst person ever, but no other person is quite like Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe), right?! Revenge's ice queen is known for her dirty little tricks and manipulative mind games and that's not changing anytime soon, according to this exclusive sneak peek from Sunday's all-new episode of the ABC hit. Though Victoria plays nice with Emily (Emily VanCamp) and throws a bridal shower, she can't help but mess with her daughter-in-law-to-be by inviting someone from Daniel's (Joshua Bowman) past. "Welcome darlings. I hope everything pleases you. No expense was spared to meet your all of your expectations, Emily, and all of your desires, »
Do you fear getting into a situation where your TV-loving partner/friend/relative asks, 'When's show X coming back?' and you're forced to admit you don't know, and as a result they disown you, leaving you a hollow shell of a person?
Well don't you worry, precious flower, because we at Tube Talk are here to bestow you with knowledge and help you avoid tragic telly faux-pas. This week we've got scoop on True Detective, Revenge and more...
I don't think I have ever been more excited for a TV show than True Detective - please tell me it has been picked up by a UK network?
It has! As part of its five-year deal securing all new HBO programming, Sky Atlantic will air True Detective in February 2014... mere weeks after its Us premiere on January 12.
We're chuffed, because Tony Barret is right to be excited - the eight-part series, »
Many complained that the second season of Revenge wasn't as compelling as the first and the ratings fell. Will the numbers continue to decline or will they rise? Will the show be cancelled or be renewed for a fourth season? Time will tell.
On Revenge, Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) continues her efforts to destroy the wealthy Grayson family. The rest of the cast includes Madeleine Stowe, Gabriel Mann, Henry Czerny, Nick Wechsler, Josh Bowman, Barry Sloane, Connor Paolo, and Christa B. Allen.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- typically around 11:30am Est/8:30am Pst. Refresh to see the latest.
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Plus, Emily officially becomes a sidekick to Nolan’s revenge agenda!
A New ‘Bizzy’ Bee
Conrad (Henry Czerny) needed to revamp the Grayson image and get himself back in the good graces of America, so he hired a sassy new PR lady to help. Bizzy Preston (Ana Ortiz) was locked, loaded and ready to fix the Grayson family. She wanted to throw a lavish 4th of July party and have Victoria and Emily do press together.
Spending time with Victoria didn’t suit Emily at all and she headed to Nolan’s (Gabriel Mann) to air her complaints about Bizzy’s plan. In a surprising twist, Nolan already knew Bizzy, and they didn’t exactly have the best relationship.
Apparently, Bizzy outed »
- Avery Thompson
Syfy’s latest made-for-tv movie designed as a backdoor pilot to kickstart a series is an adaptation of Terry Gilliam’s 12 Monkeys. The project has been labeled “cast contingent,” meaning that if suitable actors cannot be found for Cole and Goines—the roles originated by Bruce Willis and Brad Pitt, respectively—the production won’t move forward. But Deadline reports that half of that requirement has now been met: Aaron Stanford (Nikita, Pyro from the X-Men films) will step into the Willis role as the time-travelling Cole, while Suits' Amanda Schull will play Cassandra Railly, based on Madeleine Stowe »
Offscreen, Natalie Chaidez (In Plain Sight, Heroes) will serve as executive producer/showrunner. Jeffrey Reiner (Helix, Friday Night Lights) is set to direct the pilot in addition to serving as executive producer. Universal Cable Productions and Atlas Entertainment will produce.
The show is based on Terry Gilliam’s 1995 film Twelve Monkeys, in which a man living in a post-apocalyptic world travels back in time to determine and stop the source of a virus that will obliterate humankind. »
- Jennifer Arellano
Syfy has found the small screen proxies for Bruce Willis and Madeleine Stowe on its pilot version of "12 Monkeys." The cable network announced on Monday (November 4) that Aaron Stanford and Amanda Schull will topline the TV "12 Monkeys," which will begin production in Detroit in December. Stanford will play the Willis role of Cole, the haunted time traveler tasked with going back to prevent the outbreak of a deadly plague. The "X-Men" veteran has six more episodes of "Nikita," which will air on The CW starting later this month. He's the second "Nikita" star to land »
- Daniel Fienberg
Stanford plays Cole, a desperate and haunted man from the near future who travels to the present day to stop the deadly plague from being released upon the world.
Schull plays Cassandra Railly, a brilliant doctor forced to choose between her idyllic life or joining Cole's mission.
Source: The Live Feed »
- Garth Franklin
Stanford will play Cole, a time traveler from the near future who returns to the present day in hopes of stopping a lethal virus from being released and starting a worldwide plague. It's the role Bruce Willis played in the 1996 movie that forms the basis for the pilot.
Amanda Schull ("Suits," "Pretty Little Liars") has also joined the pilot's cast as Dr. Cassandra Railly, who gets pulled into Cole's mission. Madeleine Stowe played a similar part in the film. Syfy has also named Natalie Chaidez ("In Plain Sight," "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles") as executive producer and showrunner and hired Jeffrey Reiner ("Friday Night Lights") to direct the pilot (he'll also executive produce).
The monkeys are back! The monkeys are back! And this time they’ve got “Nikita’s” brainy Aaron Stanford and “Suits’” lawyerly Amanda Schull to lead the way. Yup, in case you haven’t heard, the Syfy channel is going to add a little syfy — er, I mean, sci-fi to their schedule, and will adapt the 1995 Terry Gilliam movie starring Bruce Willis, Madeleine Stowe, and Brad Pitt. Hey, I guess you can only have so many wrestling shows and reality TV shows about unattractive people hunting ghosts and UFOs and monsters before it gets a little ridiculous, right? (No worries, though, Syfy still has about 560 of those shows on the air, too.) Like the 1995 movie, the TV version of “12 Monkeys” will find Stanford playing Cole, “a desperate and haunted time traveler from the post-apocalyptic near future who appears in present day on a mission to locate and eradicate the source »
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!
This week’s promo had me worried about Emily’s Bff, Nolan. After she stopped by his house to find broken glass and a trashed house, she ran around trying to find him. She discovered him in the bathtub just relaxing after a wild night with Patrick (Justin Hartley). Whew!
Emily told Nolan to end his new relationship, but Nolan wasn’t quite ready to say goodbye. He’d finally found someone whom he thought understood his outcast nature and doesn’t want to give that up. Emily and Nolan don’t usually disagree, »
- Avery Thompson
Here comes the bride...and the Hampton's next victim?! The wedding three seasons and (a lifetime worth of revenge-ing) in the making is finally upon us, Revenge fans! In the season three premiere, Emily (Emily VanCamp) finally set a date for the two biggest events in her life: Her wedding to Daniel (Josh Bowman) and her final takedown of Victoria (Madeleine Stowe), the mother of the groom. (Of course, it could also be the date of her death as the season opened with Emily being shot in her dress.) And though Halloween is tomorrow in our world, Aug. 8 is right around the corner in the Hamptons, which means it's time for the big day and we've got your first look at Emily in her gorgeous gown with a truly »
It’s almost time for Emily to walk down the aisle — but will her nuptials turn out to be a red wedding? Browse pics of the bride and her guests!
Emily Thorne’s honeymoon will likely end in disaster — you may recall her getting shot during the flash-forward on the season premiere — but at least her wedding ceremony will be picture-perfect. Emily VanCamp and her cast mates were spotted filming the big Revenge wedding episode Oct. 29 in Los Angeles, and thanks to some sneaky photographers, we now have our first look at what a Grayson wedding is capable of.
‘Revenge’ Wedding: The Gown, The Guests & More
Emily has always been a fan of stunning garments – Revenge has one of the best wardrobes on TV, hands down — but her wedding dress might be her most memorable frock yet. That only makes its inevitable blood-soaking all the more tragic. That stain’s not coming out. »
- Andy Swift
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)!
Upon hearing that someone messed with Conrad’s brakes before his grisly car accident, Emily was dead set on finding out who did it. Aiden told her to take it easy, and that they would figure this out — but failed to mention he told Conrad that it was Jack (Nick Wechsler) that cut the brakes!
This next scene wasn’t one of any particular plot importance, but it had a shirtless Jack, and that’s all that matters. Margaux (Karine Vanasse) stopped by Jack’s place, and he stepped out sans shirt holding baby Carl. The »
- Avery Thompson
Plus, Emily’s plan takes a deadly turn and Aiden throws someone under the bus!
The third season of Revenge is undoubtedly the best season yet, and the Oct. 20 episode was no exception. Emily (Emily VanCamp) discovered Daniel’s (Joshua Bowman) true motives, Jack (Nick Wechsler) tried to get in on Emily’s revenge agenda and two people unexpectedly locked lips!
Another One Bites The Dust
After Conrad’s (Henry Czerny) horrendous car accident with Father Paul (James LeGros), I was anxiously awaiting their fate. Conrad was in pretty good condition, considering the fiery extent of the crash, but Father Paul didn’t fare so well. He succumbed to his injuries soon after he was taken to the hospital.
I guess Emily’s plan is going to have to be rerouted. (Rest in peace, Father Paul. You will not be missed.)
However, nothing is ever that simple on Revenge. Emily »
- Avery Thompson
The box sets of three American TV dramas are great for those of us who crave bawdy fun, while Blinkbox threatens to upstage Netflix
I've never cared for the term "guilty pleasure", which ascribes an odd moral burden to honest fun, but it's how most would describe three gleefully salacious Us television dramas, all with new box sets out tomorrow, and all ones I've devoured while sensing that I'm supposed to be cracking on with Breaking Bad.
Revenge (Disney, 15) may be the least fashionable good series on TV right now. Pacing primly at the corner of Dynasty and Desperate Housewives, it's a knowingly ludicrous Hamptons-set mystery swaddled in bales of white linen – all the better to show up the blood. The second season finds knife-lipped Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) continuing in her quest to bring down the billionaire family that in turn brought down her late father. (For baffled newcomers, »
- Guy Lodge
Odd List Ryan Lambie Simon Brew 17 Oct 2013 - 06:29
Here are 25 more great, unsung films - this time, from the year 1994...
Yes, 1994. The year cinemas were dominated by such whimsical wonders as The Lion King, Forrest Gump, The Mask and, erm, True Lies. It was also the year Gump dominated the Academy Awards, and Four Weddings And A Funeral loomed large at the Baftas.
As ever, there was so much more to the year's cinematic landscape than Tom Hanks' park bench ramblings or Hugh Grant mithering from beneath his gorgously crafted hair. To prove it, here's a list of 25 films that, in our estimation, are among its most underappreciated. There's much horror, drama, tears and laughter, plus a couple of classic documentaries, too.
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