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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.
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Summer in the Hamptons may be a beautiful time of year, but for Emily Thorne, it’s all about good old-fashioned revenge. After a chaotic and jumbled season two, ‘Revenge’ is finally back — and it’s never been better.
Revenge season three premiered Sept. 29, and completely blew me away. A fresh — hot — face appeared in the Hamptons, Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) teamed up with Emily (Emily VanCamp) and new alliances were formed. Now this is the Revenge I know and love!
The season premiere opened with our lovely Emily Thorne sipping champagne on a boat in her wedding dress. However, her married bliss is cut short when she is shot twice and falls into the ocean. All she said before was a teary “I’m sorry,” and then Boom!
Then we flashed back to the beginning of the summer, when Daniel (Joshua Bowman) and Emily were »
- Avery Thompson
“Twilight” beauty Ashley Greene gets down in dirty for Hollywood photographer Tylyer Shields. Greene is one of several celebrities who posed for Sheild’s first book “The Dirty Side of Glamour.” Among the celebrities joining Greene are Zachary Quinto in the shower and Connor Paolo punching Nick Wechsler. Francesca Eastwood chain-saws a $100,000 Birkin Bag, Emma Roberts flirts with dirty money and Francesca Eastwood falls off a bridge with Brett London looking on. [...] »
Oh, how we’ve missed our beautiful, backstabbing Hamptonites. ‘Revenge’ is just a few weeks away, and HollywoodLife.com has six juicy spoilers from the devilishly good season three premiere!
Summer may be almost over, but on Revenge, it’s just beginning. That means we’ve got tons of deception, takedowns and red Sharpie action coming from Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) and company. HollywoodLife.com got an early look at the Sept. 29 premiere, and we’ve got six major teases to hold you over until the madness really begins.
‘Revenge’ Season Premiere: 6 Spoilers From ‘Fear’
1. Within the first minute of the season opener, we flash forward to Emily’s wedding day — where she gets shot and falls into the water! By the end of the episode, several suspects emerge as potential trigger pullers.
- Avery Thompson
Conrad Grayson is even more determined to bring Jack Porter down. Revenge viewers will recall that in the season two finale, which aired on ABC in May, a bomb exploded on the top floor of Grayson Global -- at first appearing that Jack (Nick Wechsler) was inside. Photos: Behind the Scenes of 'Revenge': THR Goes on Set for Season 2 Turns out, he wasn't -- but his brother, Declan (Connor Paolo), was and later died from his injuries -- and, in fact, Conrad (Henry Czerny) knew about the bomb in advance. As seen in this deleted scene, which occurs after the bombing but
- Kimberly Nordyke
Gabriel Mann at ABC-tca Cocktail Party in Beverly Hills
Revenge‘s bisexual high tech multimillionaire Nolan Ross has been involved with both men and women during the ABC series’ first two seasons. But there’s definitely a camp of viewers (among them, readers of TheBacklot) who preferred his first season liaison with dastardly Tyler (Ashton Holmes) to his relationship with accounting underling Padma (Dilshad Vadsaria). Lovely as Padma was, many viewers were disappointed Nolan chose her over former lover Marco (Ej Bonilla).
Season 3 of the frothy prime time soap is not arriving on our televisions until September 29th, but we recently grabbed some time with actor Gabriel Mann (a.k.a. Nolan) and some of the Revenge creative team at the ABC Television Critics Association cocktail party. We wanted to find out which direction Nolan’s libido will be pointing this season as well as what’s in store for »
- Jim Halterman
Viewers, critics and ABC president Paul Lee all seem to agree that "Revenge" may have "stumbled" in Season 2, but in Season 3, Lee promises that fans can expect "a slightly less complicated" approach.
Apparently, that means streamlining some of the show's more convoluted relationships, including Emily Thorne's (Emily VanCamp) romantic entanglements with Daniel (Josh Bowman), Aiden (Barry Sloane) and Jack (Nick Wechsler). At the recent Television Critics Association summer press tour, VanCamp told TVLine that part of Season 3 will be spent "defining her relationship with these men, because it got very muddled. No one is going to love three men in the same way. We really needed to define: Who does Emily Thorne love?”
The answer is pretty clear to VanCamp: “There really is not the element of love between Emily and Daniel. It’s part of her plan. Jack and Aiden are her two great loves, for very different reasons. »
- Laura Prudom
The "Revenge" Season 3 premiere just got bigger. "The Bible" star Diogo Morgado, who played Jesus Christ in History Channel's hit miniseries, will appear as a doctor when the ABC drama returns, TVLine reports.
According to the site, Morgado will play Dr. Jorge Velez in "Revenge's" Season 3 premiere, which airs on Sun., Sept. 29.
Morgado is hardly the only "Revenge" newcomer: "Pan Am" alumna Karine Vanasse booked a multi-episode arc in Season 3 of "Revenge," Deadline reports. The French-Canadian actress will play Margaux, a French businesswoman who comes to town to start a magazine and has a past with Daniel (Josh Bowman), according to the site.
Last week, ABC announced that former "Smallville" favorite Justin Hartley joined "Revenge" as Victoria Grayson's (Madeleine Stowe) firstborn son. The actor, who recently starred on The CW's "Emily Owens, M.D.," will play Patrick, the long lost son that 16-year-old Victoria gave to a nun »
- Jaimie Etkin
"Revenge" has made a big casting decision for Season 3. Justin Hartley will play Patrick, the long-lost son that Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe) gave up for adoption as a teenager. Hartley will make his first appearance in the Season 3 premiere.
According to a report from E!Online, Hartley will appear as Patrick in multiple episodes of the upcoming season. His arrival should offset the abrupt losses of former regulars Ashley Madekwe (whose absence will presumably be explained at some point) and Connor Paolo (whose character, Declan, died).
In case you don't remember the saga of Patrick, he was the son Victoria gave up when she had a shot at art school in Paris. Since she was an essentially homeless teenager at the time, Victoria couldn't exactly take the baby with her. There were hints that Patrick had already found Victoria in the past but had been paid millions to stay away. »
E! News was the first to report that Justin Hartley -- who recently played medical intern Will Collins on The CW's departed "Emily Owens M.D." and who was Oliver Queen/Green Arrow on "Smallville" before Stephen Amell gave the character new life -- has been cast as Patrick, the long lost son that 16-year-old Victoria gave to a nun when he was only 6 months old so that she could attend art school in Paris.
An ABC spokesperson has confirmed Hartley's casting to The Huffington Post.
Patrick was technically introduced in "Revenge's" Season 2 finale in May when Victoria opened her front door and dropped her glass of red wine at the sight of Patrick (whose back was turned to the camera). "Revenge" fans, who previously only heard his voice say "Hello, Mother," will get to see him »
- Jaimie Etkin
Everyone’s been wondering who would be the face of Victoria’s long lost son. ‘Revenge’ fans, your answer is here — and yes, he is super hot.
Season three of Revenge is going to rock Victoria’s (Madeleine Stowe) world. Ever since the jaw-dropping finale, we’ve all be dying to know who would play her long-lost son, Patrick Harper, and it looks like CW hunk Justin Hartley is heading to the Hamptons in the fall!
The former Emily Owens M.D. star was cast in the coveted role of Victoria’s estranged son. He’ll first be seen on the season premiere, and will have a multi-episode arc, according to E! Online.
Meet Victoria’s Son, Patrick Harper
Here’s what we know about Patrick: Victoria had him when she was 16, and she gave him away to a nun so she could go to art school in Paris. (Nice.) She »
- Avery Thompson
Justin Hartley has been tapped to play a major role in the upcoming third season of ABC’s Revenge. The former Smallville and Emily Owens MD star will play Patrick, the long-lost son of Victoria (Madeline Stowe), in a multi-episode arc that was a hot one to nab around town. E! first reported the news. His addition is the latest most on the ABC soapy drama, which recently opted not to return Ashley Madekwe’s character Ashley to the cast for next season. It also said goodbye to Connor Paolo, whose character Declan Porter died in the Season 2 finale. The ABC Studios series also will have a new showrunner in Sunil Nayar, after Revenge creator/executive producer/showrunner Mike Kelley departed. Hartley’s repped by Innovative Artists. Raul Esparza is being bumped up to series regular on NBC’s Law & Order: Svu. He plays Assistant Da Rafael Barba on the Wolf Films/Univeral Television drama, »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Justin Harley has been cast on Revenge in a crucial role, and multi-episode arc, this fall.
We'll meet him in the Revenge Season 3 premiere as Patrick, Victoria's long lost son.
The Revenge Season 2 finale ended with a bang as Patrick appeared at the Graysons' door. We never saw his face, but the mere sight of him shocked Victoria to the point where her glass shattered on the floor.
Revenge fans don't know much about Patrick, but we do know Vicki gave birth to him at 16 and then gave him away to a nun when he was only six months old so that she could attend art school in Paris.
When Patrick started looking for Victoria, she handled it like you'd expect, paying him $5 million to disappear. Guess that didn't take, because after teasing us at length, the show dropped the bombshell in May.
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The Hamptons are undergoing some renovations this summer! Revenge will be returning this fall without three key players who have been with the ABC sudser since the beginning: Creator Mike Kelley will not be returning as showrunner, Connor Paolo's character Declan was killed off in the season two finale, and, most recently, it was announced that Ashley Madekwe would not be returning as a series regular. "It's the nature of a show like Revenge," fan favorite Gabriel Mann exclusively told E! News at the 2013 Monte Carlo TV Festival of the series' recent change-ups. But how did he learn of Madekwe's exit? And is it difficult to say goodbye to his castmembers? And could his beloved character »
No more Mr. Nice Bartender! When ‘Revenge’ returns this fall, Nick tells HollywoodLife.com to expect to see a very different side of Jack.
Revenge fans were stunned when Declan (Connor Paolo) was caught in the Initiative’s crosshairs and — spoiler alert — tragically killed on the show’s May 12 season finale. But no one was more stunned than Declan’s older brother, and according to Nick Wechsler, the loss will cause a major shift in Jack.
“I used to say that Jack isn’t really capable of doing anything immoral,” Nick told HollywoodLife.com on June 6 at the Atx Television Festival’s opening night carpet. “He might do things that are illegal, but nothing immoral. I feel like this is a great opportunity for that. I think he’s incorruptable, still, and he’s still going to be thoroughly good — except when it comes to the Graysons.”
Jack’s Future »
- Andy Swift
On the heels of creator Mike Kelley’s departure and Declan’s death, the red sharpie is out again — and this time, it’s crossing Ashley off the cast list!
There’s about as many plot twists on Revenge off-screen as there are on-screen! After two seasons of scheming her way around the Hamptons and among the Graysons as Ashley Davenport, actress Ashley Madekwe will not be returning in the fall for the series’ third season.
Season 3 Shake-Ups For ‘Revenge’
After creator Mike Kelley announced he was leaving the show in April and Connor Paolo’s Declan died in the season two finale, it didn’t seem likely we would lose another member of the show. But in true Revenge fashion, the show shocked us again when news broke on HollywoodLife.com‘s sister site TVLine that Ashley wouldn’t be returning.
The actress confirmed her departure May 31 on Twitter. »
- HL Intern
Revenge continues to make changes on camera and behind the scenes. The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that actress Ashley Madekwe is departing the series after being a regular for the first two seasons. She joins Connor Paolo, whose character was killed off in the sophomore finale, as the second cast member to leave amid big changes to the production team. Photos: THR Visits the Set of Revenge Creator and showrunner Mike Kelley and producing partner Melissa Loy left the series at the conclusion of the recent season. Executive producer Sunil Nayar is taking lead on the ABC soap, which drew
- Michael O'Connell
And the Hamptons loses another regular! Ashley Madekwe, who plays Emily's (Emily VanCamp) scheming Bff and Grayson family PR spokesperson Ashley Davenport, will not be returning for Revenge's third season, sources confirm to E! News. Madekwe is just the ABC sudser's latest exit: Connor Paolo's character Declan was killed off in the season two finale and creator Mike Kelley will not be returning in season three, with Sunil Nayar taking over showrunner duties. Deadline, who first reported the news of Madekwe's exit, says the actress' option was not picked up due to "storyline reasons." ABC had no comment on Madekwe's »
In its first season, Revenge was buzzy, buzzy, buzzy. In its second season, it was the opposite. The show imploded, ratings plummeted, and now, as it gears up for season three, the show's cutting some original cast members. First Connor Paolo's Declan got killed off in the finale, and now, according to Deadline, Ashley Madekwe's Ashley is getting the ax, too. It's not clear exactly how she'll be written off the show, but given how terrible the character is, it's hard to care. Good-bye, Ashley! »
- Margaret Lyons
How's this for a plot twist? After two seasons on Revenge, series star Ashley Madekwe is leaving ABC's primetime drama, the network confirms to Us Weekly. The actress -- who played Grayson family spokeswoman Ashley Davenport -- will make her final appearance in the first episode of Season 3. The 31-year-old British beauty isn't the only star who's leaving the show. Conor Paolo's character, Declan Porter, was killed off in the Season 2 finale. Show creator Mike Kelley will not be returning for more Revenge either, with [...] »
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