Revenge (2011–2015)
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The Graysons return to the spotlight and the center of a media storm; Emily's past continues to haunt her as she gets closer to Aiden; Victoria makes a shocking public announcement.


J. Miller Tobin


Mike Kelley (created by), Gretchen J. Berg | 1 more credit »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Madeleine Stowe ... Victoria Grayson
Emily VanCamp ... Emily Thorne (as Emily Vancamp)
Gabriel Mann ... Nolan Ross
Henry Czerny ... Conrad Grayson
Ashley Madekwe ... Ashley Davenport
Nick Wechsler ... Jack Porter
Josh Bowman ... Daniel Grayson
Connor Paolo ... Declan Porter
Christa B. Allen ... Charlotte Grayson
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa ... Satoshi Takeda
Barry Sloane ... Aiden Mathis
James Morrison ... Gordon Murphy
Dilshad Vadsaria ... Padma Lahari
JR Bourne ... Kenny Ryan
Margarita Levieva ... Amanda Clarke


Daniel clearly doubts both his parents, despite accepting to be reunited in the beach estate, but soon accepts Emily's advice to pretend trusting his mother so as to restore trust and try beating her at her own game. Posing as police detective and more, Takeda's other protégé Aiden Mathis, who failed to save his sister, has a hard time regaining ex-lover Emily's trust. With Nolan's help, they earned the white-haired killer is Gordon Murphy and works for the mysterious Initiative, which probably also plotted against Emily's mother, her new obsession. Rich neighbor Kenny Ryan lets Declan off easy after breaking in with a boisterous mate to steal from his sports memorabilia to save the bar. Jack even refuses to cash Charlotte's baby store gift voucher and dumps Amanda once he knows she lied to him. The Grayson press conference to explain Victoria's survival and rejoining the family becomes a show of strength despite their deep divisions, now even Charlotte hates her stepmother. Written by KGF Vissers

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Aiden Mathis: I owe you an apology.
Emily Thorne: The only thing you owe me tonight is your absence.
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References The Horse Whisperer (1998) See more »


End Credits Theme
Composed by Fil Eisler
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User Reviews

big tangled mess, I'm just watching for Charlotte

Some very good ideas in the series as a whole, but the flow of the episodes... Undisciplined storytelling. One big convoluted mess. Why would these people stay together? I'm just glad Christa B. Allen is there to provide some interest for me. Learned that some people complain about her degenerating character further on in the series, well, don't know about that stuff yet, at least for now she is like a breath of fresh air when she appears.

Frank, Taylor, the white-haired Gordon Murphy, every three, four, five episodes they dump a baddie as an actor's lease runs out? They should have stayed with Frank. That character worked, the others just didn't.

Aw, they shouldn't have had that balding Asian thug in the story, he just doesn't fit in. This new bloke Aiden too, he is a late addition, a contrived character. Imagine, how can you watch Season One again knowing Emily has a selective memory? She didn't care about Mom then either, but now it's all about Mom. Jennifer Jason Leigh is a fine addition to the cast, but the character was barely mentioned in Season One.

Too many twists and turns and this tiger ends up gnawing at its own tale... (get it?)

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Release Date:

14 October 2012 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Long Island, New York, USA

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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