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Finally, Victoria Grayson and David Clarke are getting the honeymoon they’ve been waiting for on Revenge. That is, if you define “honeymoon” by holing up in a cabin in the middle of nowhere because your man has killed your ex-husband. READ FULL STORY
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Things are getting prickly for Revenge‘s Emily and Victoria.
The key art for the show’s upcoming fourth season, which ABC released Friday, shows both women wearing thorny dresses, black for Emily and red for Victoria, with an ominous sky backing them. Suspicious looks in their eyes, it would appear the two are about to duke it out.
Then of course there’s the tagline for the season: “What goes around comes around.” Drama will
likely definitely ensue.
Revenge returns to ABC on Sunday, September 28 at 10/9 c.
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You may be asking yourself why Jack suddenly becomes friends with a cop (Client List’s Brian Hallisay) after finding himself on the wrong side of the law last season. That’s easy: Jack is actually putting on a badge. However, despite his new position, Charlotte has been unable to forgive him for his part in her kidnapping, which will put them at odds at the annual Memorial Day party. (Oh yes, the party is still happening, it’s just being hosted by someone else while Victoria is in the loony bin.) READ FULL STORY
Lisa Simpson is heading to the Hamptons.
Yeardley Smith, who voices The Simpsons’ eldest daughter, has landed a guest-starring role on Revenge, EW has confirmed.
Spoiler alert! That’s something we forgot to say to Revenge EP Sunil Nayar when he phoned in to Entertainment Weekly Radio today to accept his show’s Season Finale Award for Best Non-Romantic Cliffhanger and heard the list of nominees. Lucky for you, the clip below is all about his decision to have David Clarke be alive (and to stab Conrad Grayson), as well as the show’s second win in our fifth annual reader-voted awards, Most Disturbing Image. That, of course, would be Victoria’s “gift” to Emily — Aiden’s dead body sitting and waiting for her in front of the fireplace.
“To the credit of Barry [Sloane], who played the part, and to Ken Fink, who directed [the finale], and just the makeup department, it was so much more wonderfully creepy than I even thought it was gonna be,” Nayar says. “Even on the day we shot it, Barry just sitting there and the mouth kinda vaguely open, and how he managed to just stay committed to the moment while being dead was really remarkable. I love the image, and I thought Emily [VanCamp's] performance just seeing it was so tremendous. Her screams, and Victoria turning — it all turned out almost more wonderful and terrifying than we thought it could have been.”
The Revenge writers returned to work May 27, with David’s return and Emily’s reaction to Aiden’s death (she had Victoria, who’d figured out she’s Amanda Clarke, committed!), and more fun lies ahead. “One of the ideas was to reboot [the show], and one of the ideas was to really just kind of boot it in the ass, and I think we did both things really well,” Nayar says. READ FULL STORY
Yes, Perd Hapley of 'Parks and Rec' was on 'Revenge' last night: We chat with TV's hardest-working fake newscaster
Buried within Sunday’s crazypants Revenge finale was a glorious Easter egg for devoted TV watchers: a newscast delivered by none other than Perd Hapley, a.k.a. Pawnee, Indiana’s most beloved TV personality.
Well, sort of. Perd, of course, isn’t real — he’s played by Jay Jackson, who’s delivered fictional news reports on series including Scandal, Dexter, The Mentalist, The Closer, and Body of Proof, not to mention movies like Battleship and Fast Five. Look at Jackson’s IMDB page, in fact, and you’ll find that he’s played a reporter nearly every single time he’s appeared onscreen.
Why is that? Simple: Jay Jackson actually was a professional reporter for many years, with an impressive broadcast resume that includes stops at various local stations in Los Angeles and San Diego, as well as two prestigious Golden Mike awards. (He hasn’t, however, won an individual Emmy, despite what the Internet may have you believe: “I was part of a newscast that won a Best Newscast Emmy in 1997. Some reporters claim that as an Emmy win, but I don’t,” he explains to EW. “I think a promoter put that on a flyer some time ago and it’s just been going around.”)
How did Jackson go from real-life Ron Burgundy to fake newsman extraordinaire? EW called him to find out. READ FULL STORY
WARNING: This story contains spoilers from the season finale of Revenge. Proceed with caution, West Coast!
Fans of ABC’s twisted Hamptons drama-fest Revenge learned earlier this week that the show would be returning for a fourth season, and thank the TV Gods for that. Because after tonight’s season finale, which featured multiple deaths and one HUGE twist, we’re guessing there would have been a few not-so happy fans. “I was telling everyone, if we didn’t get picked up, that was going to be the ultimate act of revenge,” jokes exec producer Sunil Nayar, who called EW to break down the show’s boldest finale yet. READ FULL STORY
As season finale season kicks into high gear, ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY reached out to some of your favorite shows for some unconventional teases. Check out the latest installment of our Season Finale Survey below: READ FULL STORY
In the neverending chess match that is Victoria vs. Emily, Team Mama Grayson has pulled ahead. Last week, in Revenge‘s penultimate episode, she discovered that Charlotte and baby Carl aren’t related. But does Emily have something up her sleeve?
Of course she does. In this exclusive clip from season 3′s finale, Emily seems to be on the hunt for her next move when she’s stopped by — you guessed it — Victoria, making for a heated exchange in a graveyard.
The season finale of Revenge airs Sunday at 10 p.m. ET, and the show is slated to return in the fall – it was among several shows renewed for new seasons yesterday by the network.
Tim DeKay may wrangle one of TV’s best con men on USA’s White Collar but on ABC’s Revenge it seems it’s his turn to toe the moral lines.
On Sunday’s episode, DeKay guest stars as a shady man from Victoria’s past and as evident in this exclusive sneak peek, it’s a part of her past that she’d much rather forget. Check out the clip below. READ FULL STORY
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