The aftermath of the engagement party murder dominated the last episode of Revenge. The Grayson family immediately hired a terrific (and expensive) lawyer to defend Daniel. Victoria also immediately cast suspicion on Amanda Clarke, suggesting that perhaps she would want to ruin the family by framing Daniel. Fortunately for Emily, Amanda is safely tucked away somewhere and won't be seen for a while. But the forensic evidence against Daniel is pretty solid and he was charged with murder. The judge even denied him bail because of the Graysons' resources and fears that he might flee.
We also learned the truth about what really happened that night on the beach: Nolan had been working with Takeda for months to help oversee Emily's plan and he made sure the security cameras at the party had been tampered with. Takeda was watching Tyler and Daniel arguing on the beach, but Daniel was the one who first shot Tyler (albeit with a non-lethal shot). That's when Takeda struck Daniel with a rock, knocked him out, and shot and killed Tyler. Later, he took Amanda to get rid of her and now Jack is both desperate to find her and eager to avoid getting embroiled in the whole murder drama.
Unfortunately, our wait for a new episode of Revenge has been a long one, and it's not over yet. The show will finally return with new episodes on April 18. The week before (April 11), ABC will be airing a clip show with highlights from the season so far. But the next new episode, titled "Doubt", will feature Daniel trying to make it through his days - and nights - in prison. Victoria's storyline will also heat up when James Purefoy drops by as an old friend with a lot of secrets...and a lot of chemistry with Victoria.
Watch a preview below for the April 18 return of Revenge. You can also browse through photos for the episode here.
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