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Revenge Season Finale: Did Emily Reach Her Goal? Who's Playing the Revenge Game Now?

Oh my God, Revenge!   The show that has consistently delivered twist after turn all season long just finished off its season finale with a bang...literally. Let's recap the milestones in the shocking season finale. Emily managed to "steal" the evidence against Conrad and his co-conspirators by telling Daniel that a white-haired man had broken into her house and swiped it.  Naturally, Daniel headed straight for Conrad, telling his father everything. Meanwhile, Emily attempted to get into the information herself, but found it locked tight.  What's a girl to do?  Call Nolan for help, of course!  But, as Emily soon discovered, Nolan had been kidnapped by the white-haired man (who I'm going to call WHM until I figure out his name, because I can't remember it right now).  Telling WHM over the phone that she was Amanda Clarke and that they had unfinished business, she agreed to a meeting. Read More... //

Revenge Season Finale: "Every Character Has a Cliffhanger"

"Cliffhangers for all" is the name of the game on tonight's much-hyped Revenge finale. Well, for those who make it out alive, that is. We already know that at least one person's journey will end tonight, but when one door closes, another one inevitably opens. And according to actor Gabriel Mann, some of those doors will lead into a whole new dark and twisted labyrinth. "Those new paths are infinitely darker and much more fun," he teased to The Insider. But not only that, tonight's loose ends... //

Revenge Season Finale Clips: Conrad Confronts Victoria & Ashley Stirs Up Trouble for Emily

Who's excited for the Revenge season finale tonight?  Time after time, this show has proven itself as a delicious guilty pleasure.  It's fun and dramatic and refuses to take itself seriously, but delivers an enjoyable episode each week.  The only question is how it will all end tonight.  Will Emily kill the man who killed her father?  She certainly has a serious run-in with him now that he's kidnapped Nolan ( watch clips ). Will Victoria succeed in taking down Conrad?  In previous episodes, she managed to find the evidence linking him to David Clarke's framing and handed it over to the SEC.  But Conrad is not about to go down easily.  In tonight's episode, he heads to the Hamptons, determined to take back the evidence and confront his ex-wife in the process.  But what he finds are Emily's bugs in Grayson Manor.  The good news for Emily is that the Graysons have no idea she's the one who has been listening in.  The bad news is that she's going to need to get some new ears into that house in order to keep an eye on them again.  Victoria also gets some very interesting news that she didn't know about before now. Read More... //

'Revenge' Season 1 finale: Emily VanCamp and Gabriel Mann drop a few clues

What will be the biggest punishment endured by the characters on "Revenge" after Wednesday's season finale?"I can only hope that some of us sort of learn our lessons and realize that treating people this way will ultimately lead to somebody dying," star Christa Allen tells Zap2It Sunday (May 20) at ABC's international upfront. She joined her fellow cast members on the red carpet as they celebrated the series' renewal and offered a whatever clues the could for the end of the first season."So many things happen, there's almost literally a cliffhanger for all of our characters," Gabriel Mann says, stressing that the final hour will demonstrate "the importance of picking up the phone when somebody calls."Added the show's lead, Emily VanCamp, "There's so many possibilities. You're wondering where these people are going to be. ... It's a really, moving episode. It's dramatic; it's an epic, solid revenge."ABC announced last week that "Revenge" would be returning... //

Revenge Season Finale “Reckoning” Episode 22

Revenge  season finale  "Reckoning" Episode 22  airs Wednesday May 23 2012 at 10pm on ABC. Synopsis:  With the end in sight , Emily fearlessly pushes forward, closing in on the final phases of her plan for revenge, while the Graysons continue their downward spiral into the rabbit hole of self-destruction. But a big, explosive event leaves much hanging in the balance, courses are altered and even more is left in question, on the Season Finale of "Revenge," WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. Read More... //  

Revenge Songs: Music From Season 1, Episode 21, "Grief"

A death stare is always more chilling when a good song accompanies it. Check out the songs that played on Revenge Season 1, Episode 21, "Grief," and download available tracks from iTunes! 1. "Brothers" by The War on Drugs Declan and schoolmate Jamie arrive at the Stowaway 2. "The World Unfolds" by Gabriel and the Hounds Nolan calls to report on the whereabouts of the White-Haired Man, Emily grabs her gun 3. "Slow Me Down" by The Hiders Declan and Jamie work on their project Source: ABC Music... //

Revenge Season Finale Sneak Peeks: Emily Goes to Great Lengths to Save Nolan

Emily delved deeper into her father's death in the penultimate episode of Revenge this week.  Determined to find the white haired man that killed her father, Emily got lucky when she was able to use Conrad to track him down.  But a surprise meeting with Daniel and Ashley about the wedding had her sending Nolan to find out where the man lived.  When Nolan interfered with Emily's plan to murder this man as retribution, she was initially furious, but soon understood his motives to protect her.  He did get lucky, however, when he was able to set up surveillance equipment in the man's house. Unfortunately, this man is far more clever than Nolan had given him credit for.  At the end of this week's episode, he kidnapped Nolan.  Emily will soon discover this when she heads to Nolan's Hamptons house, only to find him missing, with a mysterious note telling her to call his cell.  The man on the other end of the phone is her target and she's determined to take him down. Read More... //

TV ratings: 'American Idol' rises with Top 3, 'Criminal Minds' finale also up Wednesday

Fast National ratings for Wednesday, May 16, 2012"American Idol" scored its biggest audience in more than a month on Wednesday night, leading FOX to a sizable ratings win. The two-hour season finale of "Criminal Minds" also pulled in strong ratings for CBS.The news wasn't as good for ABC. Its comedy lineup was down from last week, with the finale of "Suburgatory" drawing some of its worst ratings of the season. "Modern Family" was down some too, and at 10 o'clock "Revenge" took a slight dip from last week.FOX easily led the night with 17.3 million viewers and a 10.3 rating/17 share in households. CBS was the best of the rest with 10.4 million viewers and a 6.5/11. ABC (6.6 million, 4.3/7) came in third, followed by NBC (4.5 million, 3.1/5). The CW drew 950,000 viewers and a 0.7/1.FOX also dominated the 18-49 demographic with a 4.8 rating, finishing way ahead of CBS' 2.7. ABC took... //

Revenge Spoiler: Will Emily Finally Choose Between Jack and Daniel?

As we dive into the final two episodes of Revenge's inaugural season, we're all wondering who Emily Thorne will choose: childhood sweetheart Jack Porter or husband-to-be Daniel Grayson. Although we'll get "a lot more clarity" about her feelings and intentions for these two suitors, actress Emily VanCamp warns us not to get too emotionally invested in either of Ms. Thorne's relationships. Right now, Emily has her heart set on someone else entirely: the white-haired man from the prison yard,... //

'Revenge' Season 2: Emily VanCamp and Madeleine Stowe move to Sunday with fewer repeats

"Revenge" is the kind of edge-of-your-seat, suspense-driven drama that doesn't lend itself to extended breaks. The first season was split up by several much-too-long hiatuses, giving an otherwise brilliant season some unfortunate pacing problems.Next year, ABC plans to air the show with fewer repeats. During his announcement of the Fall 2012 schedule on Tuesday morning, ABC TV president Paul Lee told the media that he intended to find a way to broadcast "Revenge" in a more continuous block next season. "The intention is to have 'Revenge' absolutely do 22 episodes," he says. First of all, he intends to stagger the fall premieres so that each show can get a strong promotional push, a technique typically used by cable networks. "So stagger your launches, make sure you have room to do it, make sure you can throw a network behind it and support it, and not have as much clutter on your own network as you... //