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Posted by Daniel Grayson on Jun 11, 2014 • Gallery0 Comments

I’ve uploaded 53 High Quality photos of Nick Wechsler posing for the ‘Revenge’ Photocall At The 54th Montecarlo Television Festival yesterday, June 10th, to the gallery. Check them out by clicking the thumbnails below:

Posted by Daniel Grayson on Jun 09, 2014 • Articles & Interviews0 Comments

If you still haven’t watched the Season 3 finale, you really should, but just in case you haven’t we’ve hidden the content of this post. Click on continue reading in order to see the scoop!

Posted by Daniel Grayson on Jun 09, 2014 • Articles & Interviews0 Comments

Revenge is adding a familiar face to its full-time cast, and, if you have yet to cue up the Season 3 finale on your DVR, you should head to another corner of TVLinenow.

Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that James Tupper — whose presumed-dead character, David Clarke, turned up alive, well and wielding a knife in last month’s closer — will return in Season 4 as a full-fledged series regular.

Tupper has recurred throughoutRevenge‘s three-year run, but his appearances have been confined to flashbacks (on account of his alter ego being dead and all). David’s surprising resurrection in the final moments of Season 3 — and his now-confirmed return in Season 4 — sets the stage for killer reunions with daughter Emily and ex-love Victoria.

“Victoria and Emily are both going to have to reckon with what they’ve done in his name over the last 20 years, and then they’ll have to reckon with, “Well, who is this man?” show runner Sunil Nayar recently teased to TVLine. “It’s fun because, for the first time, the audience knows something that none of the people on the show do. The audience knows what he did to Conrad, they know what a raw act of vengeance it was. So the David that’s eventually going to come back to town isn’t going to be the David that the people in the Hamptons know, but the viewers have seen him and know what he’s capable of. That’s a fun dynamic we’ve never gotten to play with before.”

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Posted by Daniel Grayson on Jun 07, 2014 • Gallery0 Comments

I’ve uploaded over 90 High Quality additional stills to the gallery from Season 2 that we were previously missing. Check them out by clicking on the thumbnails below:

Posted by Daniel Grayson on Jun 04, 2014 • Articles & Interviews0 Comments

Shawn: Josh Bowman has said that he wants off of Revenge, so can we expect to see Daniel in danger next season?
Nope! In fact, showrunner Sunil Nayar told us the show has never even “considered” offing Daniel. “We never talked about it,” he said. “I think when Josh was saying those things, it was in the middle of those episodes where he shot Emily and he didn’t really know which was his character was going to go, even though we talked about it.” What we can expect for Daniel in season four? “I just think he’s so layered and interesting and certainly we want to keep making him a little bit on the evil side, but I think there’s a lot to be examined in Daniel’s journey,” Nayar teased. “He’s going to lose a father, just like Emily did years ago, and that’s going to hit him in ways that will be surprising and unexpected. So we are never considered losing Josh and I am thrilled that he is staying on the show.” And there you have it!

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Posted by Daniel Grayson on May 14, 2014 • Articles & Interviews0 Comments

If you still haven’t watched the Season 3 finale, you really should, but just in case you haven’t we’ve hidden the content of this post. Click on continue reading in order to see the scoop!

Posted by Daniel Grayson on May 12, 2014 • Articles & Interviews0 Comments

If you still haven’t watched the Season 3 finale, you really should, but just in case you haven’t we’ve hidden the content of this post. Click on continue reading in order to see the scoop!

Posted by Daniel Grayson on May 11, 2014 • Articles & Interviews0 Comments

Show name/My name, title:Revenge/Sunil Nayar, Executive Producer

Airdate: May 11

Finale Title: “Execution”

One-word tease, presented in any language other than English: As Takeda would have said, “Totetsumonai”

Song I jammed to while writing the episode: Bobby Darin’s “Softly, As I Leave You” — you’ll see why…

Synopsis in 140 characters or less (yes, a Twitter tease): We’ll redefine pillow talk, one night stands, evening strolls, and the most shocking moment isn’t even the spectacular death of #ranoutofspace

Script tease (a line of dialogue from the episode): “Just because you think you know something doesn’t make it true.”

Location of the show’s most expensive scene: It’s a tie between an airport, a cemetery and a deserted mountain road.

Over-used finale descriptor that I honestly think applies to this episode: Game, set, and match changing

Watch it live! In fact, if you get our show to trend on Twitter during the finale on either coast, I will… (Circle one or create your own option E.)
A. Tease next season on Twitter after the West Coast airing.
This one — B. Choose a Twitter follower at random to name a character after them next season.
C. Post a snippet of dialogue that ended up on the cutting-room floor.
D. Follow 25 fans on Twitter.
E. ______________________________________________

Serious question: There’s been a lot of restructuring this season creatively, all of which has helped return the show to its season 1 feel. Does the finale set us up for another reboot next season? It does and in ways you can’t begin to imagine…

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Posted by Daniel Grayson on May 10, 2014 • Media0 Comments
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When we spoke before the season premiere, you said you were slowing things down. Did you accomplish what you set out to do?
Sunil Nayar:
 I think we really accomplished what we set out to do to the extent that as much as we slowed down, these last [batch] of episodes are a runaway train. We managed to take the all the things that happened in Season 2 and refocus them back on our characters and the end of the season will be really satisfying.

Victoria is thisclose to finding out Emily’s identity. How does the show proceed if she knows the truth?

Nayar: That’s exactly what we want the audience thinking about. Victoria is getting close and Emily is really close to Victoria, so there’s an element of cat-and-mouse that makes the show so exciting. So exactly what you asked is the point we’re racing towards at the end of the season. A lot of the stories we told, especially in the second half, have been getting to this point where we reenergize Emily’s focus on clearing Emily’s father’s name and taking the Graysons down. We really refocus on the fact that the Graysons are just bad people, wonderfully bad people, and we wanted to get back to the core of the show so that when we culminate at the end of the story, we not only pay off the second half of the season, but three seasons of the show for the audience.

Daniel (Josh Bowman) continues to become more and more manipulative and mean. Will he get any darker?
Nayar:
 Daniel is becoming so deliciously diabolical and what Josh is doing with the part is such a joy to watch. I think he goes darker, but he also shares a core value with his mother that he has a real love for family. We’ll also see his love for Charlotte (Christa B. Allen) deepen. Daniel, unlike so many other people, is a creation of the world around him and ultimately of Emily. What’s fascinating is that when they see the power he has, they only have themselves to blame. He can’t feel guilty that he is where he is because everybody is to blame for the person he’s become and he’s enjoying all the benefits that come from his mistakes.

Speaking of Charlotte, what’s the deal with Javier (Henri Esteve)?
Nayar:
 He’s definitely [on the show] for Charlotte’s sake, but he’s also there to help us actualize who Charlotte’s fidelities lie towards. We’ve only begun to explore his backstory; he’s got a rich history. He and Charlotte are great together, but we want to do much more with him.

What about Jack (Nick Wechsler) and Emily?

Nayar: One of the things really important to us was to reconnect Emily and Jack, and also start building the triangles. The first half of the season was Jack and Emily being apart and the second half was Jack realizing what that ultimatum did to his friend and we’re really enjoying them get closer again.

Have we seen the last of Stevie Grayson (Gail O’Grady) or Patrick (Justin Hartley)? 
Nayar:
 Until they’ve died, I can’t say it’s the last we’ve seen of them. Honestly it’s one of those things where they’re magnificent and as we talk Season 4, they’re two people we’re keeping in mind, but [with the] last three episodes, we just wanted to let the stories be told and have them in the wings waiting to come back, but refocus the show on the main people at hand.

Emily said that she was sobbing over a character’s death in finale.
Nayar:
 I was standing next to her when she was sobbing over that passing and I promise it will be surprising and impactful and alter the journey of all the characters on the show. All of our characters end at points that are wonderful cliff-hangers, but the last two scenes specifically are scenes that will —and I know people say this every year, but I’ve never felt more comfortable in saying — absolutely blow our audience’s minds both with the fact that these scenes are happening and what the implication of these scenes are.

Any teases for next season?
Nayar: Honestly, I can say it’s going to be a totally different show next season. The first word that pops into my head is a reincarnation of the show. We do so many things that our audience never thought we would and things our audience wouldn’t deem imaginable. And at the end of the day, we’ll have a spectacular season finale, but also leave the audience wondering properly and wonderfully where we’re going and those are things we can’t wait to figure out.

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