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Posted by Emily Thorne on Sep 29, 2013 • Articles & Interviews, Media0 Comments


“Sin” – Emily’s next target takes her into unchartered, sacred terrain, now that the former Grayson Global executive is a reformed clergyman. Victoria makes a bold move with Patrick, and Margaux presents Daniel with an intriguing proposal, on “Revenge,” SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6 (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.

“Revenge” stars Emily VanCamp as Emily Thorne, Madeleine Stowe as Victoria Grayson, Henry Czerny as Conrad Grayson, Josh Bowman as Daniel Grayson, Nick Wechsler as Jack Porter, Gabriel Mann as Nolan Ross, Christa B. Allen as Charlotte Clarke and Barry Sloane as Aiden Mathis.

Guest starring James LeGros as Father Paul Whitley, Karine Vanasse as Margaux LeMarchal, Justin Hartley as Patrick Osbourne, NY Post’s Richard Johnson as Himself and David Moses as Pastor Saunders

Posted by Daniel Grayson on Sep 29, 2013 • Articles & Interviews0 Comments

Team Emily-Nolan:
Our favorite duo isn’t wavering and, in fact, their friendship will be explored even further this season. “We’re bringing Emily and Nolan 100 percent back together,” Nayar says. “But by the same token, as much as they’re going to be sort of partners-in-crime, we’re going to start examining the dynamics of their relationship and friendship going forward. They challenge each other in ways we haven’t seen before.”

A (strangely) happy Victoria
Upon seeing the closeness between Victoria and Patrick, viewers might think their relationship seems a little creepy — at least we did. Nayar explains it wasn’t really meant to come off that way. “I think what maybe makes it feel a little bit creepy is that you’ve never seen Victoria this open and happy with anybody and it creates an intimacy that is almost disconcerting,” he says. “There’s a vulnerability that brings with it a greater intimacy than we’ve ever seen because she trusts him and he trusts her.”

Angry Jack
Last season began with a disheveled Jack that had hit rock bottom, but this one depicts Jack justifiably furious. (You didn’t think the Emily revelation would lead him straight into her arms, did you?) “His goal is to understand who this girl is that has lied for him for two years,” Nayar says. “So even though there is an anger, there’s also an undercurrent of his connection to her and memories of who she used to be. He has to reconcile who Emily is going to be in his life, but he also feels the need to move on and find himself a happiness that he feels he deserves.”

We can also expect a more take-charge Jack. “Last season it was all outside forces taking over what his life was and it ended up with him suffering loss after loss,” Nayar says. “So he has a new attitude this year, which is, ‘I’m the master of my domain and I’m going to control my destiny.'”

Daniel and Emily back together again
But is their love for real? Or are they playing each other? “We understand Emily is with Daniel as a means to an end … There’s going to be a constant question of: “What really is their connection to each other?'” Nayar says. “What’s great about Daniel this year is that he also begins to take control of his own destiny. We saw him last season  be pulled by the forces of what Conrad wanted, what Emily wanted, what the company wanted. Daniel is very much going to make himself his own man, and, in doing so, Emily is surprised by it and doesn’t expect it. There are moments coming up where you definitely get a sense that there’s a fire [between them].”

A softer side of Conrad
It seems impossible, but the Grayson patriarch may actually back down a bit. “You’ll see Conrad go on a little journey of self-examination this season,” Nayar says. “We’re going to see a little more introspection in him and a little more of his vulnerability just as we’re seeing Victoria’s vulnerability when it comes to her children. We wanted to get a sense of the Graysons as a family again.”

The red Sharpie returns
Finally, the show’s signature prop is back with regularity, although Nayar warns it won’t be there every week. “In the first 10 episodes, we have more than one takedown, but we also examine what those takedowns mean for Emily, for the people being taken down and for the people now in the know,” Nayar says. “There are three people who know what Emily is doing. So, when someone gets taken down, Aidan knows why, Nolan knows why and Jack knows why. Because they’re three such distinct people, their attitudes about how they feel are all going to start informing Emily about how she’s going about her mission and what the repercussions of it are.”


Posted by Daniel Grayson on Sep 29, 2013 • Articles & Interviews, Media0 Comments

On Jack and Emily’s reunion:
The new season picks up six months after the events of last season. And during the time we missed, Jack went on a long trip far away from Montauk and all the ghosts that lurk there. But when we return, so does Jack and “we do get to see the moment where they first see each other after he’s learned who she truly is,” VanCamp promises. “It’s a really intense, awful moment between them because he has so much anger — and rightfully so,” she says. “And I think you know in her wildest dreams she’d love for him to understand and is trying to make him understand but you can’t make someone as pure as Jack understand this kind of anger and sadness that she has inside of her that’s fueling this whole plan.” The confrontation, she says, sets the stage for their dynamic the rest of the season. “It’s going to be a really intense ride for those two and kind of a sad one, really.”

On Nolan:
Nolan (Gabriel Mann) is out of prison as the season picks up and this character, too, receives a bit of a reset, with help of course from Emily. “You know they have so much love for each other, those two. They’re siblings in many ways,” VanCamp says. “He’s always going to go back to her, she’s always going to go back to him. It’s just a partnership. They’re teammates. And I just love the dynamic between them. It’s a really solid dynamic and it’ll be maybe a little lighter this season.” How light exactly? “Emily Thorne cracks a joke one time,” VanCamp reports excitedly. “Can you believe it? But it’s not really played like a joke because she would never really play it like a joke. But you know, funny little quirky moments that are really interesting to see.”

On Ashley’s departure:
As reported in late May, Ashley will not be part of this season. But you will see her in the first episode — and not in a body bag! “Ashley gets an epic send-off worthy of both the character and the actress,” says Nayar, who is marking his first year as showrunner. “And I think it’s wonderful.” He explains that not killing off the character, played by Ashley Madekwe, was part of the show’s goal to “avoid the body count this year.” “Last year, that was part of the dramatic thrust of the season, but we feel like there’s so many great people among [the cast] that to kill them, there’s an element of finality to it that we don’t want to embrace because we want all of these wonderful characters to come back,” he says.

Conrad’s health problems?
As shown in the trailer for the new season, Conrad is not doing well health-wise. Nayar teases, “I think you’re going to see, he’s been governor for six months, and he’s a fabulous governor. But he’s kind of been working under the pressures of the job and the pressures of coming home. And I think in that really wonderful way that the Hamptons affects a human being, you’ll see the toll his homecoming takes on him, absolutely, in the season premiere.” But be warned: There’s a twist on this arc.

On Charlotte’s pregnancy:
“You’re going to find out how the pregnancy plays out and you’re going to see, really, what it does to Charlotte’s character,” Nayar teases. And it happens quickly. “Having gotten pregnant, having lost the father of her baby, the journey we’ve taken her on in the last months are going to kind of transform her from the young girl we’ve known into the woman you’re going to get to know,” he says.

On who shoots Emily:
The cast may not have known at the beginning of the season who shot Emily, but have things changed? We spoke to VanCamp Friday on EW Radio, Sirius XM 105, and got an update.


Posted by Daniel Grayson on Sep 28, 2013 • Articles & Interviews, Media0 Comments

Ready those red Sharpies: Emily Thorne and the rest of your Revenge faves are back in all of their vengeance-seeking glory this Sunday (9/8c)!
TVLine hit the set of the addictive ABC drama to get the goods on what’s in store for the Hamptons elite in Season 3. What Emily VanCamp, Gabriel Mann, Nick Wechsler and Josh Bowman had to say might surprise you…. and not in an unsavory, the-Initiative-really-never-existed sorta way.
For starters, Ems is back in full revengenda mode, with the Graysons still her main target. Her plotting, however, will eventually hit a snag when, VanCamp shares, “Some of our main players really [begin] questioning her” actions — her typically out-of-the-loop fiance Daniel included.


Posted by Daniel Grayson on Sep 27, 2013 • Articles & Interviews0 Comments

Jenny: So excited for Revenge’s return after your story about the premiere! Can you give me any spoilers for the rest of the season?
Around episode eight, Victoria is going to dig up someone from Emily’s past and bring him to the Hamptons. And it’s most definitely not just for the sake of a reunion. Plus, [spoiler] is getting blackmailed!


Posted by Daniel Grayson on Sep 26, 2013 • Articles & Interviews0 Comments

Ugly Betty alumna Ana Ortiz is exacting Revenge on former employer ABC.
The actress, currently starring on the recently renewed Lifetime sudser Devious Maids, has booked a Season 3 guest stint on ABC’s Sunday drama, TVLine has confirmed.
She will play the role of Bizzy Preston, a confident, fearless public relations specialist who’s brought in by Conrad to do damage control for the Graysons.
As of now Ortiz is booked for one episode.


Posted by Emily Thorne on Sep 25, 2013 • Site1 comment

As you can see we’re sporting a brand new look, created by one of our very own Hamptonites, Nicole from Nowhereland 9 Designs and this year we decided to go with something to set the tone for another summer in the Hamptons.

It also has a stunning matching gallery theme to go with it which also sports the chess board approach. As more players become taken out of play the chessboard seems ever more appropriate, don’t you think?

Posted by Emily Thorne on Sep 23, 2013 • Gallery, Press Release0 Comments

I have a Confession to make:

I have new stills for you from the third episode, which as you can tell are part of that magical scene from the insane extended trailer where Victoria and Aiden arrive on the scene for all to see. Everyone’s in attendance at Nolan’s housewarming party but will these guests be the crashers, or will something else dampen the party? You’ll just have to wait and find out.

Welcome home, Nolan.


“Confession” – With a new lease on life, Nolan throws a housewarming party worthy of The Hampton’s elite, but an unexpected guest leads to a showdown that sends shockwaves through the community, while Conrad’s mortality causes him to question his sins, on “Revenge,” SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13 (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.

“Revenge” stars Emily VanCamp as Emily Thorne, Madeleine Stowe as Victoria Grayson, Henry Czerny as Conrad Grayson, Josh Bowman as Daniel Grayson, Nick Wechsler as Jack Porter, Gabriel Mann as Nolan Ross, Christa B. Allen as Charlotte Clarke and Barry Sloane as Aiden Mathis.

Guest starring James LeGros as Father Paul Whitley, Karine Vanasse as Margaux LeMarchal, and Justin Hartley as Patrick Osbourne.

Posted by Emily Thorne on Sep 21, 2013 • Gallery, Press Release0 Comments

Now that the Revenging ball is on a roll again ABC is treating us to the stills for the second episode of the season, titled Sin. From the look of the photos I think I can safely say the cause of this evening is none other than the Queen herself.

Emily’s next target takes her into unchartered, sacred terrain, now that the former Grayson Global executive is a reformed clergyman. Victoria makes a bold move with Patrick, and Margaux presents Daniel with an intriguing proposal, on “Revenge,” SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6 (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.

Posted by Emily Thorne on Sep 18, 2013 • Articles & Interviews0 Comments

Video Link

If you thought you were ready, you were wrong.

Are you ready for more “Revenge”?

Before the Season 3 premiere of ABC’s “Revenge”-tastic drama (Sun., Sept. 29 at 9 p.m. ET), we’ve got an exclusive video, above, to help refresh your memory about where we left off — the death, the drama, the big reveals — and also some new footage teasing what’s next in Season 3.

As the voiceover says, Emily Thorne is “the sexiest, baddest and revenge-iest thing to hit the Hamptons, and she’s got a big score to settle” — and a few men to juggle while doing it. Described as “the juiciest love rhombus,” the video recaps Emily’s (Emily VanCamp) men and the selling points for Daniel Grayson (Josh Bowman), Jack Porter (Nick Wechsler) and Aiden Mathis (Barry Sloane) with two minutes and 40 seconds of pure awesome catch-up — and the remaining minute and 23 seconds is all new footage from Season 3.

“Revenge returns with a final ultimatum. Friends will turn, enemies will fall and new threats will rise.” There’s the much buzzed-about scene of Emily getting shot on a yacht while wearing a wedding dress (who is she marrying?!), but there’s so much more. Emily plotting with Nolan to “have the wedding of the century” and “take down Victoria once and for all”; Daniel getting seduced; Victoria teaming with Aiden and saying amazingly villainous things like “Together we’re going to destroy that little bitch”; and Nolan asking what we all want to know: Who’s next to get that red sharpie?