“Disclosure” – Emily confronts former friends and a lifelong enemy in a desperate search for Victoria, while the fallen Queen of the Hamptons finds herself at the mercy of her own darkest secret, on “Revenge,” SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
What’s that saying, “Hell hath no fury like a Hamptons Ice Queen beaten with a shovel and involuntarily checked into a mental hospital?”
All we know is that Emily might want to watch her back as Revenge‘s fourth season gets underway, because in the following exclusive trailer, Victoria sounds like she’s out for blood.
While the sometime Mrs. Grayson narrates, the video recaps the history of Em’s presence in the Hamptons, from meeting Victoria at the art auction on the boat (hi, Ashley!) to the infamous helicopter incident of 2014 (duck, Pascal!) and more. (If the video seems familiar, it’s because it’s an extended version of one released in August.)
Then, we get fleeting glimpses of what’s in store when the ABC drama returns on Sunday, Sept. 28 (10/9c), and the action seems to include — among other visuals — Nolan being carried around like a god, Charlotte about to leap off a building and an unconscious Emily about to burn to death.
I’ve uploaded 1 High Quality poster for Season 4 to the gallery as well as the corresponding textless version. Check them out by clicking the thumbnails below:
I’ve uploaded 9 additional High Quality outtakes from the promotional photoshoot for Season 3. Check them out by clicking on the thumbnails below:
I’ve got 47 HQ stills from the premiere now in the gallery:
EVERYONE’S WORLD WILL TURN UPSIDE DOWN WHEN DAVID CLARKE RETURNS TO SOUTHAMPTON, ON THE SEASON PREMIERE OF ABC’S “REVENGE,” SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
“Renaissance” – As Emily plans to host her most surprising party ever, Victoria finds a way to turn her greatest setback into a dangerous advantage. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to them both, David Clarke plans his next move, on the Season 4 Premiere of “Revenge,” SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
Beth: I’ll take anything you’ve got on Revenge!
Another death will rock the Hamptons! While fans of all the series regulars can breathe a sigh of relief, a pretty important figure in the Hamptons (who had ties to Conrad) will bite the dust…leading to a whole lot of speculation surrounding the mysterious circumstances surrounding his (yes, it’s a male character that dies) death.
Step aside, Emily Thorne; there’s a new Revenge-r in town.
ABC on Friday unveiled the key art for Revenge‘s upcoming fourth season, which finds the soap’s reigning queens turning the Hamptons into their own personal battleground.
And considering the season’s tagline (“What goes around comes around”), we’re not sure which woman should be more afraid!
Check out the full-sized image, then drop a comment with your hopes for Season 4.
Revenge is dropping its flash-forward gimmick in Season 4 and adopting “a whole new attitude” — beginning with Victoria — showrunner Sunil Nayar tells TVLine. “You’re going to find her in a very new state of mind…. There’s almost a calm about her.” That said, she’s still focused on taking down Emily, who’s “trying to move past what’s happened to her,” including Aiden’s death and the supposed completion of her original revenge mission. “Dead” David’s return will certainly rock her world, though the show will “roll him out pretty slowly” so the audience can savor everyone’s “different, wonderful” reactions. His dynamic with Emily, specifically, is “not what you’re going to be expecting.” Meanwhile, the dead girl left in Daniel’s bed at the end of Season 3 “will lead to a significant change” in the Hamptons’ golden boy. (The fate of his father, by the way, will be confirmed “in the first couple minutes” of the season premiere.) As for Nolan? We’ve got two words: Boat. Party.
BONUS SPOILER | Prepare yourselves for Jack 2.0. “The audience will be knocked out by what he has done between seasons,” Nayar says.
RETURN DATE | Sunday, Sept. 28 at 10/9c (ABC)
Got anything on Revenge? — Ciara
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.)
Continuing with our wonderful interview with Ted, here’s part 2 of the Q&A!
North asks: could you walk us through the writing process for one of your past episodes? How much lee-way do you have in choosing which characters should interact or in what they should say to each other?
Ted: Since this is a highly serialized show, we all work very closely with each other, especially with the writer in front of you and behind you in the order. When I wrote for “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” we never had to worry about that. Every episode was basically an island unto itself. That show was meant to be watched out of order. But “Revenge” is the antithesis of that. So teamwork is key.
That said, Sunil wants the writer to take ownership of the episode. So, we all come to the whiteboard with ideas, pitches and suggestions to make our episode come alive. Sometimes you make pitches for using people like Mason or Lydia, and that is always dependent on their availability.
Other times you make pitches for a takedown. My last one in season 3 was a takedown that I wanted to do very badly (episode 319). It was a twist on the traditional takedowns. Emily got her win. But it had the unexpected repercussion of revealing her actions to Victoria. So, that was fun to write.
Once the story gets broken, you have the fun task of casting the guest stars. For me, that’s one of the most exciting parts of being on a show as big and successful as “Revenge.” The types of guest stars our casting director Lisa Soltau pulls in are simply awesome. In the takedown episode I mentioned above, Lisa got us Tim Dekay from “White Collar.” I’m a huge fan of his and was not disappointed when he arrived to the set. He’s awesome and just knocked it out of the park.
But it’s like that all the time on “Revenge.” JR Bourne from “Teen Wolf.” Michael Trucco from “Battlestar Galactica.” Justin Hartley from “Smallville.” Joaquim de Almeida from “Clear and Present danger.” James le Gros from “Living in Oblivion.” These are all people I dreamed of working with and actually got to. That’s one of the best things about the job.
For more of the Q&A, click on Continue Reading. Spoiler Warning for the end of Season 3.