Set-Visit Video: Revenge Stars on Em's New Resolve, Nolan's Love Life and Daniel's Awakening - Plus: Jack and... Charlotte?!
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 …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Revenge: 5 Season 3 Spoilers, Including Nolan's 'Slutty' Turn, Victoria's 'Warped' Son and More!
As you probably already gleaned from our recent spate of Revenge coverage, the ABC soap promises to be leaner, less complicated and a whole lot revenge-ier in Season 3 (bowing Sunday, Sept. 29 at 9/8c). And if the following five Hamptons-tinged scooplets — courtesy of stars Gabriel Mann, Madeleine Stowe and Barry Sloane — are any indication, the show appears to be on the right track. READ MORE
Revenge Exclusive: Finale to Be [Spoiler]-centric! Plus: A First Look at Emily and Jack In Mourning
Now that The Amanda — and the Amanda — are gone, Revenge is embarking on a new journey (beginning Sunday, March 10), one that leads straight to another explosive finale. But TVLine has learned exclusively that unlike last year’s Emily-heavy season-ender, this one will focus on …READ MORE
Revenge Exclusive: 'Iconic' TV Actress Circling Role of Nolan's Mother
Mom’s the word on Season 2 of Revenge, what with both Emily and Victoria “reuniting” with their respective mothers on the ABC soap this fall. Might Nolan be the next Hampton-ite to come face-to-face with his maker? The character’s portrayer, Gabriel Mann, certainly hopes so. In fact, he’s already taken the liberty of jumpstarting the casting process! READ MORE
Revenge's Gabriel Mann on 'Major' Exit(s), Trust Issues and 'Unapologetic' Bisexual Love Triangle
Revenge‘s 2012 run comes to a close this Sunday (ABC, 9/8c), and in true Hamptons fashion, it’s going out with a bang — and possibly even a body!
Here, scene-stealer Gabriel Mann chats with TVLine about who’ll soon make an “unceremonious exit” from the addictive drama and what the return of …READ MORE
Revenge Exclusive: Meet Nolan's Mystery Man!
That noise you hear is the sound of a fresh skeleton rattling in Nolan’s closet.
Revenge has tapped Guiding Light alum E.J. Bonilla to play a man from Nolan’s (Gabriel Mann) past, TVLine has learned exclusively. READ MORE
Revenge Returns With a Blast from Emily's Past, a Lady Love for Nolan and One Big, Bad Mama
Revenge is back with a vengeance this fall.
“Dynamics have shifted [in Season 2],” Gabriel Mann teased during a Thursday afternoon visit to the ABC drama’s Manhattan Beach set. “Plots are coming fast and furious. It’s going to be utterly twisted and darker and deeper than even last year.”
But there’s also more fun ahead …READ MORE
Revenge Recap: Relive the Killer Fire & Ice Ball, Plus Scoop on What Follows that Big [Spoiler]!
[Warning: If you have yet to watch Wednesday's Revenge, avert your eyes now! Everyone else, read on...]
Now, that’s how you do a murder mystery.
Wednesday night’s Revenge finally brought viewers back to the Fire & Ice Ball, the fateful night that kicked off the addicting ABC series and seemingly found Daniel shot outside the party. But did the eldest Grayson offspring really meet his maker? And if so, who pulled the trigger? READ MORE
The 10 Most Underrated TV Performances of 2011
When you think back on the year’s standout small-screen performances, no doubt you’ll think of Madeleine Stowe’s turn as a hot, hot piece of ice on Revenge. You’ll recall the Jim Parsons/Mayim Bialik tag team on The Big Bang Theory. You’ll hail the cast of Modern Family (possibly, in particular, in the warp-speed Christmas episode).
But since the holidays are a time for reflection, why not take TVLine’s lead and consider a few performances that you might have overlooked the first time around? READ MORE & VIEW GALLERY
What TVLine Is Thankful For This TV Season: Sweet Revenge, the Very Good Sons and More!
One thing for a TV enthusiast to be thankful for is that on several nights of the week — we’re namely looking at you, Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday — there is simply too much good TV to watch. But what specifically about this season has TVLine tipping its invisible hat? READ THE EDITORS’ LIST