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After four seasons, 88 episodes and more deaths — both real and faked — than you could tally with even the inkiest of red Sharpies, ABC’s Revenge reached its conclusion Sunday. And just as the finale’s ominous title (“Two Graves”) suggested, not every Hamptonite survived the fateful hour.

Let’s cut to the chase: The “two graves” in question ended up going to Victoria and David. (No, for real this time. They’re both actually dead. Forever.) After being shot by David at LeMarchal HQ, Vicky had just enough energy to snatch Amanda’s gun and fire back at her.

Fortunately, Amanda survived her final encounter with the Wicked Witch of Westhampton — and she made good use of her new lease on life, after a bit of a time jump, by becoming Mrs. Jack Porter! And they even got a new Sammy! (Pardon my excitement, but some announcements demand exclamation points.)

Of course, there’s no way Revenge could leave us without at least one unanswered question: Was Amanda given Victoria’s heart in order to survive? A flashback scene found Charlotte insisting that the doctors not tell Amanda “who” provided the vital organ, but the revelation was followed by Amanda waking up — rather suddenly — on Jack’s boat. So… was it all a dream?

Let’s hit the “rewind” button to discuss what we know definitely wasn’t a dream:

Revenge Victoria DeadDING, DONG! | In what might be the darkest Mother’s Day twist of all time, Victoria revealed that her mom — or as she affectionally calls her “a cruel, loathsome bitch who deserves to burn in hell” — was the body found in the Grayson Manor wreckage. Why would she do that to her own flesh and blood, you ask? Well, it might have something to do with the fact that she tricked Victoria into sleeping with her own father, which was almost as big a surprise as Victoria attending her own funeral… in literally no disguise whatsoever. Seriously, look at that get-up! Like, not even a pair of sunglasses? Come on, Vicky.

NOLAN’S OPEN ENDING | I figured White Gold would be taken down in the finale, but I never expected Nolan to be the man of action. I guess I forgot, as Nolan mentioned, that he’d been trained by one hell of a sensei. And although he didn’t find true happiness of his own in the finale, he did receive a surprise visit in the episode’s final moments — a potential investigative opportunity, courtesy (apparently) of Amanda:

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This prompted some fans on Twitter to question whether Nolan might be getting his own continuation series. (Spoiler alert: He’s not. Also, ABC passed on Kingmakers., which was believed by many to be a faux-spinoff.)

MR. AMANDA CLARKE | The finale was a mixed bag for Jack; sure, he finally — and I mean finally!!! — hooked up with Amanda, but after going out to pick up breakfast, he returned to find none other than White Gold waiting for him (a cautionary tale for ordering food online, if ever there was one.) Fortunately, he survived his encounter with Courtney Love, and even managed to snag David’s blessing to marry his daughter! (I’ll refrain from asking how Jack and Emily went from not-even-dating to suddenly getting engaged, but only because I’ve been waiting so damn long for this to happen.)

Revenge David DiesR.I.PAPA | As I mentioned earlier, David eventually joined (the original) Sammy in Revenge heaven, but not before assuring Amanda that his life’s mission was “complete” and that he loved her “infinity times…” well, that’s all he managed to get out before he croaked. Fortunately, sources reveal exclusively to TVLine that David would have finished that sentence with “…infinity.”

Revenge fans, your thoughts on the sudser’s last hurrah? Grade the finale below, then drop a comment with any of your lingering questions. (We’ll be speaking with Madeleine Stowe and showrunner Sunil Nayar on Monday!)


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'Revenge' series finale recap: 'Two Graves'

“Before you embark on a journey of revenge, build two graves.” —Confucius (504 B.C.)

Revenge‘s pilot, which aired in 2011, opened with this ominous quote indicating that its The Count of Monte Cristo-inspired tale was serious. It wasn’t merely concerned with delivering soapy plot twists and schadenfreude amusement from Emily Thorne’s takedowns of the One Percent. It was interested the consequences of Emily’s revengenda: What would be the costs of her quest? Once it was over, would there be anything left of Amanda Clarke in her to go back to? Emily’s life wasn’t just at stake, her soul was, too. Throughout its fourth season, this theme was brought into sharper relief as more of the characters found out her real identity and the show neared its finish line.

As the title suggests, the series finale revisits the above quote. Wasting no time diving into the state of Emily’s soul, “Two Graves” opens with a flashback—the first of many—to little Amanda Clarke practicing her double infinities as grown up Emily waxes poetic about how the delineation of good and evil becomes blurred when life becomes more complicated and you have to rationalize crossing it. David joins little Amanda on the steps and tells her that people aren’t born bad; it is their actions that make them bad. Unaware of what’s to come—his arrest—David promises that should his little girl ever stray off the path of good, he’ll be there to steer her back on. It’s terribly on the nose, but this is classic Revenge, so we’re not complaining.

Jumping forward to the present, a detective passing Emily’s cell informs her of Ben’s passing, thus making him the latest casualty in her four-season-long war against Victoria. It’s time to get back into the game and to initiate a plan she and Nolan formulated should one of them ever be incarcerated again. After confessing in court to murdering Victoria, Emily is transferred to a maximum security prison—one for which she and Nolan have an escape plan.

Following the “horrific” events in Mary Gaines’ home, Victoria returns to the city to meet up with Margaux, who has prepared for her a new identity and safe passage to France on a private airline. News of Emily’s in-court confession reaches Margaux and Victoria’s ears. The conversation eventually turns to the complicated relationship between mothers and daughters, and it is here that Victoria reveals she used her mother’s corpse in the fire.

In another flashback, we see that Victoria paid her ailing mother a visit in the hospital shortly after Emily’s interview. Victoria’s mother, Marion Harper, a.k.a Mary Gaines, is more wicked than her daughter. She explains that she changed her name just to hide from her daughter. Victoria demands to know who her father, and her mother cruelly tells her that it was her fiancée, the one with whom Marion found Victoria in bed. This entire scene is by far one of Revenge‘s more ridiculous plot twists. It’s unnecessary to the plot and merely serves a thematic purpose. We’re meant to see that Victoria, unlike Emily, never had a parent, or anyone for that matter, who cared enough to save her from her path of darkness. Did Revenge need to introduce incest into the equation to drive this point home? No. However, it is with this tortured history with her own mother that Victoria promises to go to her grave before letting anyone hurt her children again after hearing about Emily’s in-court confession.

With ease, Emily escapes from prison. This news quickly reaches Margaux, who is horrified after she finds out that Victoria attended her own funeral to see her children one last time. Sadly, neither Charlotte nor Patrick was in attendance. (Real talk: She just wanted to attend her own funeral because who wouldn’t want to do that). Moved by Louise’s heartfelt words and grief, Victoria decides to tell Louise that she’s alive. “Hello, Poppet,” she says to a stunned Louise, thus revealing her secret love of the Pirates of the Caribbean films.

Meanwhile, Jack and a newly freed Emily head to New Jersey to search Mary Gaines’ home. They find evidence that Victoria was there and Ben was killed there. News of Emily’s escape is already out, so Nolan commands them to stay put to avoid capture. It doesn’t take long for Emily to grow restless, but thankfully Jack is there to calm her down and make her feel safe. In one of several meta moments from tonight’s finale, Jack passionately kisses Emily because he doesn’t want this whole mess to end without doing that. After four years of build-up, Hamptons’ most annoying will-they-or-won’t-they couple finally sleeps together.

When Emily wakes up, she finds a note from Jack saying he went out to get food. With him gone, there’s no one there to stop her from tracking down another lead: how Victoria faked her dental records. Emily heads to a dentists’ office and finds Mary Gaines’ original records. Unfortunately, this victory is short-lived because Nolan, who has been monitoring Margaux’s accounts, informs her that Margaux recently transferred money to a notorious assassin’s (White Gold) account. Naturally, the assassin’s first stop is Mary Gaines’ home, where she finds and near fatally stabs Jack, who puts up a helluva fight before falling.

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Thankfully, the cops arrive in time and Jack is rushed to the hospital and saved. If there’s one thing we’ve learned from this series, it’s that the one the way to incur Emily’s full wrath is to hurt someone close to her. After paying Jack a visit at the hospital, Emily promises to put Victoria in the ground, and Nolan doesn’t even try to stop her because he, too, plans on unleashing his vengeance on White Gold. To make things easier, they gain an unlikely ally: Louise. Victoria made a fatal error in revealing she was still alive to Louise—it made “Poppet” realize just how much Victoria had been manipulating her the entire time. (Why Victoria would risk her perfectly crafted plan to ease Louise’s pain makes very little sense.)

And here’s the showdown we’ve been waiting for: Emily vs. Victoria. Decked out in her classic black hoodie, Emily enters the room with gun at the ready. Victoria’s confident she’ll win for two reasons. First, she expected Emily to pull something like this, so she installed cameras all around the room to capture Emily murdering her. Second, Emily has never had the strength to kill in the past, and she doesn’t believe she will now. Thank god for Emily’s soul: David appears and shoots Victoria to save his daughter one last time. It’s the one move Victoria never saw coming because she’s never had someone who would take the fall for her like this. It brings the story full circle because not only is David saving his daughter from the dark side, but he’s also taking the fall for a crime he actually did commit.

For the benefit of whoever is on the other side of the cameras, David lowers his gun to the ground and raises his hand—which, in hindsight, was stupid because Victoria’s last act of life is to shoot Emily. One commercial break later we learn that she survived (possibly via a heart transplant from Victoria—authorized by Charlotte, who briefly returned!—if Emily’s flashback/nightmare is to be believed).

Revenge ends with Jack and Emily’s wedding. The finale is determined to make Emily/Jack happen, and it does, with some awkwardness. Since the show began, Jack’s been trying to sail away from the Hamptons. Tonight, he finally gets his wish as he and Emily set sail for parts unknown, with their new puppy in tow, and leave the Hamptons behind. However, before we get here, the show takes time bringing closure to some of Emily’s most important relationships.

We first begin with her father, who did go to prison for Victoria’s murder. However, the judge granted him compassionate release because of his lymphoma; the court allowed him to return home to die with his daughter. As he sits on the porch of the beach house and looks out onto the snow, he reminds Emily how much he loves—infinity times infinity. It’s a fitting a conclusion to their relationship, which was one of the troublesome parts of this season. Their reunion never quite seemed to click, usually because the show was too distracted with other less interesting characters—Margaux and Louise—and plots. With his death, Emily believes she has narrowly avoided fulfilling Confucius’ warning. “The second of the two graves was meant for me. I was only saved by my father’s infinite love,” she says via voice-over.

Next is Nolan, by far Emily’s most important relationship on the show. One of the joys of watching Revenge has been tracking Nolan’s growth over the course of the series. In the pilot, Nolan was little more than a rich boy genius who was bored and looking for something cool to do. As he’s said throughout this season, Emily’s quest gave him purpose and now he’s left worrying if there’s a life for him once she’s gone. Yes, there is: Emily’s parting gift for him is someone who needs his help clearing their mother’s name. “Two Graves” more than proved he’s ready for this challenge as we saw him, with a guilt-ridden Louise’s help, take down White Gold.

“Two Graves” is probably more successful of a finale than it has any right to be after an uneven season that never quite clicked together and after Revenge took so long getting here. Drawing out the battle between Emily Clarke and Victoria Grayson over four seasons didn’t do the show any favors because by the time we reached the finale, it didn’t have too much of an impact. But, Revenge didn’t care what was standing in its way and was clearly determined to deliver to the most satisfying finale ever, even if it meant awkwardly forcing some things in (like Emily and Jack’s relationship). If there’s one thing the finale failed to do, it was to show who Amanda Clarke is apart from the girl who finally gets the guy. But, then again, was there any way that Amanda Clarke could be more interesting than Emily Thorne?

Especially with its callbacks to past episodes, “Two Graves” definitely reminded us of what made Revenge so lovable way back in the first season. It’ll definitely be missed. What did you guys think of the finale? Are you happy Emily didn’t end up in one of those graves? Would you watch a Nolan-centric spin-off?

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'Revenge' boss breaks down series finale: 'I think it felt really right'

Warning: This story contains spoilers from the series finale of Revenge. Read at your own risk!

Emily Thorne’s quest for Revenge came to an end in the aptly titled “Two Graves.” And yes, two graves were filled—but not in the way viewers expected.

During Revenge‘s swan song, Emily (Emily VanCamp) escaped jail with an eye toward proving Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) was still alive. But once Jack (Nick Wechsler) was caught in the crossfire, Emily vowed to kill her nemesis once and for all.

However, both Margaux (Karine Vanasse) and Louise (Elena Satine) eventually turned on Victoria and helped lead Emily to her final showdown with the Grayson matriarch. Though Emily had every intention of killing Victoria, David (James Tupper) spared her soul by pulling the trigger first. Still, Victoria got a shot off, making viewers believe for a split second that Emily would fill that second grave.

Instead, it was David who eventually perished from cancer after a judge granted him leniency for killing Victoria and let him spend his final days at home with his daughter. Emily got her happy ending by marrying Jack, while Nolan (Gabriel Mann) took up the mantle of righting other people’s wrongs. But was this ending always the plan for Amanda Clarke? And what did that reveal about the identity of Victoria’s real father actually mean? EW caught up with showrunner Sunil Nayar to find out:

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Was it always the plan to give Emily a happy ending?

SUNIL NAYAR: No, certainly not. The plan was to discuss every kind of ending possible as we got to the end of this journey. At the end of the day, at the end of the show, it felt that she deserves to be with Jack. She deserves to sail off into the sunset, though not without experiencing great loss and great tragedy. But it felt that she deserved it. I think and I hope that when the audience and you guys saw it, you agreed. But I think it felt really right.

What were some of the alternate endings you considered?

We explored anything you could think of. We explored both women actually being dead, we explored only Emily dying and Victoria living. We took a look at every single majorly dramatic option from the viewpoint of how do we want to the story to end, and also from our audience’s point of view who have been such fans of the show. Really, to try to experience it from their moment-to-moment lens and thinking, if I’m taking the end of this journey, where do I want to feel I’ve gotten to by the very end? At the end of that day, it felt that Amanda needed and wanted to be alive and needed and wanted to be with Jack. So there was an end to the journey as opposed to a stop, which felt like it could’ve been too dark for what I think the audience deserved by the end of all of this.

The dream Emily was having about Charlotte giving her Victoria’s heart was just a dream, right? Is that just your way of saying Emily can never really let her go?

That’s a question that we’ll never know the actual answer to. What I was very much hoping for, and in speaking to Emily [VanCamp] and Madeleine about it was, what are the psychological ramifications of what Victoria had done to Emily? Or, if it in fact it is a physical reality of Victoria keeping Emily alive, I like that idea that is a question that is going to resonate. Because even though you’ve seen this nightmare, some nightmares are based in reality and some are not—as this show has shown many times through both Emily and Victoria’s psyche. So, for me, there is no answer to that question. I think that the debate of the question is fun, and I think people have definitive opinions of whether it’s a “yay” or “nay.” But I just like the idea that, like anything else, you don’t know and you’ll never know.

I didn’t quite understand the reveal about who Victoria’s father really is. Were you trying to say it’s Conrad? Can you explain?

When we tapped deep into the history of the show in that flashback episode, where we first met Marian Harper, you learned that Victoria had taken the fall for this thing that her mother did when she killed a man. When she came back, her mother was dating a new man who essentially molested Victoria—and her mother, being such a horrible human being, blamed her daughter for essentially enticing the man who Victoria, in that scene that you saw last night, learned to be her father. It went much farther back. But her mother was trying to say that you didn’t get your heart from your father, your father was an even more lecherous person than I was.

Can you talk about Victoria’s decision to shoot Emily? Was that just a last-ditch effort to take her down and ensure she didn’t get a happy ending?

I think to some extent, yes. Also, because the thing that’s always rattling through Victoria’s mind is the people that she still cares about and the people she still needs to protect. Knowing that David Clarke, because she still had vague consciousness when David Clarke was saying everything he was doing—but she doesn’t know how Emily feels about Charlotte, or Patrick, or the few people out there that she cares about. There’s also this undercurrent of, it’s her last act of revenge but also of protection, but it is to ensure Emily/Amanda doesn’t get her happy ending.

Are we to infer that Emily reconciled with Charlotte (Christa B. Allen)?

Absolutely, yeah. Yes, which is why you knew exactly what happened with Charlotte. They absolutely finally have the chance to be the sisters they never were.

So was Nolan’s happy ending just to be able to help other people who need revenge?

Yes, but also that he’s absolutely able to stand on his own. When we saw him say to Emily that he’s trained for four years under the best sensei and that he’s going to go take care of this Margaux situation, it’s a bold move for him because he’s going without her. And he learns, “Oh, I can do this. I’ve become my own person in the nature of this show.” One of the reasons we did the lovely arc with Tony dating him is that Nolan was with a real person, and he’s become a real person—still with his eccentricities and his brilliance, but it’s now grounded in the world where he doesn’t feel like an outsider. He could stand on his own two feet, and when that young man comes to him, and without Emily there, he says, “I can help you,” and knows that he can do it.

Was the plan for him to be in ABC’s Kingmakers, which failed to get a series order at ABC?

I don’t know that there was a plan for him to be the through-line, but definitely it had been discussed that had Kingmakers gone—and I’m very sad for Sallie Patrick that it didn’t—but there was definitely talk of him possibly showing up in the show because he is definitely still part of our universe. There definitely would’ve been an intention to have a character show up on Kingmakers.

You said there was going to be a small cliffhanger in the series finale. To which were you referring: the heart or Nolan?

It was the Nolan thing, mostly. Although ironically, the heart was a part of it too, because had the show gone on, we talked about the possibility in the most vague of ways that Nolan would help this young man and he sort of gets into the case. Emily and Jack are off living their lives, and the woman comes to her and says, “You have my son’s heart and he was wronged.” So, Emily is inspired to maybe help this woman because, “My gosh, it is the son’s heart, and maybe my nightmare isn’t true,” but also while this nightmare of Victoria still haunts her. But again, it was the most un-sketched out possibility because we all slowly got the sense the story was ending, and took a breath and let it end. But the Nolan thing was mostly the cliffhanger there.

Is Margaux behind bars? And Louise part of the inner circle?

Exactly. Margaux realized how far down the road she’d gone, and to do the honorable thing that her father never would. So, the belief has to be that Margaux is in jail or facing trial, and that Louise did come around. And that Louise understood that she didn’t see Victoria for who she was, and ultimately, did the most powerful thing she has ever done, which was go back to Emily and Nolan. We loved the idea that she was in the inner circle, because we had to build her in—because if there was another season, we basically were going to have her buy the land of Grayson Manor and build this beautiful Southern estate on it, and she would be another big player in the Hamptons.

Ultimately, did Emily need to leave the Hamptons to get her happy ending? And was Jack always the endgame?

I mean, he was always one of the major options that we discussed. It was always one that we could never really find a problem with, except that the audience expected it to some extent. It did feel right. But she did always need to get out of there, because that was always her plan, and she did need to get out of there with Jack because that was always his plan. They will be happy, but this world of the Hamptons doesn’t carry happy memories for them anymore. So this departure together for them felt earned and right.

Are there stories you wish you got to tell with these Revenge characters?

Not these characters. I wish we’d had more time as we got to the end to tell all the stories we were hoping to. I still feel, just because of time, Mason didn’t get a proper send off. We wanted to give him one, and if we’d had 30 more minutes in last night’s episode or if it was a two-hour episode, we could’ve worked it into the story where Mason also finishes up. There are just characters we wish we could’ve spent more time with in the finale. We had to cut the episode because so much great emotion came in. So there were even moments in this finale, moments with Stevie and moments with Charlotte that unfortunately we had to cut out, that I imagine will be on the DVD extras if people still even do DVD extras. But there’s a couple of other scenes that unfortunately got a short shrift because we needed to tell a lot of story in our 42 minutes.

Any in particular that you can share?

We were going to have Charlotte go off to college and get her life together while Jack moved out to California with Emily. And then we also set up with Louise and the Grayson Manor estate. Those little seeds that would spur a story on. But Mason we never managed to get to in the series finale, and Roger Bart did such an extraordinary job with that character. I would’ve loved to give the audience an idea of where his story resolved, but you never know: If Nolan gets a spin-off, we’ll stick Mason in it too.

What would’ve happened to Mason?

We don’t know, honestly. We had him in those nice scenes with Madeleine in the second-to-last episode, but the idea we would always talk about is the end of Silence of the Lambs—where you just see him put on his hat and disappear into a crowd, to go somewhere to live his life and be whatever he’s going to be.

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Revenge: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved Better)

Revenge was inspired by the novel The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, and like the book, vendetta was the focus of this TV show. All the characters had a hidden agenda and tried to achieve their objectives regardless of who they hit along the way.

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Over four seasons, viewers saw many of the characters die and come back to life, so there was always surprise in the plot to increase the intrigue and the thirst for revenge of the protagonists. Throughout the story, some characters received the ending they deserved, while others did not fit with the fate they suffered.

10 Fitting Ending: Victoria Grayson

Victoria had a terrible past and as a result, she became an icy, cruel, selfish, and manipulative woman. She was a rather charismatic antagonist who allowed the revenge of Emily/Amanda to escalate.

In the final episode, Victoria and Emily faced each other for the last time. Emily was desperate to end her revenge and Victoria seemed to have nothing to lose. David shot Victoria to prevent Emily from becoming a murderer, but as expected, the Grayson matriarch fought to the last breath, shooting Emily before she died.

9 Deserved Better: Emily Thorne/Amanda Clarke

Emily Thorne/Amanda Clarke planned revenge for her father's death, step by step, before arriving in The Hamptons. Despite all the bad things she does over four seasons, Emily managed to get viewers usually on her side and even to love the character.

In the last episode, Charlotte approved the donation of her mother's heart so that Emily could live, meaning that the protagonist of Revenge would spend her whole life with a part of Victoria inside her; an interesting twist, to conclude a vendetta that took away more than it gave her. On the other hand, marrying Jack was a wrong decision, because the character fits in a revenge conclusion, but not in a completely happy ending.

8 Fitting Ending: Nolan Ross

Throughout the series, Nolan was Emily's faithful companion. He revealed the story about the conspiracy against her father and helped her in all the plans. Unfortunately, Nolan was unlucky in love and suffered from the loneliness that was always present in his life.

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However, the computer genius had a good ending, when he found his purpose in life by helping people who needed to find justice. A character who probably had material for a spin-off.

7 Deserved Better: Aiden Mathis

None of Emily's lovers got the ending they deserved. Aiden was the protagonist's loyal protector, a friend who knew her true identity, a fighting partner, and one of Emily's best lovers.

Aiden was killed by Victoria and his death was one of the most painful for Emily. The event revived the desire for revenge because she would never be at peace until she punished Victoria for the death of her friend.

6 Fitting Ending: David Clarke

It was confusing for the viewers when David came back from the dead; especially when the whole premise was based on the revenge of his daughter for his death. So, his real death seemed right.

The character was not interested in looking for his daughter, making her believe that he was dead. Emily tried to clear her father's name, so, for her, it was a hard blow that he abandoned her when she needed him the most. His redemption came at the end when he saved her from Victoria.

5 Deserved Better: Jack Porter

Jack was Emily/Amanda's childhood love, but when she returned to begin her revenge, he did not recognize her. From that point on, it began a web of lies that made the characters move away and closer; so, the relationship never quite worked out.

In spite of everything he lived during the four seasons, Jack married Emily in the last episode, closing their story with a happy ending. A conclusion not very suitable for her or for him, because revenge kept her from happiness and he, meanwhile, did not react according to what he supposedly felt, for one reason he married Emily's best friend (who pretended to be Amanda).

4 Fitting Ending: Margaux LeMarchal

After all the crimes committed by this character, prison is an excellent ending, although some fans of the series expected Margaux to die because she earned the hatred of many people.

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She changed sides many times and generated a lot of chaos in senseless revenge. Although death is the best ending for some characters, in other cases, like hers, it is preferable that they pay for their sins in life.

3 Deserved Better: Daniel Grayson

One of the relationships that the viewers liked the most was that of Emily and Daniel. The two characters had a lot of charisma and chemistry that made them the favorites of the audience. But Emily's revenge caused the relationship had no future.

Daniel's character also changed a lot because of his parents' and Emily's manipulations. He didn't handle very well all the lies and tried to get revenge, but, as he really wasn't a bad person, he died trying to protect Emily. This ending could have been different, because, in spite of everything, many viewers still believed in that relationship, even if it was a bit (quite) toxic.

2 Fitting Ending: Conrad Grayson

Conrad was one of the bad guys on the TV show, and he revealed himself from the beginning. He always had murky intentions and didn't care about dragging people down. Power and money were the main reasons that moved his life, not even his children generated such strong feelings in him.

He was one of David Clarke's main enemies and therefore of Emily/Amanda, so his death comforted the protagonist. Although it was expected that Emily would do something, in fact, it was David who came back from the dead after 20 years to take vengeance.

1 Deserved Better: Charlotte Grayson

Charlotte Grayson was a very unstable young woman in the TV series; her mother's treatment, Emily's actions, and finding out that her real father was David Clarke didn't help the girl either.

She also initiated several vendettas, but the character was not developed and quickly abandoned her objectives. She disappeared for a long time, ending her life in The Hamptons suddenly, and then showed up to donate her mother's heart to Emily. So, it feels like the character had no continuity and deserved more strength in the scripts.

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‘Revenge’ Finale: Emily VanCamp On Series’ Beating Heart

SPOILER ALERT: This story contains details of Sunday night’s Revenge series finale.

It was always promised, going back to original Revenge creator Mike Kelley, that the nighttime soap series would end with two graves. Amanda Clarke aka Emily Thorne was always bound to off the dynasty nemesis who plagued her life, Hamptons queen bee Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe), but we never knew who that second body would be lying next to Victoria.

Logically, fans always thought it was Amanda, and in this current TV age of complex protagonists meeting their end — read Nucky Thompson on Boardwalk Empire, Walter White on Breaking Bad, and supposedly Tony Soprano on The Sopranos — that didn’t seem like a far-fetched idea. But alas, Amanda survives a bullet to the heart, the last one shot by a dying Victoria.

Talking to Deadline this morning about last night’s series finale, Revenge star Emily VanCamp says, “There were several options we explored. She could have wound up in prison, but that would have been a darker way to end the show. But we had to find a happy ending for Amanda Clarke which is amazing and satisfying to fans.”

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That ending entailed Amanda sailing off into the sunset with her childhood love Jack, but with a twist: She is forever haunted by a dream that the life-saving heart transplant she received was from Victoria Grayson herself; a decision made by Amanda’s half-sister Charlotte (Christa B. Allen). VanCamp says she knew about a month before she received the last script that this was the direction Revenge showrunner Sunil Nayar was taking the show. “We both collaborated on the ending. We invested so much time in the show that we wanted to build the best version possible,” says VanCamp.

“The part about the heart was strange and we wanted to make it clear that it was a psychological idea that she couldn’t leave Victoria behind. So we incorporated this in a dream sequence — it’s Amanda/Emily’s worst nightmare, and we had to flesh out what the dream meant. Where is it coming from? Sunil made it clear that it was a psychological frame of mind, even though she received a happy ending. The idea that Victoria will follow her for the rest of her life is an interesting one. You don’t want to see Amanda get off without any kind of pain or suffering,” she says.

“She doesn’t have Victoria’s heart — that’s a strange and iffy thing. But the idea psychologically that Grayson will haunt her for the rest of her life is absolutely true. The dream is symbolic; the idea that Emily will never truly be happy. She was driven to be this person by this woman, which in turn created so much hate in this young girl. To have her gone is bittersweet in a weird way.” added VanCamp.

Stowe echoed that today in a separate interview: “There was a back and forth about the heart and what was going on — if the actual heart transplant happened, or if it was more of Emily’s psyche, so that the audience wasn’t quite sure if she wound up with Victoria’s heart.”

Before VanCamp sunk her teeth into the role of cunning sociopath Emily Thorne, she was known on TV for her girl-next-door-roles on Brothers And Sisters and Everwood. Much like Rooney Mara’s challenge to shed her Katherine Ross-like image for The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo auditions, VanCamp went the distance to prove to Revenge creator Kelley and EP Marty Bowen that she could play dark as a girl plotting revenge on her father’s upper-crust killers. VanCamp’s finesse within the action genre had graduated her to more kick-ass roles on the big screen, read her reprisal of Agent 13 in Disney/Marvel’s upcoming Captain America: Civil War. Is she ready to embrace this new found image moving forward?

“I enjoy playing the girl next door as well as action roles. In order to have any kind of longevity you have to keep re-imagining yourself in this business and challenge yourself,” says VanCamp. “I’m working until the end of summer on Captain America, but it’s also about reading this summer and seeing what is out there. After being on TV for 12 years there’s a window of opportunity to do other things and my options are opening.” VanCamp must remain mum on Agent 13’s story line in the third Captain America installment.

GABRIEL MANN, ASHLEY MADEKWE, NICK WECHSLER, EMILY VANCAMP, JOSH BOWMAN, CONNOR PAOLO, CHRISTA B. ALLEN, MADELINE STOWE, HENRY CZERNYAs much as fans loved Revenge, the consensus has been that Season 1 was just perfect. Arguably, Revenge was playing around with the time-jump bookend plotting (starting with a dead body in the Hamptons at a wedding in the pilot, jumping back in the past for several episodes before bringing us back to the scene later on in the season) before Breaking Bad executed it in Season 5. Conceived by Kelley as a nighttime soap in the spirit of ABC’s 1980s lynchpin hit Dynasty, Revenge had its fair share of zany zigs and zags: a pregnant Amanda Clarke (Margarita Levieva) falls off a balcony and lives; Victoria fakes her death twice; Emily Thorne/Amanda Clark is shot twice during the course of the series and lives.

Commenting on the series’ journey and how it impacted her as an actress, VanCamp tells Deadline, “As an actor, it’s my job to show up and to portray the material. Do we have conversations if I have questions? Absolutely. We have had a collaborative environment. But at the end of the day, I’m not writing the story. Did we miss some things? Absolutely. Did we nail some things? Absolutely. Yes, Season 1 was superbly crafted and I loved Season 2 with the whole Initiative plot line, and there were stories I liked in seasons 3 and 4. I did question David Clarke (James Tupper) coming back over and over again and figuring out what that meant for the character. But it was something new to play in Season 4 and we serviced the story.”

And despite its roller coaster ride, what has kept fans coming back again to again has been Revenge‘s 360-take on its characters.

“Yes, we were allowed to live in a heightened reality. Even though we had soap opera elements, Revenge had an emotional core,” she said. “It had a really strong beating heart. Not everything was totally insane. I always tried to find the reality in Emily/Amanda’s emotions and grounded it. Mike Kelley put together a group of actors that had the same desire to take this heightened reality and root it in reality. Yeah, it was crazy, but we always hoped that people were connecting to the characters. It was a soap, but with a bit of depth.”

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Revenge (season 4)

Season of television series

The fourth and final season of the ABC American television drama series Revenge premiered on September 28, 2014. This season saw several cast changes as both Barry Sloane and Henry Czerny's characters, Aiden Mathis and Conrad Grayson, were killed off in the Season 3 finale. This was the first season not to feature Czerny's character. James Tupper and Karine Vanasse, who played David Clarke and Margaux LeMarchal respectively, were upgraded to series regulars. The series stars Madeleine Stowe and Emily VanCamp as Victoria Grayson and Emily Thorne, respectively.

The principal cast were joined by two new series regulars: Brian Hallisay as Ben Hunter, an aspiring police detective and partner of Jack Porter, and Elena Satine as Louise Ellis, a wealthy heiress and patient at the local psychiatric hospital.

The season focuses on the revelation that David Clarke is alive and the continued feud between Emily and Victoria, who is now aware of Emily's true identity and is seeking her own revenge.

On April 29, 2015, ABC canceled Revenge after four seasons.[1]

Plot[edit]

Season four of Revenge opens six months after the events of the season three finale. Emily is living in Grayson Manor, Victoria is committed to a mental hospital desperately trying to escape, and David Clarke is alive. For the past three years, Emily has worked to take down all of the people who played a part in framing her father. She has finally taken down the Graysons only to discover that her father is alive. The problem is that Victoria gets to him first and takes her own revenge by feeding him lies about Emily and leaving him in the dark that she is actually his daughter. Emily's revenge is not over. She soon discovers that the man who kept her father kidnapped for most of her life is also still alive.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Broadcast[edit]

The season aired simultaneously on Global in Canada.[2] In the United Kingdom, it premiered on E4 on January 5, 2015.[3] Season 4 premiered in Ireland on RTÉ2 on January 6, 2015 with a double bill before settling into its slot of 9:55 pm two weeks later,[4] and completed its run on May 19, 2015 from 10:05 pm with a double bill.[5]

Production[edit]

The fourth season began filming on July 11, 2014.[6][7] Filming on the series finale ended on April 11, 2015.[8]

Episodes[edit]

See also: List of Revenge episodes

Ratings[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
TitleAir dateRating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR Viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
671"Renaissance"September 28, 2014 (2014-09-28)1.3/4[9]5.14[9]0.92.912.28.05[9]
682"Disclosure"October 5, 2014 (2014-10-05)1.3/4[10]5.27[10]0.8N/A2.1[33]N/A
693"Ashes"October 12, 2014 (2014-10-12)1.2/3[11]4.66[11]0.9N/A2.1[34]N/A
704"Meteor"October 19, 2014 (2014-10-19)1.3/4[12]5.00[12]0.8N/A2.1[35]N/A
715"Repercussions"October 26, 2014 (2014-10-26)1.1/3[13]4.32[13]1.02.762.17.08[36]
726"Damage"November 2, 2014 (2014-11-02)1.2/4[14]4.67[14]1.02.882.27.54[37]
737"Ambush"November 9, 2014 (2014-11-09)1.3/4[15]5.26[15]1.02.752.38.01[38]
748"Contact"November 16, 2014 (2014-11-16)1.5/4[16]5.23[16]1.02.722.57.95[39]
759"Intel"November 30, 2014 (2014-11-30)1.0/3[17]4.08[17]1.03.062.07.14[40]
7610"Atonement"December 7, 2014 (2014-12-07)1.2/3[18]4.60[18]0.92.732.17.32[41]
7711"Epitaph"January 4, 2015 (2015-01-04)0.9/3[19]3.97[19]0.92.541.86.50[42]
7812"Madness"January 11, 2015 (2015-01-11)0.8/2[20]3.67[20]1.02.761.86.43[43]
7913"Abduction"January 18, 2015 (2015-01-18)0.9/3[21]4.09[21]0.92.541.86.62[44]
8014"Kindred"January 25, 2015 (2015-01-25)0.9/3[22]3.76[22]0.92.571.86.32[45]
8115"Bait"March 8, 2015 (2015-03-08)1.1/3[23]4.89[23]0.92.462.07.35[46]
8216"Retaliation"March 15, 2015 (2015-03-15)1.1/3[24]4.78[24]0.72.371.87.15[47]
8317"Loss"March 22, 2015 (2015-03-22)1.1/3[25]4.42[25]0.82.451.96.87[48]
8418"Clarity"March 29, 2015 (2015-03-29)1.0/3[26]4.22[26]N/AN/AN/AN/A
8519"Exposure"April 12, 2015 (2015-04-12)0.9/3[28]3.84[28]N/AN/AN/AN/A
8620"Burn"April 19, 2015 (2015-04-19)1.0/3[29]3.90[29]0.82.321.86.23
8721"Aftermath"April 26, 2015 (2015-04-26)1.0/3[30]4.45[30]0.82.191.86.65[49]
8822"Plea"May 3, 2015 (2015-05-03)1.2/4[31]4.82[31]0.7N/A1.9N/A
8923"Two Graves"May 10, 2015 (2015-05-10)1.3/4[32]4.80[32]N/AN/AN/A7.243 [1]

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Revenge is an American psychological thriller television series that premiered on ABC on September 21, 2011. The series was created by Mike Kelley and is inspired by the Alexandre Dumas novel The Count of Monte Cristo.[1] The series stars Madeleine Stowe and Emily VanCamp.

On April 29, 2015, ABC announced the cancellation of the series after four seasons.[2][3] The final episode aired on May 10, 2015. During the course of the series, 89 episodes of Revenge aired.

Series overview[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2011–12)[edit]

Main article: Revenge (season 1)

Season 2 (2012–13)[edit]

Main article: Revenge (season 2)

Season 3 (2013–14)[edit]

Main article: Revenge (season 3)

Season 4 (2014–15)[edit]

Main article: Revenge (season 4)

Specials[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Revenge : U.S. viewers per episode (millions)
SeasonEpisode number
1234567891011121314151617181920212223
110.028.547.687.907.948.728.587.987.307.358.067.587.677.707.697.537.777.037.147.016.907.85N/A
29.748.368.288.718.187.947.736.927.657.126.175.755.205.996.976.576.315.496.056.286.126.12N/A
38.116.846.006.165.716.335.495.816.046.226.695.715.376.606.245.665.255.165.265.194.984.87N/A
45.145.274.665.004.324.675.265.234.084.603.973.674.093.764.894.784.424.223.843.904.454.824.80
Audience measurement performed by Nielsen Media Research[95]

Home media release[edit]

References[edit]

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